Ben & Jerry’s and New Belgium Brewing Co. are coming together to not only please beer and ice cream lovers of the world, but to also raise awareness about reducing the effects of climate change on our beloved winter season.
Join us for a night of music, climate activism, art, craft beer and ice cream as we officially kick off the collaboration in Cleveland, OH.
This is an RSVP only event! Must be 21+ **RSVP’s welcome day of show!**
Saturday, November 14, 2015
Doors at 6:00pm
Canopy Collective: 3910 Lorain Ave, Cleveland, OH 44113
We go together like…beer and ice cream! Don’t believe us? Try our exclusive pairings menu, featuring combinations of New Belgium brews poured over Ben & Jerry’s flavors.
Call, email, tweet and write your governor while you’re enjoying a pairing. We will supply everything to write your governor a letter so you can tell them; “I support the Clean Power Plan!”
About the Collaboration
As Fellow B Corporations beholden to stakeholders, including the earth, our communities and the environment, New Belgium Brewing and Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream are excited to announce a partnership designed to please palates and raise awareness. New Belgium has developed a special release ice cream-inspired beer called Salted Caramel Brownie Brown Ale, which hit markets in the fall of 2015. Both like-minded businesses have long championed similar causes such as minimizing carbon pollution and supporting sustainable agriculture.
About the Clean Power Plan
We’re throwing the party… but it’s up to YOU to take action –which is now more important than ever! The Environmental Protection Agency recently released new standards for coal-fired power plants, dubbed the Clean Power Plan, which, for the first time, will limit dangerous carbon pollution. But these pollution limits are threatened, and we must act to defend and support them. Our friends at POW have made it easy for you to stand up for winter and the winter sports you love, by contacting your governor and telling them you support the Clean Power Plan. It’s as simple a dialing, emailing, tweeting or writing your governor. Tell them you care about winter, and that you support the Clean Power Plan!
Canopy is a multi-layered creative space featuring a shop filled with an eclectic assortment of hand-made and hand-picked items. Canopy also currently houses six resident artists in private studio spaces, hosts fine art gallery shows, as well as a wide variety of events spanning all artistic disciplines. Space at Canopy is also available for classes, workshops, film screenings, photo shoots, lectures, and more.