Clean rivers mean quality beer

“The Earth is what we all have in common.” — Wendell Berry

Earth Day is for Beer Lovers and this year you can show your love for our Mother with a river cleanup and Reformation beer in hand.

Did you know that most beer is more than 90% water? Great beer relies on quality care and conservation of our waterways, and this April we’re proud to support the efforts of the Upper Etowah River Alliance and Wander North Georgia in preserving this natural resource and key ingredient to the quality beer we love.


(1) Join us and our friends from Wander North Georgia on Saturday, April 21 for a river cleanup and pub crawl through downtown Clayton and get Earth Day kicked off up close and personal with our waterways and the beers they inspire.


(2) Bring the whole crew out for an Earth Day river cleanup at Old Rope Mill Park in Woodstock on Sunday, April 22 then follow along as we raise a glass together at the brewery in celebration of Upper Etowah River Alliance.

We may not have the resources to align with every good cause, but we can stand proudly by a few. Reformation Stands connects with select charities each year in order to develop deeper relationships, and further invest our passion and people into meaningful causes that make a difference in the communities we serve.

Rooted in service.

“Joy is the simplest form of gratitude.” Reformation Stands is propelled by the joy of the story to set all gifts free. We are intentional in our support of events, causes, and projects, and we give priority to those who align with our values and efforts to set beer free.

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