Finnegans’ Irish Amber and Blonde Ale don’t just taste good. They fund a foundation that donates healthy food to soup kitchens. Now founder Jacquie Berglund is teaching others how to successfully scale social venture businesses.
New Way to Mix Private Gain, Public Good Posted: 7:06 am Mon, December 30, 2013 By Art Hughes Volunteers (left to right) Stanley Taylor, Jaye Quarterman, and Robert Martinez unpack donated items at the Groveland Food Shelf at Minneapolis’ Plymouth Congregational Church. Finnegans Inc. donates profits from its beer sales to help Minnesota food shelf […]
Sunday, December 8th, 2013 At Finnegan’s Brewery in Minneapolis they like to say they turn beer into food. Making a profit for the last ten years – 100 percent of Finnegan’s profits goes to food banks, which then buy produce from local farmers. Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jT8tXNk7DIs&list=PL6njOThqbIox9OIN_PNyGLkHrN8Xd3Uud
November 2013 By Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl Raise a glass to the woman who quenches drinkers while feeding the hungry. Link here: http://mspmag.com/Eat-And-Drink/Articles/Features/For-Every-Thirst,-A-Beer/
Beer blog Fraters Libertas covers the release of FINNEGANS in cans and the CANvert craft contest.