ZEN AND THE ART OF BEER Battle of the Guilds To donate, click on one of the Guilds below then click on the red 'Donate Now' or 'Like this Photo by Donating' buttons

Total Amount Raised $8,443
Time Remaining 3 days
Bay Area Brewers Guild Bay Area Brewers Guild $0 raised for Craft Beer Community Donate
Los Angeles Brewers Guild Los Angeles Brewers Guild $0 raised for Craft Beer Community Donate
Central Coast Brewers Guild Central Coast Brewers Guild $0 raised for Craft Beer Community Donate
Orange County Brewers Guild Orange County Brewers Guild $0 raised for Craft Beer Community Donate
Inland Empire Brewers Guild Inland Empire Brewers Guild $0 raised for Craft Beer Community Donate
San Diego Brewers Guild San Diego Brewers Guild $0 raised for Craft Beer Community Donate
Sacramento Area Brewers Guild Sacramento Area Brewers Guild $0 raised for Craft Beer Community Donate

Bay Area Brewers Guild

The Bay Area Brewers Guild raises the bar in the Zen and the Art of Beer fundraising challenge with your help for the craft beer community!

The Bay Area Brewers Guild recognizes the need to support thousands of struggling small independent breweries and family businesses throughout California, so they can be there to revive our communities once this long winter is over. 

To help spread the word and raise funds, we’re enlisting you to participate and get your friends, family, and colleagues to join in on the fun! Not only do we need your support, but we would also love to have you take the challenge and share with everyone you know.  

Throughout most of 2020 and for the foreseeable future, craft breweries and partner businesses these breweries sell their products to -- bars, restaurants, bottleshops, etc. -- have been required to cease all on-site consumption, eliminating the main source of revenue craft breweries need to survive.  

As a result, breweries have had to lay off or furlough workers, shift operations and make unanticipated add'l investments to meet new restrictions and cover much higher costs for packaging and selling its products -- all while continuing to shoulder higher operating costs of being a manufacturer without any direct economic relief, and being treated differently from winery manufacturers who were afforded looser restrictions with serving their product to consumers. The restrictions and loss of business have caused breweries to close, and more are expected not to survive.

Funds raised help local communities:

  1. Local and state organizations fighting to keep small, independent, family-owned breweries in business, helping them survive and recover
  2. Local charities and community nonprofits helping struggling food and beverage workers from all small, neighborhood businesses survive and recover
1. , specifically: 

           a - California Restaurant Association Foundation

           b- United States Bartender Guild Foundation (California only)


TOGETHER, we can make an impact. This rising tide is lifting all boats. Join us and let’s make waves together!  

raised $736.00
days left 3

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The Bay Area boasts the best Zen for its craft community fundraiser!

It's January. It's been torture getting to 2021... and Beer Week is coming.

Time to find your Zen, de-compress, de-stress, get fit -- earn that craft beer!

So, show us what "Zen and the Art of Beer" means to you:

Take a picture or video (beer optional) :

  • Strike a pose…  Drinking beer, hanging with your lap dog, or doing goat yoga allowed.
  • Get creative. Expand that beer can art with a doodle overlay of your own.
  • Stay fit. Share your beer-inspired workout. Beer (and ice buckets) optional.

Upload your awesome pic by clicking on the blue “join the challenge” button on your team’s page.

Donate generously to the Bay Area Brewers Guild to help your team raise the money.

Share on social media with your preferred hashtags: #cabeerhere, #beerzen, etc. and tag 5 friends who love beer.

Call 5 friends and ask them to use your personal link to donate (your link is created when you post your photo)!

 

Bonus: prizes will be awarded randomly for funniest, silliest, most creative, or heartwarming photos so get busy, upload and have fun!

Bay Area Brewers Guild Challenge Leaderboard

Vote for your favorite photo or video by donating!

