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Black Is Beautiful Vol. 2 is here!

This open-ended beer collaboration supports the National Black Brewers Association's work in developing and growing Black brewers nationwide.

We're calling on brewers across the country to come together and continue the work we all committed to with the Black Is Beautiful stout. As the movement grows, each participating brewery will commit $1 per beer sold to the work of the National Black Brewer's Association.

How It Works

Each participating brewery is asked to do the following:

  • Use the Black Is Beautiful Vol 2 IPA recipe
  • Use the included beer labels (updated with your brewery's logo and information)
  • Get the word out with the included sales assets and social media graphics
  • Pledge $1 per beer sold to the National Black Brewers Association
  • Return here to make a donation
  • Once a donation has been made, join the list of featured breweries on this website
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Recipe and Assets

Recipe provided by Weathered Souls Brewing. Questions can be directed to [email protected]
Label design provided by Stout Collective. Questions can be directed to [email protected]

Label printing provided by Blue Label Packaging Co. To order, email [email protected] or your existing representative, and let them know that this is for Black is Beautiful Vol 2. Breweries will be asked to pay for the shipping fee. 

Please enter your email address, and you will be directed to the recipe and assets files.
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The National Black Brewers Association celebrates those bringing culture to the cup.

Less than 1% of craft breweries in the U.S. are owned by African Americans and there is no single entity to help African American brewers and brewery owners with their specific needs and issues. Given these challenges, the National Black Brewers Association (“NB2A”) was formed as a 501c6 membership-based non-profit organization to:

  • Promote the Black brewing community as a first-of-its kind organization;
  • Increase the number of African Americans in the brewing industry at all levels of production, especially ownership and brewmaster;
  • Exercise political influence by developing and advocating for effective policy; and
  • Foster understanding about the history and legacy of African American brewing in the United States.

Participating Breweries & Donors

Brought to you by

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In partnership with:

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