Hops for Second Harvest

Brew Some Good

As the Nashville craft beer scene continues to thrive, we all have a reason to get out and enjoy a cold one with friends. Why not help your hungry neighbors at the same time? Show your community that your brand cares. Partnering with Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee makes it easy to brew some good.

Featured Partners:

East Nashville Beer Works

East Nashville Beer Works will donate 15% of sales on Wednesday, May 25 to Second Harvest.

Enjoy a brew and help fight hunger for your neighbors in need at
320 E. Trinity Lane, Nashville, TN 37207

Jackalope Brewing Co.

Jackalope Brewing Co. is partnering with us for the entire month of May! They will donate 20% of proceeds from sales of one of their most popular draft beers, Lovebird!

Enjoy a brew and help fight hunger for your neighbors in need at
429B Houston St., Nashville, TN 37203

Fat Bottom Brewing Co

Fat Bottom Brewing Co.

Fat Bottom Brewing Company will donate $1 for every pint of their seasonal Wallflower Spring Saison sold during the week of May 22nd.

Enjoy a brew and help fight hunger for your neighbors in need at
800 44th Ave N., Nashville, TN 37209

A Few Ways To Get Involved

Pack The Pub Night

Pack the house for a one day giveback event and donate a percentage of sales for each pint sold.

Create a Special Beer

Brew a Second Harvest beer and donate a portion of sales.

Customer Round Up

Add a line on the receipt for customers to make a donation or round up their total.

$1 Pint Night

Pick a favorite beer and donate $1 for every pint you sell.

Hops For Second Harvest Flyer

Are You In?

There are so many different ways your brewery can partner with us and join the Hops for Second Harvest movement. To learn more, please fill out the form below and we’ll get in touch.

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