Recent Donations for the Bay Area Brewers Guild team

  • Joanne Marino donated $10.00.
  • Joanne Marino donated $5.00.
  • Suzanne Harle donated $25.00.
  • Paul Fitzpatrick donated $25.00.
  • Paul Fitzpatrick donated $25.00.
  • Bob Waegner donated $10.00.
  • Robert Waegner donated $10.00.
  • Jeffrey McClure donated $25.00.
  • Dave Jensen donated a private amount.
  • M C donated $40.00.
  • Eric Wooley donated $25.00.
  • Joy and Tom Elson donated $50.00.
  • Anonymous donated $10.00.
  • Amy Lincoln donated $20.00.
  • Anonymous donated $25.00.
  • Anonymous donated $25.00.
  • Anonymous donated $30.00.
  • Anonymous donated $25.00.
  • Anonymous donated a private amount.
  • Jeff Moss donated $10.00.
  • Milan Freeman donated a private amount.
  • Anonymous donated a private amount.
  • Nino Solano donated $25.00.
  • Alex Cheechov donated $25.00.
  • Mitch Urteaga donated $5.00.
  • Daryl Neal donated a private amount.
  • Anonymous donated $50.00.
  • Anonymous donated a private amount.
  • Mitch Urteaga donated $10.00.

Los Angeles Brewers Guild

The Los Angeles Brewers Guild surges ahead in the Zen and the Art of Beer fundraising challenge with your help for the craft beer community!

The Los Angeles Brewers Guild recognizes the need to support thousands of struggling small independent breweries and family businesses throughout California, so they can be there to revive our communities once this long winter is over. 

To help spread the word and raise funds, we’re enlisting you to participate and get your friends, family, and colleagues to join in on the fun! Not only do we need your support, but we would also love to have you take the challenge and share with everyone you know.  

Throughout most of 2020 and for the foreseeable future, craft breweries and partner businesses these breweries sell their products to -- bars, restaurants, bottleshops, etc. -- have been required to cease all on-site consumption, eliminating the main source of revenue craft breweries need to survive.  

As a result, breweries have had to lay off or furlough workers, shift operations and make unanticipated add'l investments to meet new restrictions and cover much higher costs for packaging and selling its products -- all while continuing to shoulder higher operating costs of being a manufacturer without any direct economic relief, and being treated differently from winery manufacturers who were afforded looser restrictions with serving their product to consumers. The restrictions and loss of business have caused breweries to close, and more are expected not to survive.

Funds raised help local communities:

  1. Local and state organizations fighting to keep small, independent, family-owned breweries in business, helping them survive and recover
  2. Local charities and community nonprofits helping struggling food and beverage workers from all small, neighborhood businesses survive and recover
, specifically: 

           a - California Restaurant Association Foundation

           b- United States Bartender Guild Foundation (California only)


TOGETHER, we can make an impact. This rising tide is lifting all boats. Join us and let’s make waves together!  

raised $2,211.00
days left 3

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Los Angeles boldy leads its team in the “Zen and the Art of Beer” challenge to raise money for the craft beer community!

It's January. It's been torture getting to 2021... and Beer Week is coming.

Time to find your Zen, de-compress, de-stress, get fit -- earn that craft beer!

So, show us what "Zen and the Art of Beer" means to you:

Take a picture or video (beer optional)

  • Strike a pose…  Drinking beer, hanging with your lap dog, or doing goat yoga allowed. 
  • Get creative. Expand that beer can art with a doodle overlay of your own.
  • Stay fit. Share your beer-inspired workout. Beer (and ice buckets) optional.

Upload your awesome pic  by clicking on the blue “join the challenge” button on your team’s page.

Donate generously  to the Los Angeles Brewers Guild to help your team raise the money. 

Share on social media  with your preferred hashtags: #cabeerhere, #beerzen, etc. and tag 5 friends who love beer.

Call 5 friends  and ask them to use your personal link to donate (your link is created when you post your photo)! 

 

Bonus: prizes will be awarded randomly for funniest, silliest, most creative, or heartwarming photos so get busy, upload and have fun!  

