Beer is one of our passions. Here are some others.
The Friends of VA Puget Sound Fisher House
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A portion of the net proceeds from every Mens Room Original Red sold goes to helping support the families of our military vets through the VA Puget Sound Fisher House and JBLM Fisher Houses. The Mens Room Original Red is brewed for The Mens Room Radio Show on 99.9 KISW The Rock of Seattle.


They also were beneficiaries of the proceeds from Elysian Brewing’s 20th Anniversary event in 2016

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
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We are so excited to partner with Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center for GPBF this year. Elysian and Fred Hutch began a partnership five years ago through Obliteride, an annual bike ride where every rider-raised dollar goes toward lifesaving research at Fred Hutch. Building on the relationship, we continued to support Fred Hutch through Base2Space, which allows people an opportunity to climb up the Space Needle and raise funds for cancer research. And, earlier this year, we joined Fred Hutch again for Slayride Banked Slalom, a race on the slopes of Stevens Pass to generate even more dollars for the organization. When we decided, for the first time in the 13 years of GPBF, to look for a partner to join us in this event, we looked no further than Fred Hutch. We are incredibly proud to say that 100% of the proceeds of GPBF will be provided to Fred Hutch in our joint and continued quest to search for the cure.

Seattle Pride
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Elysian first opened its doors in Capitol Hill in 1996 with the intention of being a brewery that welcomes all people. Twenty-one years later, that foundation of inclusivity has blossomed into four community-focused restaurants and breweries, all of which were shaped in the image of their diverse employees and the communities in which they serve. Especially Capitol Hill, their original location, and the epicenter of the LGBT community in Seattle. They are proud to stand here today with Pride, and every day in Seattle, with the LGBT community – because together we are indivisible. Here’s to progress, here’s to you.