We are so thankful for the way Due South Brewing Co. has been embraced by South Florida. You allowed us to become a part of your lives. The brewery has turned into gathering spot where hundreds of people have celebrated first dates, birthdays, graduations, and bachelor parties. We see the brewery as a place to make memories and make a difference.
When you crack open a Due South growler at your Thanksgiving table, you not only get to enjoy a great beer, you are helping out your neighbors employed here and the charitable works the brewery supports.
We are proud to have contributed to all of these important causes/organizations since we opened last year … EOD Warrior Foundation, Florida Brewers Guild, Warm Hearts Pet Rescue, BeerWorks Charitable Foundation, The RedTrunks Water Safety Program, Justin Bartlett Pet Rescue, Dawn Patrol Foster Program, East Boynton Little League, Girl Scouts, Center for Autism & Related Disabilities, The Connie Foundation for Breast Cancer Awareness, American Cancer Society, COPS – Concerns of Police Survivors, South Florida Science Center and Aquarium, St. Baldrick’s For Pediatric Cancer Research, Saluting Our Heroes, Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach, Kiwanis of Hypoluxo and of Boynton Beach, The Florida Cancer Specialists Foundation, YMCA Boynton Beach, Muscular Dystrophy Association
A big thanks to all the people who made contributions to the Muscular Distrophy Association. Everyone who donated at least $10 to his “bail” was entered in a drawing for some great Due South prizes.
These are the winners who can pick up their prizes at the brewery by Dec 31, 2013.
Pint Glass & Coozie Pack (6 winners)
1) Jennifer Bowen
2) Matt Van OLinda
3) Matt Manthe
4) Luis Brignoni
5) Michael Yates
6) Ryan Wheeler
Winner’s Choice of Any Due South T-Shirt (3 winners)
1) Paul Lykins
2) Kyle Henderson
3) Chris Hatcher
Vouchers for Growler Fills for a Year* (1 winner) – *winner will receive vouchers for two free 32oz fills per month for 12 months for any Due South beer available in growlers
1) Stephanie Glavin