The House that Beer Built

St. Vrain Valley Habitat for Humanity

Celebrating their collaborative industry and shared community commitment, 11 Longmont craft breweries and associated businesses are teaming up to build a Habitat home in Longmont for and with the Robles family. Alejandra is mother to a full-time college student and a three year old who requires in-home therapy. Becoming a Habitat homeowner will provide stability and the ability to plan for her family’s future.

The breweries broke ground on the 2nd House that Beer Built this summer and a kick-off party to celebrate the construction of the program’s second home will take place on August 16 from 6 – 9 p.m. at Parry’s Longmont location (1232 South Hover Road, Longmont, CO 80501). Silent auction items, t-shirt sales and select beer sales from the event will be donated to help St. Vrain Habitat build a home for a family in need. This is your opportunity to drink beer for a good cause!

The following beers will be available for the event:

  • OB Dales Pale
  • Bootstrap Chillax
  • Grossen Bart Anker Beard Amber
  • 300 Suns Watermelon Gose
  • Wibby Built Tough
  • Left Hand Juicy Goodness
  • Brewmented Catharina Cranberry-Raspberry Kettle Sour

A portion of the sales of these beers will go towards the House that Beer Built cause.

“Parry’s is a Colorado-based family business that is passionately dedicated to improving the communities we serve,” said Jon Hook, CEO of Parry’s Pizzeria & Bar. “We give back to these communities with a variety of events throughout the year and the House That Beer Built is one of our favorite causes to support. As a restaurant with a focus on  craft beer, we couldn’t be more thrilled to join the outstanding roster of breweries and businesses supporting this effort to build a home for a family in need in our Longmont community.”

“Breweries in the first House that Beer Built collectively raised over $50,000 and contributed more than 500 volunteer hours making the project a success,” stated David Emerson, Executive Director for St. Vrain Habitat.  “The craft brewing industry is a tremendous supporter of our community and we are excited to be working with them again on the House That Beer Built.”

Participating breweries and businesses for the House That Beer Built include 300 Suns Brewing, Bootstrap Brewing Company, Brewhop Trolley, Brewmented, Left Hand Brewing,  Longs Peak Pub & Taphouse, Oskar Blues Brewery, Parry’s Pizzeria & Bar, Shoes & Brews, Wibby Brewing and Wyatt’s Wet Goods. For more information about the Robles family or to learn more about Habitat for Humanity of the St. Vrain Valley and House that Beer Built visit here.