Kensington Brewing Launches Community Supported Beer Fundraising Project

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TORONTO, ON – In order to help raise money for the construction of their recently announced new brewery, Kensington Brewing Company (KBCo) has announced the launch of a fundraising scheme that looks to the local community for help, and offers them some great benefits in return.

Following the model of Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) that is used by many small farms to raise operating funds each year, the Community Supported Beer (CSB) project calls on local craft beer drinkers to invest between $50 and $1200 in the brewery, in exchange for perks ranging from gift cards and party invites to exclusive beers and the chance to develop your own personal beer with KBCo brewmaster David Lee.

The full list of investment levels and benefits, as reported in today’s edition of The Grid and on the KBCo website, includes:

Keg Washer – $50
$60 gift card for the retail store (redeemable anytime in maximum increments of $25.00 per day) and invitation to annual celebration

Brewery Intern – $100
$120 gift card for the retail store (redeemable anytime in maximum increments of $25.00 per day) and invitation to annual celebration

Assistant Brewer – $275
Brewery Intern benefits plus exclusive access to quarterly beer brewed especially for members – 4 x 650 ml bottles per year for three years

Head Brewer – $500
Assistant Brewer benefits plus an All-Access day with KBCO’s Brew Master, assisting in beer making process, and other treats

Brew Master – $1200
Assistant Brewer benefits plus create your own beer with our Brew Master that is produced for Enterprise members. Includes participation on brew day and a case of beer that Member can name.

Memberships are now available on the KBCo website, and benefits can be redeemed once the new brewery opens later this year.

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