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All Profits For Rivers

Many Rivers Brewing Public Benefit Corporation (PBC)

Many Rivers is founded on a philanthropic philosophy of donating all of our profits to charitable causes. 100% of the profits from the brewing of high-quality craft beer will be donated to protecting and conserving rivers. The outcome of donating our profits to rivers is to preserve the role that rivers play in our communities into the future by helping people connect to their rivers and enhancing river habitats.

Our philosophy is simple:

We focus on making darn good beer and use the profits for a good cause. We are keeping it local and simple. Our beer is brewed in Grand Junction, CO and initially, is being distributed in the same western Colorado region. Once we’ve perfected this market we’ll expand production and sales to other markets throughout Colorado, Arizona, and the West. With Many Rivers’ craft beer, you will not only enjoy the taste of darn good beer but also know the big difference you’re making for rivers.

Listen to our founder, Tim Carlson, talk about what we do in this Colorado Public Radio interview.

Did you know…

the Colorado River is at the top of the endangered list; a vital resource which provides 30 million Americans with drinking water. Drinking beer can help support our rivers...so go fill up that empty glass.


Cenosillicaphobia is the fear of an empty beer glass.

At 1,450 miles long, the Colorado River is the sixth longest in the nation, passing through seven states and two nations.


The Colorado provides drinking water for 30 million Americans and also helps grow 90% of the nation’s winter vegetables.

There are 400 different types of beer in the world.


In America, 40% of the rivers and 46% of the lakes are polluted and are considered unhealthy for swimming, fishing or aquatic life.

Citation: 1,450  |  90%  |  400  |  46%

“A river seems a magic thing. A magic, moving, living part of the very earth itself.”

- Laura Gilpin

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