If you’re in the vicinity of downtown New Albany today after opening at 4:00 p.m., consider stopping by Pints&union and enjoying a pint of Akasha Otterburn English Brown.
We have ten fine drafts, but here’s why I’m recommending just one of them.
At Pints&union there’s a new Thursday innovation for Pint Night, in which pub staff selects a charity/nonprofit to feature on a monthly basis, and we donate a dollar to it from every regularly priced draft beer sold on Thursday.
Concurrently these programs and projects also have a weekly platform to educate and inform the good folks who frequent the pub.
During the month of June we’re partnering with The Food Literacy Project, which provides farm-based experiential education and entrepreneurial youth development programs aimed at bringing the field-to-fork experience to life for Louisville area youth. Last Tuesday we sold around 100 pints, which means that roughly $100 is headed to The Food Literacy Project.
Tonight (Thursday, June 13) I’m personally sweetening the deal: Drink a pint of Akasha’s lovely Otterburn English Brown Ale and I’ll match the pub’s donation, dollar to dollar. If we sell 20 pints of Otterburn, then The Food Literacy Project gets $40. It’s a great beer for an equally great cause.
Here’s the whole draft lineup.