2018 Brewers Philanthropy Award Nomination
The Cincinnati Community ToolBank has recognized a Tri-State Brewery for their civic leadership, collaboration, and community impact with the BPA since 2014. This award reflects the values of the ToolBank and its commitment to empowering social capital to increase collective impact in our communities.

Nominations are open until October 2018. Finalists will be announced in early October with newsletters and social media posts and shares about their brews and charitable efforts leading to their nominations.

Finalists will receive artful trophies made by modern metal artist and sculptor, Nicolas Yust, of Yust Gallery.

Winners will host the unique, handcrafted 75 lbs. BPA trophy for one year. At the end of that year the winning brewery receives their own one of a kind hand crafted trophy made by blacksmith, artist, Chris Daniel of Blue Hell Studio.

The winner will be announced by trophy ceremony at the Cincinnati ToolBank's Haunted Hammers & Ales fundraiser Saturday October 27th, 2018 at MadTree Brewing Company. As host location, and winner of the 2015 BPA, MadTree has chosen to abstain from participation in the nomination process.

Who will you nominate to be recognized for building up our communities with big hearts and great brews?

Email address *
Which brewery would you like to nominate? *
One nomination per person/e-mail will be counted. Don't see your favorite charitable brewery here? Write in's are welcome, just check the box marked other and tell us who you nominate in the tell us why section below. Breweries who are not listed will be added after they receive at least five nominations.
Which of the following areas do they excel? *
Tell Us Why You Think They Are Awesome!
Examples might be about: The company, the beer, the staff, events...
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In 1000 words or less give us a three examples of why you feel your nominee should win the 2018 Brewers Philanthropy Award. *
Links to events and articles help to verify the charitable efforts of your favorite brewery. Examples might include: charitable giving, hosting charity events, dedication to a cause, community building, bridging differences to build stronger communities...
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