Water, Barley, Hops, Yeast
Allergens in bold.
Brewed in Scotland
Crack open a Brewgooder craft beer and you’ll be playing your part in their “drink beer, give water” mission.
100% of the profits from the Brewgooder range go into clean water projects in places where access to safe drinking water isn’t a given. Among the ways they create accessible water sources are installing boreholes, fitting solar-powered water tanks and improving sanitation systems.
Those benefiting have included the likes of mother and baby clinics and vegetable gardens that feed school kids, helping to change individual lives. But these projects can have radical, transformative effects, empowering whole communities. Because clean water equals healthy people and more economic and social opportunities. They aim to empower a million people by 2025.
As if that wasn’t enough, Brewgooder have also been involved in schemes that show support to people working in the NHS, hospitality and performing arts during the Covid-19 pandemic.