Craft Beer For Mental Health is a call to empower breweries from around the globe to stand up for those who suffer in silence with their mental health, be it with anxiety, depression, or other mental illness.
Things We Don’t Say
Named after Hope For The Day’s flagship mental health education curriculum, THINGS WE DON’T SAY: Craft Beer For Mental Health is a 6% IPA being released in May 2021, in conjunction with Hope For The Day’s Shake The Stigma awareness campaign for Mental Health Month 2021.
A portion of the proceeds is helping support Hope For The Day’s proactive suicide prevention and mental health education programming.
“We brewed Things We Don’t Say IPA in collaboration with Hope for the Day, and hundreds of breweries nationwide, in order to bring attention to the importance of mental health,” wrote the brewery on Instagram. “This project sheds light on mental health and the conversations surrounding it. We are lucky to have owners and employees who are here to listen to thoughts, feelings, and experiences, and the impacts they have on our lives. If you or someone you know isn’t feeling themselves, let us know. We’re here to chat about it. It’s okay not to be okay.”
According to social media accounts, Perennial’s version is now available. 4 Hands and Wellspent’s collaboration, Liquid Rain is being released later this month, as well as Rockwell’s and 2nd Shift’s.
Hope For The Day is a non-profit movement empowering the conversation on proactive suicide prevention through mental health education.
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