Appalachian Mountain Brewery + We Can So You Can Foundation are finding new ways to reach out to support the High Country Community

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With Appalachian Mountain Brewery’s business model of Sustainability – Community – Philanthropy, AMB is committed to supporting the local High Country community during these challenging times.

Through its long-time partnership with the We Can So You Can Foundation, Appalachian Mountain Brewery is devoted to supporting High Country communities by raising funds for education, agriculture, renewable energy and veteran services.  In 2020, AMB is committed to planting 12,500 trees with the Long Leaf Alliance, supporting southeastern honeybee ecosystems through their partnership with Bee Downtown, continued revitalization of the Daniel Boone Amphitheatre, OVAAT – One Vet at a Time, and Pints for Nonprofits, through which AMB donates a portion of its pub beer sales to numerous great causes throughout NC. 

In response to the growing needs of the High Country community during the coronavirus pandemic, Appalachian Mountain Brewery and The We Can So You Can Foundation recently launched a new partnership with the Hunger & Health Coalition, which helps individuals and families who are struggling to provide themselves with basic needs. 

With your help, AMB + WCSYC will be donating a portion of all case sales to the Hunger & Health Coalition, while also raising funds through the Pub’s “High Country Happy Hour” – Live Streaming Music Concerts available on AMB’s Facebook Page on Friday nights kicking off on April 10.

For more information, visit AMB’s Facebook page or wecansoyoucan.org

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