Things We Don’t Say IPA is more than a can of beer. It’s a way to spark conversations about mental health and get resources into the hands of people who may need them.
Milwaukee resident Nicole Henzel came up with the idea to have breweries use their platforms to spread mental health awareness in collaboration with the Chicago-based Hope for the Day. The nonprofit focuses on empowering conversations on proactive suicide prevention and mental health education.
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery is beyond excited to announce its new, non-alcoholic wheat brew, Lemon Quest, hits shelves nationwide starting in May. Brewed with real lemon puree, blueberry juice, acai berries, monk fruit, sea salt and special, Hopsteiner Polyphenol-Rich Hop PelletsTM, it is a deliciously refreshing, active lifestyle-oriented, non-alcoholic alternative with just 90 calories* per 12oz can. With invigorating flavors of bright-citrusy lemon, slightly sweet berries and just a bit of salt, Lemon Quest is the perfect pairing for any adventure … so, grab a 6pk, get outside and join the brewery’s quest for goodness with “Mother Nature, Let’s Do This!”
Just like Champagne has its own territory in France, The Champagne of Beers deserves its own region in Milwaukee, where only beers invented here, inside these specific borders, will be considered The Champagne of Beers.
To make it official, High Life is petitioning the Milwaukee City Council to anoint the Miller brewery grounds, but we can’t do it alone. That’s why we’re asking you to help by signing the petition. And to commemorate the region’s impending new name. Plus one person will be named the official Ambassador of the region!