Pike Gives Back
All of us at Pike Brewing Company are proud to live and brew here in the Seattle area and that’s why we’ve made giving back an integral part of our business. Some of the ways we regularly contribute to our community include:
Pike’s signature charitable events benefit local nonprofits, raising tens of thousands of dollars each year. Currently, Women In Beer supports Planned Parenthood of the Greater Northwest & Hawaiian Islands and Chocofest benefits the Washington Trails Association.
Proceeds from 'cause beers' support important non-profits, such as Morning After Pale ( benefits Planned Parenthood of The Great Northwest and Hawaiian Islands ) Octopus Ink Black IPA (benefits Puget Soundkeeper) Pike No.4 Session IPA (benefits Ales for ALS) and Pike Place Ale (benefits the Pike Place Market Foundation).
Founding member of the Post Alley Project. Pike Brewing Company re-opened and maintains the Post Alley Park as a part of our goal to activate and improve Seattle’s Post Alley.
In-kind donations of beer to countless local nonprofit organizations and to beer festivals that support nonprofits.
As a highly visible brewery, Pike Brewing Company receives solicitations for donations and sponsorships daily. As a small, independently owned brewery we choose to make in-kind donations with a focus on human service and arts organizations. We do not contribute to religious groups, athletic teams or schools.
Please complete this form if your nonprofit is seeking an in-kind donation from Pike Brewing Company. Please make your request at least 4 weeks in advance.