Los Angeles Brewers Guild Challenge Leaderboard

Vote for your favorite photo or video by donating!

Recent Donations for the Los Angeles Brewers Guild team

  • Julie Verive donated $100.00.
  • Ryan Hanneke donated $25.00.
  • Selena Penland donated $25.00.
  • Anonymous donated a private amount.
  • Jay Price donated $10.00.
  • John Holzer donated $10.00.
  • John Holzer donated $50.00.
  • Greg Nagel donated $50.00.
  • Samantha Schmitz donated $25.00.
  • John Verive donated $100.00.
  • Samantha Schmitz donated $50.00.
  • Samantha Schmitz donated $50.00.
  • Anonymous donated $50.00.
  • Anonymous donated $5.00.
  • Christopher Taylor donated $25.00.
  • Anonymous donated $25.00.
  • Anonymous donated $25.00.
  • Rosie Velasquez donated $50.00.
  • Anonymous donated a private amount.
  • Lupe Saldana donated $5.00.
  • Anonymous donated a private amount.
  • Nicolas Rodriquez donated $20.00.
  • Anonymous donated a private amount.
  • Anonymous donated a private amount.
  • Anonymous donated $5.00.
  • Sheri Divall donated $25.00.
  • Anonymous donated $50.00.
  • Salvador Reyes donated $10.00.
  • Breeze Galindo donated a private amount.
  • Guillermo Bugarin donated $25.00.
  • Michael Sheehan donated a private amount.
  • Vito Trautz donated $100.00.
  • Kimberly Hoffman donated $25.00.
  • Anonymous donated $25.00.
  • Heather Homer donated a private amount.
  • Conor Colvin hunter donated $25.00.
  • Anonymous donated $25.00.
  • Anonymous donated $25.00.
  • Greg Schwartz donated a private amount.
  • Trey Fraley donated $10.00.
  • Kirk Nishikawa donated $100.00.
  • Tyler McLeod donated $5.00.
  • Edgar Preciado donated $100.00.
  • Teo Hunter donated $100.00.
  • Mariela Martinez donated $25.00.
  • Anthony Gorrity donated $50.00.
  • Daniel Tieman donated $25.00.
  • Daniel Tieman donated $25.00.
  • Los Angeles Ale Works donated $50.00.
  • Thomas Kelley donated $25.00.
  • James Raynon donated $25.00.
  • Flying Saucer donated $25.00.
  • Gordon Whelpley donated $5.00.
  • Michael Sweeney donated $5.00.
  • Steve Skorupa donated a private amount.
  • Chris Jones donated $25.00.
  • Anonymous donated $10.00.
  • Chris Purvis donated $100.00.
  • Mandy Naglich donated $30.00.
  • Anonymous donated $50.00.

Central Coast Brewers Guild

The Central Coast Brewers Guild charges ahead in the Zen and the Art of Beer fundraising challenge with your help for the craft beer community!

The Central Coast Brewers Guild recognizes the need to support thousands of struggling small independent breweries and family businesses throughout California, so they can be there to revive our communities once this long winter is over.  


To help spread the word and raise funds, we’re enlisting you to participate and get your friends, family, and colleagues to join in on the fun! Not only do we need your support, but we would also love to have you take the challenge and share with everyone you know.  

Throughout most of 2020 and for the foreseeable future, craft breweries and partner businesses these breweries sell their products to -- bars, restaurants, bottleshops, etc. -- have been required to cease all on-site consumption, eliminating the main source of revenue craft breweries need to survive.  

As a result, breweries have had to lay off or furlough workers, shift operations and make unanticipated add'l investments to meet new restrictions and cover much higher costs for packaging and selling its products -- all while continuing to shoulder higher operating costs of being a manufacturer without any direct economic relief, and being treated differently from winery manufacturers who were afforded looser restrictions with serving their product to consumers. The restrictions and loss of business have caused breweries to close, and more are expected not to survive.

