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Crafted for Good

We put our principles into action as we remain actively involved in our community through volunteerism, financial partnerships, and creating a welcoming place for all.

Beers That Build acts as the philanthropic foundation of Wicked Weed, in a variety of ways that help us best serve the communities we live and play in. Through this program, we cultivate relationships with core partnerships focusing on PEOPLE (Food & Housing Insecurity), ENVIRONMENTMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY, EQUITY, and CIVIL SERVICE by investing in our local economy and supporting our fellow neighbors.

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Areas We Give

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People

Helping people meet basic needs (food and housing insecurity)

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Environment

Protecting the places we live, play, and drink beer in.
Learn more about Sustainability.

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Equity

We believe in BEER FOR EVERYONE, and creating a welcoming space for all

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Civil Service

Supporting those who help support others (Veterans, firefighters, & teachers)

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Where We give

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How We Give

Pub Series

$1 per pour of rotating specially brewed beers benefitting local causes

Volunteerism

Giving our time, offering a paid volunteer day for employees each year

CULTIVATED COMMUNITY DINNER SERIES

Cultura's dinner series giving chefs space to highlight their vision and connection to cuisine and passion partners

Distribution SALES

Donating a portion of proceeds to our community partners

Donations

The only thing we love more than making world class beer, food, and crafted products – is sharing these with our community.  We welcome hearing from organizations of all kinds with requests for support, however we are not able to accommodate requests for financial donations at this time as those partnerships are carefully chosen in advance, but we will keep your information on file for the future.

Land Acknowledgment

In the words of our friends at nearby University of North Carolina-Asheville, “Place is an integral part of our identities and carries with it our past, present, and future. A land acknowledgment is a formal statement that recognizes the indigenous peoples and cultures as stewards of the land on which we and our organization now reside.”

Wicked Weed Brewing humbly acknowledges, with respect, that the land we operate on today is the ancestral land of Anigiduwagi, more commonly known as the Cherokee, the Native people, and original stewards of this land.  We, as an organization, understand that there is a need to listen and learn from the Native people of this land. We acknowledge that an act of recognition is only the first step and that history that has often erased indigenous people from the history and story of these lands. With projects like collaborations with 7 Clans Brewing, and ongoing education, we hope to continue to learn from the Eastern Band of the Cherokee, working together to further grow a relationship of respect and reciprocity. We remain committed to our mission of remaining a safe and inclusive space for all, honoring the resiliency of those who came before us and all those who enter this space.