Reuben’s Brews & Rudy’s Barbershop Collaborate On Good Hair Day Cans

Reuben’s Brews & Rudy’s Barbershop Collaborate On Good Hair Day CansFrom Reuben’s Brews:

“Rudy’s has, from day one, always been focused on community. What better way to celebrate this than to create a beer that hits on our Seattle roots by partnering with Reuben’s, and at the same time supporting the LGBTQ community,” said Danny Segal, director of marketing and brand at Rudy’s. “While a beer partnership might seem unlikely for a barbershop, we’ve never been ones to do what’s expected and that’s how we’ve stayed fresh.”

Rudy’s Barbershop opened its first shop in the heart of Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood in 1993 and now has shops in six states, including 15 locations in Washington. With deep roots in Seattle and a “little different” approach in creating an engaging and comfortable sense of place, Rudy’s knew that these sensibilities synced up with Reuben’s Brews own approach. The brewery, also founded in Seattle, is family-owned and operated, and was born out of a passion for home brewing that drives a focus on making small batches of a wide variety of top quality brews.

A portion of the proceeds from the beer will be donated to Equal Rights Washington and its work supporting the LGBTQ community. A Good Hair Day launch event is planned at Reuben’s Brews’ popular Ballard taproom. Rudy’s Barbershop stylists will be on hand starting at noon to serve up buzzcuts, bang trims and fresh fades all while the Reuben’s Brews team serves up pints of Good Hair Day and more.

WHEN: Saturday, June 9, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
WHERE: 5010 14th Ave NW

The beer will be distributed throughout Oregon and Washington in both 16 ounce cans and on draft, including at all of the Rudy’s Barbershop locations.

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