Funds raised help local communities:

    1. Local and state organizations fighting to keep small, independent, family-owned breweries in business, helping them survive and recover
    2. Local charities and community nonprofits helping struggling food and beverage workers from all small, neighborhood businesses survive and recover
, specifically: 

           a - California Restaurant Association Foundation

           b- United States Bartender Guild Foundation (California only)


TOGETHER, we can make an impact. This rising tide is lifting all boats. Join us and let’s make waves together!  

raised $651.00
days left 3

This campaign is sponsored by

Central Coast wants you to join in on the fun of the “Zen and the Art of Beer” challenge to raise money for the craft beer community!

It's January. It's been torture getting to 2021... and Beer Week is coming.

Time to find your Zen, de-compress, de-stress, get fit -- earn that craft beer!

So, show us what "Zen and the Art of Beer" means to you:

Take a picture or video (beer optional)

  • Strike a pose… Drinking beer, hanging with your lap dog, or doing goat yoga allowed.
  • Get creative. Expand that beer can art with a doodle overlay of your own.
  • Stay fit. Share your beer-inspired workout. Beer (and ice buckets) optional.

Upload your awesome pic by clicking on the blue “join the challenge” button on your team’s page.

Donate generously to the Central Coast Brewers Guild to help your team raise the money. 

Share on social media with your preferred hashtags: #cabeerhere, #beerzen, etc. and tag 5 friends who love beer.

Call 5 friends and ask them to use your personal link to donate (your link is created when you post your photo)! 

 

Bonus: prizes will be awarded randomly for funniest, silliest, most creative, or heartwarming photos so get busy, upload and have fun!

Central Coast Brewers Guild Challenge Leaderboard

Vote for your favorite photo or video by donating!

Recent Donations for the Central Coast Brewers Guild team

  • Crafted Legal donated $100.00.
  • Jennifer Brouhard donated $25.00.
  • Melissa Paolella donated $25.00.
  • Lauren Kennedy donated $50.00.
  • Kiera Himsl donated $25.00.
  • Chris Snyder donated $25.00.
  • Andy Carter donated $50.00.
  • Anonymous donated $25.00.
  • John Bird donated $10.00.
  • Mike Brown donated $50.00.
  • Greg Jones donated $1.00.
  • Nicole Wyman donated $5.00.
  • Anonymous donated a private amount.
  • Sherri Davis donated $5.00.
  • Michelle Davis donated $50.00.
  • Philip Branning donated $10.00.
  • Scott Jones donated $5.00.
  • Monica Duggan donated $10.00.
  • Anonymous donated $25.00.
  • Josefina Martinez donated $20.00.
  • Monica Duggan donated $10.00.
  • MJ Doddridge donated $10.00.
  • Apples & Wendy donated $10.00.
  • Greg Jones donated $25.00.
  • Anonymous donated $25.00.

Orange County Brewers Guild

The Orange County Brewers Guild is fired up in the Zen and the Art of Beer fundraising challenge with your help for the craft beer community!

The Orange County Brewers Guild recognizes the need to support thousands of struggling small independent breweries and family businesses throughout California, so they can be there to revive our communities once this long winter is over. 

To help spread the word and raise funds, we’re enlisting you to participate and get your friends, family, and colleagues to join in on the fun! Not only do we need your support, but we would also love to have you take the challenge and share with everyone you know.  

Throughout most of 2020 and for the foreseeable future, craft breweries and partner businesses these breweries sell their products to -- bars, restaurants, bottleshops, etc. -- have been required to cease all on-site consumption, eliminating the main source of revenue craft breweries need to survive.  

As a result, breweries have had to lay off or furlough workers, shift operations and make unanticipated add'l investments to meet new restrictions and cover much higher costs for packaging and selling its products -- all while continuing to shoulder higher operating costs of being a manufacturer without any direct economic relief, and being treated differently from winery manufacturers who were afforded looser restrictions with serving their product to consumers. The restrictions and loss of business have caused breweries to close, and more are expected not to survive.

