Curbside 7 days a week 11 AM – 6 PM

Indoor Retail 7 days a week 11 AM – 6 PM

Beer Cafe Thurs – Sun 11AM – 6PM

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Tips for Change

Tip Jar Donations

Our staff earn a professional, livable wage that reflects the hard work they all do each day at our brewery. While there is no tip obligation for the excellent service you receive, if you do choose to leave a tip, it will be donated to local non-profit organizations working in our community.

Our team has chosen 12 organizations to split the proceeds of our customer tips over the course of the year. These donations come from our customers; we are just the stewards of your generosity.

If you’d like to make an additional contribution to this fund, please do so below.

Donation Recipients
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Circle VT
Creating Safer Communities & Ending Violence Against Women, Together

Circle is a community-based nonprofit organization in Washington County dedicated to ending domestic and sexual violence. Circle provides advocacy, support services, and shelter to help abuse survivors build on their strengths to shape fulfilling lives for themselves and their children.

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Clarina Howard Nichols Center
A Violence Free Tomorrow is Our Vision Today

The Clarina Howard Nichols Center’s mission is to end domestic and sexual violence in Lamoille County. Their services for survivors include a 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, legal, medical, and housing advocacy, and outreach and education programs.

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Downstreet Housing & Community Development
Vermont Affordable Housing

Downstreet Housing & Community Development strengthens the communities of Central Vermont by engaging with people, providing affordable homes, and connecting people to the resources and services they need to thrive. They are a nonprofit affordable housing developer and provider, serving Washington, Lamoille, and Orange Counties, providing services including housing, homeownership education, and helping seniors live independently at home.

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Heartbeet Lifesharing
Innovative, Inclusive, Multicultural Community

Heartbeet Lifesharing is a vibrant community in Hardwick, Vermont that includes adults with developmental disabilities. Community members live and work together in beautiful extended family households. Heartbeet is a mutually supportive environment that enables each individual to discover and develop their unique abilities and potential.

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Lamoille Area Cancer Network
Assisting Families And Individuals In The Lamoille Area Through Their Fight With Cancer.

The mission of Lamoille Area Cancer Network is to act as an emergency fund source to assist families and individuals in the Lamoille Area with small grants while they are going through their journey with cancer. The volunteer-run organization raises money to provide support for every diagnosed individual in the region.

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Lamoille Community House
Offering shelter, security, and hope to people experiencing homelessness

The Lamoille Community House offers shelter, security, and hope to people experiencing homelessness. With dignity and kindness, they provide guests with a clean bed, nourishing meals, connection to services, and a safe space to discover their own path toward sustainable housing.

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Lamoille Home Health & Hospice
Providing safe, quality care to our Lamoille County neighbors who need it

Lamoille Home Health and Hospice’s mission is to support health, independence and dignity for Lamoille County residents through quality care in the home. They’re committed to the highest standards of health and end-of-life care, and are enhancing the quality of life for the terminally il,l while providing support for their loved ones.

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Lamoille Housing Partnership
Preserving housing affordability & reducing barriers to home ownership

The Lamoille Housing Partnership collaborates with communities to create and preserve quality affordable housing opportunities for Hardwick and Lamoille County.

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Lamoille Restorative Center
Upholding the dignity & resilience of individuals and families through restorative justice principles and programs.

Lamoille Restorative Center is a nonprofit organization that upholds the dignity and resilience of individuals and families through restorative justice principles and programs. Working with youth and adults, they bring individuals and communities together to repair, restore and rebuild local restorative justice.

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Meals on Wheels of Lamoille County
Serving Lamoille County Elders since 1991

The mission of Meals on Wheels of Lamoille County is to improve health and enhance the quality of life for our community elders by providing nutritious food and social interaction. Their volunteer drivers serve ten delivery routes each day, serving local elders with healthy meals, positive advocacy and lasting community partnerships.

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Salvation Farms
Building increased resilience in Vermont’s food system through agricultural surplus management.

Salvation Farms exists to reduce food loss on farms, increase the use of locally grown food, foster appreciation for Vermont’s agricultural heritage and future, and support the development of just, local food systems. Their Lamoille Valley Gleaning program has successfully served nearly 50 community-based food programs with hundreds of thousands of pounds of wholesome, locally grown fruits and vegetables.

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Waterbury Area Anti-Racism Coalition
Working to create a community where every person can fully experience freedom, belonging, and love on a daily basis.

WAARC is a grassroots organization in Waterbury, Vermont that operates through collaboration. Their members are committed to the ongoing study of racism, its impacts, and anti-racist concepts and strategies. Together, they work towards a better future through education, advocacy, and activism.