Denver's Spangalang Pours on Support For Back-To-School Staff

imageFrom Spangalang:

(Denver, CO) – The founders of Denver’s Spangalang Brewery have started a

special “buy one, get one free” offer for all K-12 teachers and school staff.

Now through the end of August 2016, school faculty that present their valid

school ID when ordering a beer at Spangalang Brewery’s tasting room will

receive a complimentary second beer.

“Teachers and school staff do some of life’s most important work,” says

Spangalang co-founder Taylor Rees, “yet they are underpaid & don’t get the

community support they deserve. With our Back to School Beer Special, we’re

honoring their efforts by treating them to a few great beers to start off the year.”

“We have parents who are educators and a couple of us have wives in

education,” says Spangalang co-founder Darren Boyd. “So we’ve seen firsth and

how hard they work and how tough their jobs can be.”

“We also know,” Boyd adds, “that while teachers appreciate apples and pencils,

what many of them really like is a good craft beer. A delicious no-charge

Spangalang beer is a great way to say ‘thanks’ to a hard-working educator.”

Spangalang Brewery is located at 2736 Welton Street in Denver. It was founded

in April 2015 by former Great Divide Brewery brewers Taylor Rees, Austin Wiley

and Darren Boyd. The brewery crafts world-class beer for locals and celebrates

the past and present culture of its historic Five Points neighborhood.

Spangalang earned numerous “best new brewery of 2015” honors and several

other honors in its first year. Its beers have also won significant accolades,

including gold medals at the 2015 Great American Beer Festival and the 2016

World Beer Cup for the brewery’s Belgian-style table beer, Sugarfoot.

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