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Apr 2/24

Indeed We Can

Indeed We Can is supporting the Park People and Feline Rescue in April

Give back and get more involved with the new-and-improved Indeed We Can.

Our employee-driven charitable giving program now supports one organization throughout the entire month — every month. On Wednesdays in Minneapolis and Tuesdays in Milwaukee, you’ll have the option to round up your bill and on one Wednesday and one Tuesday of the month (usually the last one), we’re donating 100% of taproom proceeds -- this includes all pints of beer, THC, to-go beer, snacks, n/a drinks, and Indeed merchandise.

Jun 5/20

Indeed We Can Supply Drive

We are collecting items for people in Northeast and Northside.

Indeed is facilitating a supply drive for the weekend of June 5-7 to help collect items for people and organizations in the Northeast and Northside communities. We will be updating with items that are current needed.

May 19/20

Drink Beer, Do Good

Indeed We Can is back on Wednesdays

We are in the business of beer, but make no mistake: Community engagement is at the core of what we do at Indeed Brewing Company. When we closed our Minneapolis and Milwaukee taprooms on March 16, the craft-beer drinking community showed up for us when we were uncertain about the future of our business. Now that we’ve found some stability in this current situation, it’s time for us to show up for people in need.

On Wednesday, May 20, we are reinstating Indeed We Can. Through August, 100% of the net proceeds on Wednesdays will go to a Covid-19 General Relief Fund, which will be distributed to organizations in the Twin Cities and Milwaukee areas that are supporting people who are disproportionately affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

Jan 29/20

Indeed We Can: Doing Good Together

“When good people get together and do good things, then good things happen.”

Bridging founder Fran Heitzman’s words are simple but speak volumes; they ring especially true for us at Indeed, where a core value of ours is Do Good. Tonight in Minneapolis, we’ll be drinking for a good cause while also honoring Fran’s legacy, who passed away on January 11.

At 94, Fran left an indelible mark on the people he served. “The contagious inspiration and passion Fran shared as an advocate for those in need ensured all families were served with dignity and was vital in achieving Bridging’s most recent milestone of serving 95,000 households since its inception/the beginning. His tremendous work ethic, commitment to quality service and unwavering pledge to ensure that ‘everyone has a bed to sleep in’ truly made him one-of-a-kind.” Read more about Fran’s legacy on Bridging’s website.

“Providing household goods for those coming out of homelessness resonates with my morals and values. Bridging allows people a second chance at having a sustainable life after hardship. Especially through winter months, every family deserves comforts that can bring them more opportunity to live a satisfying life,” says bartender Jessica Zottolla, who nominated Bridging.

Funds raised on Wednesday night in the Minneapolis taproom will support the general operating budget at Bridging. The 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization serves primarily the Twin Cities metro area, providing donated furniture and household goods to people transitioning out of homelessness and poverty. Bridging gives hope—and for many—a leap toward stability for the first time. Since 1987, Bridging has served more than 95,000 households, and reduces landfill space by 10 million pounds each year.

Right now, Bridging is in need of towels, which we will be collecting tonight and for the next couple weeks and deliver.

In the Milwaukee taproom, lead bartender Madi Altman has nominated The Women's Center. “I felt the need to make whomever I recommend as meaningful as possible. Being a survivor myself, I chose them because of all of the work and care that goes into them helping every person who walks through their door. It is something we need more of in this world. Anything I can do to help them for helping hundreds of women, I’ll do.”

Founded in 1977, The Women's Center serves women, children, and men impacted by domestic abuse, sexual violence, child abuse, and trafficking. It is Waukesha County’s only agency of its kind, providing a range of life-saving and life-changing programs and services that heal and empower adults and children on their paths to build a future free from violence.

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Jan 15/19

Let's Do This, 2019

A look back at 2018 and forward at 2019

2018 was a stellar year for us at Indeed Brewing! We premiered new brands like Flavorwave IPA and Mexican Honey Light, raised a significant amount of funds for local nonprofits through Indeed We Can, won some pretty sweet awards, invested in new technology, and toasted so many new friends. Keep reading to discover just what we accomplished this past year and what adventures you can expect from us in 2019!