Little Ditties

Bahamas Strong in South FL

“Breweries across South Florida have pooled their resources to help communities in the Bahamas that were decimated by Hurricane Dorian.

Dorian made landfall in the northern Bahamas September 1 as a Category 5 hurricane with sustained winds of 185 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center, and was stationary over the area for nearly two days. At least 20 deaths have been attributed to Dorian in Abaco and Grand Bahama alone, according to the Nassau Guardian.

Breweries from Miami-Dade to Palm Beach have organized their efforts to donate supplies and raise money for those affected.”

-MiamiNewTimes

Bahama Yellow, a Hefeweizen released by Miami's Beat Culture Brewery to raise money for Hurricane Dorian relief efforts.

A few of the South Florida brewing co’s that will be gathering supplies, hosting events and raising funds to help the people of the Bahamas:

Beat Culture Brewery

7250 NW 11 St., Miami
786-431-5413
beatculture.com

These guys have just released Bahama Yellow, a Hefeweizen. Purchase the Bahamas-themed beer and the proceeds will go to Dorian relief. (pretty cool)

Beat Culture has also joined forces with Abarth Club Florida and Corsa Club America to hold a hurricane-relief drive at the brewery Monday, September 9, from 7 to 10 p.m. Find details on Beat Culture’s Facebook page.

Due South Brewing Co.

2900 High Ridge Rd., #3, Boynton Beach
561-463-2337
duesouthbrewing.com

Due South is partnering with the Bahamas Relief Effort, a group run by military veterans, to send supplies to the islands. You can find a list of needed supplies on Due South Brewing’s Facebook page and drop them off at the brewery.

….annnnd a personal favorite….

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Mathews Brewing Company

130 S. H St., Lake Worth
561-812-3738
mathewsbrewingcompany.com

Mathews brewery is hosting a music festival this Saturday, September 7, from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. to benefit Dorian relief efforts. The benefit will offer food trucks, raffles, and live music by bands such as Spred the Dub (raved about in this local share), Hell and Holler, and others.

One dollar from every beer sold will be donated to relief. The brewery is also accepting donations of supplies such as water, canned goods, and dog food.

See you there!

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