Green Tour 2015

GOODWILL. GOOD VIBES. GREAT LAKES.

In April and May of 2015, we're partnering with non-profit environmental organizations in 15 cities to get our hands dirty and do our small part in spreading good vibes. In each city, we're sponsoring a unique cleanup event and hosting an awesome after-party for our volunteers and friends. 

This April to celebrate the launch of our Green Tour we're releasing a new Spring Variety Pack featuring four new GLBC beers. Proceeds from sales of this package will benefit the deserving partner organizations you'll find here.

Preview this year's Green Tour, sign up to volunteer, and make sure you share photos of your own green deeds at FriendsofGLBC.com for a chance to win a prize. 

REGISTRATION WILL OPEN IN MID-MARCH. PLEASE CHECK IN SOON FOR MORE DETAILS.

Tour Cities

Tour Info

  • OUR PARTNERS

    OUR PARTNERS

    GLBC representatives in each of our participating cities have teamed up with a unique non-profit environmental organization. In addition to establishing a green partnership with GLBC, partner organizations will receive proceeds from sales of GLBC's 2015 Spring Variety Pack. To find out how you can get involved with your city’s partner organization, select your city above.
  • CELEBRATE

    CELEBRATE

    Our Green Tour isn’t just about hard work. Each stop on the Green Tour will host an after party with drink specials, giveaways, and more surprises for our hard-working helpers.
  • GREEN BEER

    GREEN BEER

    Green Beer Green Beer This April, look for our new limited edition Spring Variety Pack where GLBC beer is sold. A portion of proceeds from this Variety Pack will benefit our Green Tour partners. The pack contains: Truth, Justice and the American Ale Session IPA, Lawn Seat Kolsch, High Striker Single, and Holy Moses White Ale.

Featured Events

  • Washington D.C.

    Casey Trees is a non-profit organization established in 2001 to restore, enhance, and protect the tree canopy of Washington, D.C. The organization plants trees, engages volunteers in tree planting and care, offers an education program open to the public, monitors the District’s tree canopy, and advocates and plans for the urban forest.

  • Philadelphia, PA

    The Fairmount Park Conservancy works as a collaborative partner to lead and support efforts which preserve and improve the Fairmount Park system in order to enhance the quality of life and stimulate economic development of the Greater Philadelphia Region. These efforts include capital projects, neighborhood park stewardship and programs throughout the 10,200 acres of Fairmount Park.