Crafting a Home & Hope
Celebrating their collaborative industry, local craft breweries are teaming up once again up to build a second Habitat for Humanity home, the House That Beer Built II (HTBBII), in partnership with the Beavers family.
Join us in celebrating the collaborative spirit of our local Fort Collins breweries as we rally to launch The House That Beer Built II. We can’t think of a better way to exemplify the craft that brings us together, the community that supports us and the camaraderie that makes our community so special!
Upcoming Events Benefiting The House That Beer Built
Month Long HTBBII Promotions
Wilbur’s Total Beverage will be matching customer donations in July
Three Four Beer Company: $1 from all taster trays benefits HTBBII
Horse & Dragon Brewing: $2 of all Ground Work Red IPA & the community tip jar benefits HTBBII
New Belgium Brewing: tip jars all month benefit HTBBII
Odell Brewing: Experimental Hope Pale Ale pints benefits HTBBII
Pateros Creek Brewing: $1 of all pints every Tuesday benefits HTBBII
Jessup Farm Barrel House: $1 of Compassion Fruit Train Delay pints benefit HTBBII
Funkwerks $1 from every pint of Ten, our Belgian-Style Quad will benefit HTBBII
Wed. July 6th, 6 pm- Mishawaka Concert at CSU Lagoon Concert series
Fri. July 22nd, 4-8 pm—Black Bottle Release Party
Tues. July 26 – Fort Collins Brewery, Community Pint Night Hefeweizen pints proceeds go to HTBBII
Sat. July 30th, 1 -5 pm – HTBB volunteer outreach and fundraising event at New Belgium Brewing Company
Come Build With The Beavers Family: sign up here
Sat. July 30th, 9 am – The building begins with the Beavers Family Wall Raising Ceremony, 6602 Avondale Drive, Fort Collins, 80525
The Original House That Beer Built, 2013
Our city will never forget the High Park fire. Last summer, the blaze destroyed 258 homes and went down in history as the largest wildfire in Larimer County to date. One of those homes belonged to the Andrasik family, but now thanks to the efforts of local breweries and community members like you, the Andrasik family has hope again. Fort Collins Habitat for Humanity is proud to share with you “The House That Beer Built,” a wildfire reconstruction project sponsored by eight Fort Collins craft breweries!
In the summer of 2013, eight local craft breweries — Black Bottle Brewery, C.B. & Potts Restaurant & Brewery, Coopersmith’s Pub & Brewing, Equinox Brewing, Fort Collins Brewery, Odell Brewing, New Belgium Brewing, and Pateros Creek Brewing came together to sponsor and build a Habitat for Humanity home in Fort Collins, the House That Beer Built (HTBB). They came together to celebrate their collaborative brewing environment and shared community commitment.
The breweries successfully raised $100,000 to build the home and volunteered to build alongside the Andrasik Family, the HTBB Partner Family, who lost their home last summer in the High Park Fire. The home was rebuilt on the same land in Rist Canyon, helping to rebuild the future of this family.