Cincinnati, OH – A recently-opened brewery in Cincinnati, Dead Low Brewing, has launched a charitable giving program, Dead Low Brew Raisings, and SQUARE1 will be a beneficiary. On Sunday, March 8, Dead Low Brewing will host a Brew Raising Event (akin to a Barn Raising) to benefit SQUARE1 and the work they do with area youth. Dead Low Brewing will offer a featured brew and food pairing from their extensive menu that evening, with your beer poured by celebrity bartenders, former Cincinnati Bengal David Fulcher and WLWT’s Colin Mayfield! Dead Low Brewing will be setup to take additional donations to benefit SQUARE1 as well.
SQUARE1 board member and Dead Low Brewing investor, Yvan Demosthenes shared, “I am so excited to connect two companies that I fully support through this partnership. Connecting an organization that does so much for our area youth with a company setup and ready to welcome all in support of this organization is what it’s all about. We hope to see families, sports fans, beer enthusiasts, foodies, music fans, and all friends come out for the event on March 8.”
If you’re unable to join us on March 8, stop in anytime during the month of March where a portion of proceeds will still benefit SQUARE1.
Dead Low Brewing is located at 5959 Kellogg Avenue (45230).
SQUARE1, a not-for-profit company, is an entrepreneur education and business igniter providing resources to a broad range of professionals and students to help turn ideas and interests into thriving businesses and careers. Their mission is to uncover, educate, support, and inspire emerging entrepreneurs. This Dead Low Brew Raising event will provide support for their 3rd Annual High School Startup Pitch Final on April 3rd at St. Elizabeth Training & Education Center in Erlanger, where you can witness the region’s top high school innovators pitch their ideas, Shark-Tank style. Sponsorships, Tables, and Seats are on sale now for the April 3rd event. Tickets and additional info can be found at https://ideastartgrow.com.