Rhinegeist is bringing some extra humanity into its newest brew and charitable efforts.
Beer for Humans, described as an “easy hop ale,” will be available on tap starting Feb. 26. Rhinegeist says this new craft beer is easy to fall in love with, with its “satisfyingly crisp, crackery malt bill” and just the right amount of bright, citrusy hops.
"We love an uber-complex, nouveau-craft beer as much as the next brewery, but there are also plenty of occasions when we just want something easy, something beautiful in its simplicity, something any beer drinker will enjoy,” Rhinegeist COO Adam Bankovich said in a press release.
Bankovich says Beer for Humans is craft beer made easy and was created to have something for everyone. And not only is Rhinegeist’s new beer for everyone, they hope its name can create change for everyone. Beer for Humans will also be the new name of their charitable community engagement and fundraising efforts, replacing Charitable Suds.
The brewery says integrating its charitable values with a widely distributed beer will allow them to expand the impact of people who are doing great things to help their communities and share their stories.
“Beer for Humans is the next step in our ladder of community support. We’re doing what we do best (brewing beer) to spotlight the incredible work happening in the communities that we serve,” Beth Boswell, Rhinegeist’s community engagement manager, said in the release. “This Easy Hop Ale provides a platform for some great humans, and allows us to best use our resources to give back and continue to create partnerships with purpose.”
Rhinegeist will be holding a launch event for the brew on Sunday, Feb. 26 in their taproom from noon to 6 p.m. People can try out Beer for Humans, as well as learn more about the program behind it. The event will also have a pop-up roller rink and food from Findlay Kitchen and the newly installed Local Cantina.
In addition to being on draft, Beer for Humans will also be available on store shelves in six- and 15-packs.
Rhinegeist Brewery, 1910 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine. More information: www.rhinegeist.com.
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