Hawthorne, California-based Common Space Brewery has a partnership with DoLA, a hyperlocal event discovery platform and community, to help fight hunger in Los Angeles with beer. The mutual goal is simple; raise funds as fast as possible in order to help feed those in need. To inspire giving and highlight how a small donation can have a big impact, Common Space brewed 25=100, based on the amazing fact that $25 can provide 100 meals to feed the hungry. 25=100 is a delicious Double IPA using the freshest designer hops and
clocking in at 9.0%ABV.
The Catch: this beer will not be released until a donation goal of $1,250 is raised from the community.
Once that goal is reached:
1) Common Space Brewery and DoLA will instantly match the total and immediately deliver $2,500 to local food banks
2) local food banks will provide 10,000 meals to those in need
3) 25=100 Double IPA will be available for all to enjoy.
Common Space Brewery was founded in 2016 with the belief that we are all more similar than different and beer has the power to help us all find a Common Space. DoLA is a hyperlocal media property that helps over 250,000 culture forward Angelenos discover the best digital and IRL experiences in Los Angeles every day.
The companies are joining forces to help raise funds – and matching donations – to their local food bank by co-releasing 25=100, a Double IPA beer (9.0% ABV). Starting on October 28, 2020, the companies are calling on their communities to donate to their local food bank via Common Space’s website. In Los Angeles County, one in five people don’t know where their next meal is coming from. Common Space Brewery and DoLA are asking for everyone’s help to change that.