Crack A Local Beer in Spring and Each Pack or Pint Equals a Meal To Someone in Need!

Drinking craft beer at uni is an age-old past time between Australian university students, but for A Local Beer they wanted to do something different. Co-founder Nick and 4 other uni mates started speaking to fellow craft lovers, independent breweries and bar staff, they wanted to hear how their local brews could give back to their local communities. A Local Beer was born, as a vehicle for change in the industry with every pack or pint of beer sold equals a meal to someone in need through their charity partner Secondbite

(Photography: A Local Beer)

“There was a few of us that were really into homebrewing while we're at uni. We worked at a few craft beer festivals over time; you get speaking to the punters, event managers, the breweries and I was struggling to find products particularly beer that gave back to the community” Nick explains. 

“We wanted to do something different and really wanted to be able to give back as beer is such a vehicle for conversation, to share with family and friends it’s a great product to get a message across,”