The Charity Pints Program is a way for breweries to get involved with our mission to solve the global water crisis. The breweries below give 1% from each of their pints you buy at Overflow Taps.
*If you’re a brewery interested in joining our mission, please reach out via our contact page. Cheers to clean water!
When we think of Aslan Brewing, we can’t help but think about community. They’re entrenched in it. Jack and the rest of the crew have been so helpful as we’ve grown. They didn’t hesitate when we asked them to be a part of our charity pints program. To sum up the team at Aslan… big dreams and big hearts.
When we met the kind folks at Atwood Ales, we simply couldn’t help but get wrapped up in their mission. They’ve become such good friends and huge supporters of our clean water cause.
We’ll always have a soft spot in our hearts for the folks at Wander Brewing. Chad and Colleen were extremely helpful while we were building our plan to launch Overflow Taps. So it’s fitting that they’re one of the first breweries to team up with us on this mission. And let’s not forget that they have pretty awesome beer as well!
North Fork Brewery
If you’ve ever visited Mount Baker via the 542, you’ve likely seen this brewery. It’s one of the smallest breweries on the West Coast and truly one of a kind. It’s also where our Snack Pack Brown Ale was brewed!
After throwing a cider event at one of our locations, Portland Cider Company reached out to join the mission. We love their cider and hope you do too!
Boundary Bay Brewery
When you visit Boundary Bay, you’re going to get great customer service, a feeling of community, and solid beer. When we first developed the Charity Pints Program, we knew we wanted Boundary to be part of it. Turns out, all we had to do was ask! Much like many community requests at Boundary, they were happy to support our mission to solve the global water crisis.
Urban Family Brewing
We were pretty impressed our first time walking into this brewery. Some customers were firing up their mini-drones for a local drone racing circuit, which we found very entertaining. Not to mention that we sampled some of the best beer we’ve ever tasted. Throw in an Urban Family Tap Takeover shortly thereafter, and we’ve been friends ever since.
Many times it’s the sales rep for a brewery that we work with on a weekly basis that makes for a great experience. While she’s moved on to another brewery, Libby Borchert made our craft beer experience with Ecliptic Brewing pretty amazing. After a few tap takeovers followed by getting to meet the legendary John Harris, it was only a matter of time before we reached out for a charitable partnership. And we’re really glad we did!
We had an opportunity to spend some time with Grace and Adam from Reuben’s Brews and found that their hearts aligned with ours. They often brew beer for social good causes and Grace was a Peace Corps volunteer in Namibia where water is a critical issue. They’ve also supported charity: water in the past, which is awesome. It’s truly an honor to be solving the global water crisis with all the amazing folks at Reuben’s.
Craft means a lot of things to our friends at Swift. Fresh pressed locally grown apples, whole fruit infusions, fearless experimentation, small and independently owned, community-supported, and locally grown and distributed. After getting to know them over the last handful of months, we felt they would be a great addition to the program. We’re happy they said yes!