Funds raised help local communities:

  1. Local and state organizations fighting to keep small, independent, family-owned breweries in business, helping them survive and recover
  2. Local charities and community nonprofits helping struggling food and beverage workers from all small, neighborhood businesses survive and recover
, specifically: 

           a - California Restaurant Association Foundation

           b- United States Bartender Guild Foundation (California only)


TOGETHER, we can make an impact. This rising tide is lifting all boats. Join us and let’s make waves together!  

raised $1,092.00
days left 3

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Orange County is unstoppable in the “Zen and the Art of Beer” challenge to raise money for the craft beer community!

It's January. It's been torture getting to 2021... and Beer Week is coming.

Time to find your Zen, de-compress, de-stress, get fit -- earn that craft beer!

So, show us what "Zen and the Art of Beer" means to you:

Take a picture or video (beer optional)

  • Strike a pose…  Drinking beer, hanging with your lap dog, or doing goat yoga allowed.
  • Get creative. Expand that beer can art with a doodle overlay of your own.
  • Stay fit. Share your beer-inspired workout. Beer (and ice buckets) optional.

Upload your awesome pic  by clicking on the blue “join the challenge” button on your team’s page.

Donate generously to the Orange County Brewers Guild to help your team raise the money.

Share on social media  with your preferred hashtags: #cabeerhere, #beerzen, etc. and tag 5 friends who love beer.

Call 5 friends and ask them to use your personal link to donate (your link is created when you post your photo)!

 

Bonus: prizes will be awarded randomly for funniest, silliest, most creative, or heartwarming photos so get busy, upload and have fun!  

Orange County Brewers Guild Challenge Leaderboard

Vote for your favorite photo or video by donating!

Recent Donations for the Orange County Brewers Guild team

  • George Balteria donated $25.00.
  • Brittany Costello donated $25.00.
  • Charlie Gallagher donated $25.00.
  • Brandon Moody donated $50.00.
  • MJ Doddridge donated $25.00.
  • Brittany Costello donated $10.00.
  • Anonymous donated $50.00.
  • Brian Lee donated $50.00.
  • Michael Woodward donated $36.00.
  • MJ Doddridge donated $100.00.
  • Anonymous donated $25.00.
  • Matt Terzigni donated $50.00.
  • Jon Rapicault donated $25.00.
  • Anonymous donated $25.00.
  • Pankaj Taneja donated $25.00.
  • Anonymous donated $10.00.
  • Anonymous donated $200.00.
  • Anonymous donated $25.00.
  • Anonymous donated $100.00.
  • Anonymous donated $100.00.
  • MJ Doddridge donated $10.00.
  • MJ Doddridge donated $10.00.

Inland Empire Brewers Guild

The Inland Empire Brewers Guild are out to dominate in the Zen and the Art of Beer fundraising challenge with your help for the craft beer community!

The Inland Empire Brewers Guild recognizes the need to support thousands of struggling small independent breweries and family businesses throughout California, so they can be there to revive our communities once this long winter is over.  


To help spread the word and raise funds, we’re enlisting you to participate and get your friends, family, and colleagues to join in on the fun! Not only do we need your support, but we would also love to have you take the challenge and share with everyone you know.  

Throughout most of 2020 and for the foreseeable future, craft breweries and partner businesses these breweries sell their products to -- bars, restaurants, bottleshops, etc. -- have been required to cease all on-site consumption, eliminating the main source of revenue craft breweries need to survive. 

As a result, breweries have had to lay off or furlough workers, shift operations and make unanticipated add'l investments to meet new restrictions and cover much higher costs for packaging and selling its products -- all while continuing to shoulder higher operating costs of being a manufacturer without any direct economic relief, and being treated differently from winery manufacturers who were afforded looser restrictions with serving their product to consumers. The restrictions and loss of business have caused breweries to close, and more are expected not to survive.

