Jobsworth Session Pale Ale
A single-hop session beer to showcase different hop varieties.
Half of all employers wouldn’t hire someone with a criminal record, causing unemployment, low self-esteem and financial dependence as secondary punishments after prison. Finding work makes a person up to 70% less likely to reoffend; that’s what a JOB’S WORTH.
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Ingredients: water, barley, hops, yeast
Tap Social Movement are makers of criminally good beer that’s breaking down barriers for ex-offenders.
People who’ve been in contact with the law face a difficult transition back into life outside prison. Add to that an exclusionary labour market – it’s hard finding long-term secure employment when you have a criminal record – and you can see why so many ex-offenders get locked in a cycle of reoffending.
Tap Social Movement’s beer helps people escape that cycle. They train ex-offenders and prisoners on day-release to craft their brews, develop new skills, learn about running a small business and get real work experience. Trainees also get one-on-one support in securing permanent employment, including help with CVs, interviews and career planning.
Several people who joined Tap Social Movement from prison are still part of the team, while many others have gone on to sustainable employment elsewhere. So by cracking open one of their beers, you’re setting some real long-term ripples of positive change in motion. Worth raising a glass over, right?
These beers do good and taste great. The core Tap Social Movement range has bold pale ales, lagers, stouts and sour beer, with names that play on their social mission. You might like to sip on a Time Better Spent IPA, False Economy Lager or Inside Out Stout.
Even the cool and colourful labels are impactful. They feature artwork from prison artists and facts about the broken penal system and how we can all help fix it.
If you’re in Oxfordshire, we recommend popping in for a pint at one of their three venues too. The beer, community spirit and inspiring conversation about the criminal justice system are always plentiful.