Legitimate Hustle Pale Ale
Meaningful Craft Beer Collaboration In Duluth
We are super happy to announce the second brew from The Duluth Experience Collaboration Brew Program!
That’s right! For this brew, we teamed up with our friend, Alex “Coke” Chocholousek at The Fitger’s Brewhouse to craft The Legitimate Hustle Pale Ale, a classic North Shore-style pale ale brewed with kveik yeast to give it a fun, fruity finish.
Most importantly tho… proceeds from the sale of The Legitimate Hustle Pale Ale will support Life House’s mission to reconnect homeless and street youth to their dreams. All of the net proceeds from The Legitimate Hustle Pale Ale will be donated to Life House. Specifically, the funds will be used to help complete the construction (already underway) of a classroom and retail space for Life House’s Legitimate Hustle Program which gives youth an opportunity to safely earn money while learning entrepreneurial and employment skills. It’s something we can all get behind.
Join us on Friday, August 30th for The Legitimate Hustle Pale Ale Release Party at The Barrel Room! C’mon down for some great beer and great music… all for a great cause.
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Learn About Life House And Their Work
Life House provides homeless and street youth ages 14-24 with unconditional support, transitional housing, and a safe alternative to the streets. Incorporated in 1991, Life House has been providing this critical community service for 25 years. Life House serves approximately 750 unduplicated youth and additionally their young children annually. In 1996, Life House opened the first transitional living facility for homeless youth in Minnesota.
In 2005, Life House implemented the Futures Program to help youth overcome barriers to achieving self-sufficiency by providing on-site programming in education and employment. In 2009, the Life House began providing mental health services through the drop-in center. In 2013, Life House was selected as one of four agencies statewide, under the Safe Harbor Act, to provide safe housing to sexually exploited and trafficked minors.
The Life House staff of 37 full-time employees is comprised of a close-knit team of professionals including an LICSW, an LADC, licensed teachers, MSWs, BSWs, as well as staff equally credentialed in the first-hand experience of homelessness. Life House strives to recruit a diverse team in terms of race, gender, age, sexual orientation, and cultural background. Clients participate in the hiring process to ensure new staff possess the innate ability to relate to street youth.