Independent brewer collaborates with charity for canned beer
An independent brewer has collaborated with the charity Stonewall Housing on a new canned beer.
Money from the sales of the Polari Pale Ale by Portobello Brewing Company, from both cans and in pubs, will go towards the charity.
Stonewall have helped thousands of members of the LGBTQ+ community find safe and secure homes since being set up in 1983.
“Introducing Polari, a new collaboration Pale Ale brewed to support Stonewall Housing,” a post on the brewer’s Facebook page read.
“We worked really closely with the Stonewall Housing team on all aspects of the project, from naming to design. The artwork was created by the wonderfully talented @s.monsae.
“Stonewall Housing was founded in 1983. They provide support accommodation, housing advice, mental health advocacy and domestic abuse support to the LGBTQ+ homeless community.
“We are donating 10p from the sale of every pint of Polari to the charity and 5p from every 330ml can.”
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