The House That Beer Built II

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! 

Help kick off the build by donating to the House That Beer Built. 



Upcoming Events Benefiting The House That Beer Built


The Moot House $1 from select pints go to HTBB and all donations are being matched
The Farmhouse at Jessup Farm, Chicken Platter sales on Sundays in May
Small Batch Revival, Odell Brewing Saturday, May 28 – Sunday, May 29th, 2 – 6 pm


Mishawaka Amphitheatre – during June, $1 from every concert ticket benefits HTBB

Fort Collins Beer Week    All details at

    • Sat. June 18th – Brewers Olympics  12– 5 pm at Go West T-Shirt Company. Event details.
    • Sun. June 19th – Brewer’s Brunch, 11 am—2 pm at Black Bottle Brewery $15 includes brunch buffet and a beer. All dads get a FCBW pint glass and t-shirt
    • Mon. June 20th - Tap and Handle—Style Tap Takeover
    • Tues. June 21st – Arcade Tap Slam at Pinball Jones
    • Tues. June 21st – Geeks who drink at Pour Brothers
    • Wed. June 22nd – Illegal Pete’s Patio Party
    • Thurs. June 23rd – Bowling with Brewers, 6:30 pm at North Chippers Lanes. 2 hours of bowling and a pitcher of beer for $120/lane to benefit HTBBII There will be fun prizes also!
    • Fri. June 24th – TBD


Wilbur’s Total Beverage and Odell Brewing will be matching donations in July
July 6th, 5 pm- Mishawaka Concert at CSU Lagoon Concert series
July 14-15th—Black Bottle Release Party
July 29th- 30th – Jax Salmon Bake at New Belgium Brewery




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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!

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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.

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