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Recipe: All Together IPA

Conceived by the brewers at Other Half in Brooklyn, New York, this is a homebrew-size version of their open-source recipe meant to raise funds for out-of-work hospitality professionals. So, brew this beer… then support the cause.

Joe Stange Mar 29, 2020 - 6 min read

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The coronavirus pandemic has hit the hospitality industry hard, as bars, restaurants, and breweries have had to adapt to a situation where most people are staying home. Many have had to lay off workers while jobless numbers hit record highs.

Looking for a way to help, the brewers at Other Half Brewing in Brooklyn, New York, devised a plan: an open-source collaboration beer, in which any brewer can participate and make their own version, with proceeds going to support hospitality workers in dire straits during the pandemic.

To that end, they launched a website——explaining the initiative and offering the recipe. So far, more than 150 breweries across the country have agreed to brew beers based on essentially the same recipe, using proceeds from sales to support the cause either locally or nationally. (Other Half, for example, will donate its proceeds to the Restaurant Workers Community Foundation.)

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