Funds raised help local communities:

  1. Local and state organizations fighting to keep small, independent, family-owned breweries in business, helping them survive and recover
  2. Local charities and community nonprofits helping struggling food and beverage workers from all small, neighborhood businesses survive and recover
, specifically: 

           a - California Restaurant Association Foundation


TOGETHER, we can make an impact. This rising tide is lifting all boats. Join us and let’s make waves together!  


raised $2,195.00
days left 3

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Inland Empire flexes its muscles in the “Zen and the Art of Beer” challenge to raise money for the craft beer community!

It's January. It's been torture getting to 2021... and Beer Week is coming.

Time to find your Zen, de-compress, de-stress, get fit -- earn that craft beer!

So, show us what "Zen and the Art of Beer" means to you:

Take a picture or video (beer optional)

  • Strike a pose… Drinking beer, hanging with your lap dog, or doing goat yoga allowed.
  • Get creative. Expand that beer can art with a doodle overlay of your own.
  • Stay fit. Share your beer-inspired workout. Beer (and ice buckets) optional.

Upload your awesome pic by clicking on the blue “join the challenge” button on your team’s page.

Donate generously to the Inland Empire Brewers Guild to help your team raise the money. 

Share on social media with your preferred hashtags: #cabeerhere, #beerzen, etc. and tag 5 friends who love beer.

Call 5 friends and ask them to use your personal link to donate (your link is created when you post your photo)! 

 

Bonus: prizes will be awarded randomly for funniest, silliest, most creative, or heartwarming photos so get busy, upload and have fun!  

Inland Empire Brewers Guild Challenge Leaderboard

Vote for your favorite photo or video by donating!

Recent Donations for the Inland Empire Brewers Guild team

  • Mike Randolph donated $100.00.
  • Mark Himmelheber donated $25.00.
  • Ed Heethuis donated $20.00.
  • Brian Hughes donated $10.00.
  • David Marquez donated a private amount.
  • Lauren Curatola donated $10.00.
  • Jeff Stark donated $25.00.
  • Michelle Meijer donated $25.00.
  • Anonymous donated $500.00.
  • Anonymous donated $10.00.
  • Anonymous donated $25.00.
  • Roger Baumeister donated $10.00.
  • Todd Chapman donated $50.00.
  • Oscar Serrano donated $10.00.
  • Juan Rodriguez donated $20.00.
  • Julianne Kertes donated $10.00.
  • Anonymous donated $100.00.
  • Marianne Delperdang donated $25.00.
  • Marianne Delperdang donated $25.00.
  • Anonymous donated $25.00.
  • Gloria Irwin donated $100.00.
  • Jim Delperdang donated $20.00.
  • Eric Brummell donated $330.00.
  • Anonymous donated $25.00.
  • John Backer donated $50.00.
  • Bob Kluver donated $25.00.
  • Michele Zenk donated $25.00.
  • James Cunningham donated $100.00.
  • Greg Hinton donated $25.00.
  • Carrie Miller donated $50.00.
  • Anonymous donated $25.00.
  • Anonymous donated $100.00.
  • Chad Adams donated $25.00.
  • Matt Avalos donated $50.00.
  • Anonymous donated $10.00.
  • Steven Englehart donated $25.00.
  • Steven Englehart donated $25.00.
  • Jessica Qattawi donated $10.00.
  • Chris Gayer donated $5.00.
  • Chris Gayer donated $10.00.
  • Jessica Qattawi donated $25.00.
  • MJ Doddridge donated $10.00.
  • Joanne Marino donated $5.00.

San Diego Brewers Guild

The San Diego Brewers Guild are cruising to victory in the Zen and the Art of Beer fundraising challenge with your help for the craft beer community!

The San Diego Brewers Guild recognizes the need to support thousands of struggling small independent breweries and family businesses throughout California, so they can be there to revive our communities once this long winter is over.


