Update: See who’ll benefit from Löwman Bräu beer launch

The premiere party for “West Seattle’s own beer,” Löwman Bräu, is 7 pm tomorrow night at venues around West Seattle and White Center – and since ringleader Jeff Gilbert of Feedback Lounge had noted that a percentage of LB sales will benefit local organizations, he’s just sent word of which nonprofits will benefit from sales at which venues:

THE BRIDGE: Dogs For Dogs
MISSION: Summer Concerts at Hiawatha
WEST 5: Southwest Seattle Historical Society/Log House Museum
LOCOL: Roxhill Elementary
FEEDBACK LOUNGE: West Seattle Helpline
EASY STREET: West Seattle Food Bank
BIG AL BREWING: White Center Food Bank

Miss the original story about Löwman Bräu? Check it out here – and read more on the official LB page on The Feedback’s website.

12 Replies to "Update: See who'll benefit from Löwman Bräu beer launch"

  • 2 Much Whine June 14, 2011 (10:55 am)

    Looking forward to being able to tell my wife I’m going out for a few hours to do some “charity work.” What I really want to know is where do I get my awesome Lowman Brau t-shirt?

  • hoss June 14, 2011 (11:03 am)

    I want to know where I can score one of those posters!

    “It’s a West Seattle thing. You wouldn’t understand.”


  • Alex June 14, 2011 (12:42 pm)

    Cool idea. It’s too bad we don’t have an actual brewery in West Seattle though. The ultimate would be if we could make our own beer, then horde it for ourselves. Having someone else make beer for us seems like we’re only about halfway there.

  • HelperMonkey June 14, 2011 (12:42 pm)

    T-shirts will be at the Feedback Lounge. I’ve seen them, and they’re plenty awesome! I think you can get a poster there, too.

  • HelperMonkey June 14, 2011 (12:42 pm)

    Alex, Big Al’s is sort of in West Seattle….just a few minutes away in White Center.

  • wsgolfer June 14, 2011 (1:05 pm)

    Wait, Alex, are you kidding? We have, in my opinion, Seattle’s best microbrewery, right in the Junction. http://www.elliottbaybrewing.com/. They make all their beer on premises at each of their locations, including the one here. They were also one of the first organic brewers in the state. If you haven’t been there, check them out. Great beer, good food, great people.

  • Sean June 14, 2011 (2:24 pm)

    I agree with WS Golfer- Elliott Bay is easily a top five brewery in King County, if not all of Washington State! Alex is tripping! Big Al’s is in West Seattle, Schooner Exact (also top in the state imo) was born here, and Georgetown (c’mon, MANNY’S!) is darn close…

  • Mark June 14, 2011 (2:49 pm)

    Hope the Big Al’s and Feedback Lounge folks are reading the comments. +1 for a tee shirt.

  • Mike June 14, 2011 (5:55 pm)

    Great cause, me want beer….mmmmm beer

  • Mel G June 14, 2011 (9:42 pm)

    I must have one of those posters!! Can we really get one at Feedback? Looking forward to trying the beer too….

  • PeterT June 15, 2011 (6:07 am)

    I love the name….but I hope the Lowenbrau folks don’t see it.

  • Yardvark June 15, 2011 (8:53 am)

    These businesses are awesome. Thanks for doing what you do!

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