Entering the month of November, we also enter into the season of gratitude. As we surround ourselves with family and friends during this season filled with food, celebration, and joy, Table Beer is the perfect accompaniment. Meant to be enjoyed amongst family and friends around the dinner table, Table Beer is the perfect November release.
While we begin to enjoy this season of festivity, it is essential to recognize that not all individuals have this same luxury. Many people work tirelessly behind the scenes to serve us, as many spend this season struggling instead of celebrating. Entering this time of the year, we want to support and empower those within our industry and community.
This year, all profits from Table Beer will be benefitting the Giving Kitchen, a nonprofit that provides emergency assistance to food service workers through financial support and a network of community resources. Additionally, in a continued effort to support local artists, we commissioned Atlanta illustrator Bryn Rouse to design this can label.
“Table Beer was originally designed back in 2016—in collaboration with local chefs—as a beer to be paired with food. Add to these origins our longtime partnership with Giving Kitchen, and it just made sense to integrate this beer into our other community programming. We are excited to enhance the already rich story of Table Beer, as well as to shine a spotlight on the great work of Giving Kitchen.” Matt Stevens, Sr. Director of Strategic Impact, said.
Drinking Table Beer this season, we are not simply enjoying a beer, but rather, we are giving back to the industry and community which consistently serves us.
For more information on Giving Kitchen, visit thegivingkitchen.org.
To learn more about Table Beer, visit creaturecomfortsbeer.com.