Odell’s New Brew Benefits Denver’s Young African American Community
Odell is working hard to achieve social and economic equality in Colorado.
The brewery decided to team up with the Urban League Young Professionals Metro Denver for a beer that's both delicious and socially active.
If you've never heard of the Urban League Young Professionals Metro Denver (DULYP), this is an organization that works hard in the Denver community to fight for equity and social justice for African American community members.
The March On Golden Ale features a custom crowler that the Urban League helped to design, and features illustrations that celebrate the history of the DULYP as well as the iconic Five Points neighborhood. Proceeds from the beer will also go to the DULYP in an effort to helping them continue their fight for social justice in Denver.
In a press release, Brandon Bruce, DULYP President, said "The partnership with Odell Brewing has been an authentic dive into creating spaces and opportunities for African Americans that didn't previously exist here in Denver."
You can grab this beer at Odell's RiNo Brewhouse in Denver on Thursday, September 3.
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