Breck Gives Back

We believe in giving back to the community and put our money (and time, and effort) where our mouths are.

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Born in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, we know it’s more important than ever to take care of open spaces. That is why we donated 1% of all proceeds from all beer sold summer 2021 to our partners at the National Parks Conservation Association. So grab a beer, raise a glass, and cheers to your purchase helping protect our parks!

Canine Companions

Through our Tours Donation Program, we donated $1 of every tour July – December 2021 to the Colorado Chapter of Canine Companions for Independence, the largest nonprofit provider of service dogs in the world.


Donations since 2021 = $3,841.00

Habitat for Humanity

For Women’s Equality Day our Women in Beer Chapter brewed a beer, called Eliza-Rita, with $1 of every pour donated to Habitat for Humanity Women Build 2021, a project dedicated to providing affordable housing in the Metro Denver Area.  Learn more about this project HERE.

Donations since 2020 = $5,000

Metro State University

The Breck Brew Women in Beer Chapter believes in providing access to educational opportunities for women in the field.  Since 2018, our chapter has brewed a beer every year for International Women’s Day with $1 of every pour funding a scholarship for women in the Beer Industry Program at Metro State University.  We are proud to continue this partnership this year.

Donations since 2019 = $20,000

Anticipated in 2022 = $5,000

Food Bank of the Rockies

To date Breck Brew has donated over 139,000 meals (and counting) to the Food Bank of the Rockies.  For the 2021 holiday season, for every pint of Christmas Ale sold at our Farm House Restaurant, we donated a meal to the Food Bank of the Rockies.

Donations since 2018 = $35,108.77

Totaling 140,435+ meals.

River Network

Every year for Earth Day Breck Brew partners with River Network to bring the community together for a trail cleanup and planting along the South Platte River.  Over the years we’ve had hundreds of volunteers help collect thousands of pounds of litter and plant hundreds of trees and plants along the trail.

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