Craft Brewer Partners with Jacksonville Area Legal Aid | Jax Daily Record | Jacksonville Daily Record
For the first time in Northeast Florida’s history, you can drink a beer to help someone who has a civil legal problem but can’t afford legal representation.
Jacksonville Area Legal Aid receives a portion of the proceeds from the sale of a new product from Intuition Ale Works that is sold in the downtown craft brewer’s dining room.
“What’s not to like about this partnership? We are so grateful and so thirsty for this one-of-a-kind support. It’s the coolest thing there is, ”said Jim Kowalski, CEO of Legal Aid.
The Limited Edition IPA will also be available September 10-29 to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the Sing Out Loud Festival in St. Johns County, as well as six-packs featuring the JALA logo in select stores.
Founded in 2010 in Jacksonville by owner and brewer Ben Davis, Intuition Ale Works was the first local craft brewery to canning its products.
The festival takes place every weekend from September 10-26 with free performances at the St. Augustine Amphitheater and other venues. The lineup includes a variety of musical styles including R&B, bluegrass, hip-hop and indie rock.
Parquet Courts, a headliner of the festival, has chosen to donate a portion of the ticket sales to JALA from a performance on September 18.
JALA is a non-profit civil legal aid law firm focused on providing economic, social and housing justice to low-income and at-risk individuals and families.