Thursday, May 17, 2012

Growlers Give Back has returned to Hop City

Posted By on Thu, May 17, 2012 at 5:00 PM

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Hop City Craft Beer and Wine is teaming up with Upper Chattahoochee Riverkeeper (UCR) and SweetWater Brewing Company to bring back Growlers Give Back. For the entire month of June, Hop City will donate 99 cents of every growler purchased to the Save the Hooch campaign.

The Save the Hooch campaign, started by SweetWater Brewing Company, focuses on saving the brewery's most precious resource: water from the Chattahoochee River. The campaign will run from Memorial Day until the Fourth of July and will be involved with restaurants and bars in the metro Atlanta area.

Growlers Give Back was created by Hop City owner Kraig Torres who felt he needed to give back to the community that helped build his dream of owning a craft beer and wine store. Thanks to a gracious Torres, customers have more of an incentive to down their favorite local and national craft beers in order to preserve the Hooch.

If you want to see why its worth helping the Save the Hooch campaign, Hop City currently has SweetWater Exodus Porter, IPA, 420, Brown, Roadtrip, and Blue on tap to fill up your empty growlers.

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