To help spread the word and raise funds, we’re enlisting you to participate and get your friends, family, and colleagues to join in on the fun! Not only do we need your support, but we would also love to have you take the challenge and share with everyone you know.  

Throughout most of 2020 and for the foreseeable future, craft breweries and partner businesses these breweries sell their products to -- bars, restaurants, bottleshops, etc. -- have been required to cease all on-site consumption, eliminating the main source of revenue craft breweries need to survive.  

As a result, breweries have had to lay off or furlough workers, shift operations and make unanticipated add'l investments to meet new restrictions and cover much higher costs for packaging and selling its products -- all while continuing to shoulder higher operating costs of being a manufacturer without any direct economic relief, and being treated differently from winery manufacturers who were afforded looser restrictions with serving their product to consumers. The restrictions and loss of business have caused breweries to close, and more are expected not to survive.

Funds raised help local communities:

  1. Local and state organizations fighting to keep small, independent, family-owned breweries in business, helping them survive and recover
  2. Local charities and community nonprofits helping struggling food and beverage workers from all small, neighborhood businesses survive and recover
, specifically: 

           a - California Restaurant Association Foundation

           b- United States Bartender Guild Foundation (California only)


TOGETHER, we can make an impact. This rising tide is lifting all boats. Join us and let’s make waves together!  

raised $1,137.00
days left 3

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San Diego steamrolls its way to victory in the “Zen and the Art of Beer” challenge to raise money for the craft beer community!

It's January. It's been torture getting to 2021... and Beer Week is coming.

Time to find your Zen, de-compress, de-stress, get fit -- earn that craft beer!

So, show us what "Zen and the Art of Beer" means to you:

Take a picture or video (beer optional)

  • Strike a pose…  Drinking beer, hanging with your lap dog, or doing goat yoga allowed.
  • Get creative. Expand that beer can art with a doodle overlay of your own.
  • Stay fit. Share your beer-inspired workout. Beer (and ice buckets) optional.

Upload your awesome pic  by clicking on the blue “join the challenge” button on your team’s page.

Donate generously  to the San Diego Brewers Guild to help your team raise the money.

Share on social media with your preferred hashtags: #cabeerhere, #beerzen, etc. and tag 5 friends who love beer.

Call 5 friends  and ask them to use your personal link to donate (your link is created when you post your photo)!

 

Bonus: prizes will be awarded randomly for funniest, silliest, most creative, or heartwarming photos so get busy, upload and have fun!

San Diego Brewers Guild Challenge Leaderboard

Vote for your favorite photo or video by donating!

Recent Donations for the San Diego Brewers Guild team

  • Jill Olesh donated $25.00.
  • Jill Olesh donated $25.00.
  • John Holzer donated $10.00.
  • MJ Doddridge donated $25.00.
  • Andy Cox donated $25.00.
  • Kiera Himsl donated $25.00.
  • Sara Burgess donated $25.00.
  • Brittany Brouhard donated $10.00.
  • Mark Kallen donated $50.00.
  • Erin Mascho donated $10.00.
  • Mike Souza donated $10.00.
  • Mike Howry donated $50.00.
  • Adelle Danson donated $10.00.
  • Adelle Danson donated $10.00.
  • Adelle Danson donated $25.00.
  • Gary Henry donated $25.00.
  • Ballast Point donated $100.00.
  • David Reyes donated $25.00.
  • Candace Moon donated $50.00.
  • Leslie Lewis donated $10.00.
  • Anonymous donated a private amount.
  • Anonymous donated $25.00.
  • Anonymous donated $20.00.
  • Joe Belshin donated $25.00.
  • Kim Torik donated $25.00.
  • Tracy Harrison donated $25.00.
  • Josh Hammond donated $25.00.
  • Heather Homer donated a private amount.
  • Anonymous donated $25.00.
  • Kim Derr donated $10.00.
  • Letha McWey donated $50.00.
  • Chris Miller donated $25.00.
  • Phom Sisoukrath donated $100.00.
  • Laura Ulrich donated a private amount.
  • Magie Brennan donated $25.00.
  • Ruby Benoit donated $10.00.
  • MJ Doddridge donated $10.00.

