Tractor Brewing Company is known for its work in the community, and this year is no different. Tractor established Beer for a Better Burque or “BBB” in 2014 to facilitate giving to the many vital non-profits functioning in New Mexico. This year marks the sixth annual BBB Program, and with it comes a new crop of local non-profits that Tractor is proud to announce with the new decade.
Carrie Tingley Hospital Foundation, Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico, Partnership for Community Action and Blackout Theatre Company are the four benefiting organizations for this calendar year. Tractor Brewing Company is excited to begin maximizing these partnerships by raising community awareness, hosting special events year round with the BBB partners, and brewing a unique beer for each non-profit, a dollar of which goes directly back to them.
“Working with our non-profits is one of the most rewarding aspects of my position,” said Jeremy Kinter, Events and Marketing Director for Tractor. “Being able to make our guests aware of these organizations and to see just how much they are working for the community is something that I look forward to every year.”
Tractor guests can support these partners through:
Participating in monthly Tuesday coin giving nights where you get to choose which of the four partners receives a dollar for each beer you buy.
Attending unique and exciting special events produced throughout the year with the BBB partners.
Purchasing a craft beer made specially for each of the partners, rotating throughout the year. One dollar is donated for each pint served.
Mark your calendars and come out to support Tractor’s BBB partners at all five locations throughout Albuquerque and Los Lunas.
To learn more about the Beer for a Better Burque Program visit www.getplowed.com/beer-better-