We are going to use this page to centralize all the ways you can help those affected by the recent storms and floods that happened in Central Texas such as Wimberley.
Also, a few our friends from Staten Island, New York reached out to us as well. Their houses were destroyed by Hurricane Sandy in 2012. They want to “pay it forward” from all the help and support they received a few years ago. For this please email us some specific families that you know need help.
Please email us ABV@CraftBeerAustin.com if you know of more charities or efforts directed at helping our neighbors. We will keep updating this page.
100% OF SALES at #Hopdoddy in #Austin all day on THURS, 6/4 will be donated to @barnabas1664 for TX Flood Relief.
Real Ale – Blanco County Flood Relief Fund
If you would like to help out flood victims, Middleton’s is lending a hand. Wimberely high school is asking for people to donate box fans to help dry out flooded homes. Come by the pub during normal business hours and drop off a box fan or two to help the cause. Every little bit counts.
Middleton’s will also be involved in a charity event in the next week or two so if you want to contribute more, keep checking our website or social media for details coming soon.
Whichcraft Beer Store 2110 S Lamar Suite F Austin, Texas
“We’re now accepting donations for the Hays County Food Bank to help victims of the massive flood damage that has taken place for our neighbors to the south. They’re seeking pop-top cans and single-serving snacks, and nothing that requires refrigeration. A full list of what they’re seeking is here: http://goo.gl/PR7aMM. Get 5% off your WhichCraft purchase when you donate items!”
Wimberley Strong TeeSpring Campaign
All proceeds from the purchase of T-shirt(s) will go to Flood Victims and families to rebuild. The charity is My Neighbor’s Keeper, so that it is a local charity and the money will stay local.
Tuesday June 2 at The Brass Tap in Round Rock
$4 from every sponsored beer is going to the #AllIN1Day Central Texas Red Cross
To help those affected by the deadly storms over this past week The Brass Tap Round Rock will be holding a fundraiser. They will be selling certain brews throughout the day where 80% of proceeds will be donated to the Red Cross of Central Texas. #allin1day
Breweries & Beer Supporting The Event:
Circle Hop Overboard & Alibi – Alaskan Imperial Rye – Founders Imperial Stout – Saint Arnold Icon Blue Rye IPA
Boulevard 80 Acre – Adelbert’s Black Rhino – Oskar Blues Old Chub – Southern Star Bombshell Blonde
Meridian Hive Aurora – Independence Power & Light (or maybe Austin Amber)
They will have some stuff from Real Ale & Middleton available too!
If you can’t make it out please visit: https://givingday.redcross.org/ to donate.
Check out this event on Facebook.