Sacramento Area Brewers Guild

The Sacramento Area Brewers Guild goes full throttle in the Zen and the Art of Beer fundraising challenge with your help for the craft beer community!

The Sacramento Area Brewers Guild recognizes the need to support thousands of struggling small independent breweries and family businesses throughout California, so they can be there to revive our communities once this long winter is over.  

To help spread the word and raise funds, we’re enlisting you to participate and get your friends, family, and colleagues to join in on the fun! Not only do we need your support, but we would also love to have you take the challenge and share with everyone you know.  

Throughout most of 2020 and for the foreseeable future, craft breweries and partner businesses these breweries sell their products to -- bars, restaurants, bottleshops, etc. -- have been required to cease all on-site consumption, eliminating the main source of revenue craft breweries need to survive.  

As a result, breweries have had to lay off or furlough workers, shift operations and make unanticipated add'l investments to meet new restrictions and cover much higher costs for packaging and selling its products -- all while continuing to shoulder higher operating costs of being a manufacturer without any direct economic relief, and being treated differently from winery manufacturers who were afforded looser restrictions with serving their product to consumers. The restrictions and loss of business have caused breweries to close, and more are expected not to survive.

Funds raised help local communities:

  1. Local and state organizations fighting to keep small, independent, family-owned breweries in business, helping them survive and recover
  2. Local charities and community nonprofits helping struggling food and beverage workers from all small, neighborhood businesses survive and recover1. , specifically: 

           a - California Restaurant Association Foundation

           b- United States Bartender Guild Foundation (California only)


TOGETHER, we can make an impact. This rising tide is lifting all boats. Join us and let’s make waves together!  

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Sacramento carries its team forward in the “Zen and the Art of Beer” challenge in the craft beer community fundraiser!

It's January. It's been torture getting to 2021... and Beer Week is coming. 

Time to find your Zen, de-compress, de-stress, get fit -- earn that craft beer!

So, show us what "Zen and the Art of Beer" means to you:

Take a picture or video (beer optional)

  • Strike a pose…  Drinking beer, hanging with your lap dog, or doing goat yoga allowed. 
  • Get creative. Expand that beer can art with a doodle overlay of your own.
  • Stay fit. Share your beer-inspired workout. Beer (and ice buckets) optional.

Upload your awesome pic  by clicking on the blue “join the challenge” button on your team’s page.

Donate generously  to the Sacramento Area Brewers Guild to help your team raise the money.

Share on social media  with your preferred hashtags: #cabeerhere, #beerzen, etc. and tag 5 friends who love beer.

Call 5 friends  and ask them to use your personal link to donate (your link is created when you post your photo)!

 

Bonus: prizes will be awarded randomly for funniest, silliest, most creative, or heartwarming photos so get busy, upload and have fun!

Sacramento Area Brewers Guild Challenge Leaderboard

Vote for your favorite photo or video by donating!

Recent Donations for the Sacramento Area Brewers Guild team

  • Anonymous donated a private amount.
  • Debora Mohsenzadegan donated $10.00.
  • Kirsten Ireton donated $25.00.
  • Anonymous donated $50.00.
  • Paul Gould donated a private amount.
  • Monk’s Cellar Brewery donated $100.00.
  • Mai-Sam Baumann donated $5.00.
  • Dave Jensen donated a private amount.
  • Ben Rice donated $5.00.
  • Anonymous donated $25.00.
  • Amy Lincoln donated $25.00.
  • Lola Ellis donated $25.00.
  • Dana Hansen donated $10.00.
  • Billie Valdez donated $25.00.
  • Ben Rice donated $10.00.
  • MJ Doddridge donated $10.00.
  • Bryce McEfee donated $25.00.
  • Joanne Marino donated $5.00.