Drink beer and help earthquake recovery at Saturday's Crawl 4 Nepal

Drink beer and help earthquake recovery at Saturday's Crawl 4 Nepal
Phantom Carriage is one location participating in this weekend's beer crawl, which is an event to help raise relief funds for the Nepal earthquake. (Julie Verive)

Local craft breweries and beer bars have rallied together to raise money to support the relief efforts in Nepal, and you can help the cause by simply buying a pint Saturday during the Crawl 4 Nepal.

The fundraising effort spans three counties where each of the 25 participating locations will designate one of their taps as the "donation beer" for the day. All proceeds from sales of these beers will be donated by the establishments to Global Giving's Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund.


The event was organized by a group of local beer bloggers Nick Gingold, Cleo Tobbi and Kelly Erickson. In a blog post about organizing the event Gingold says, "The support for this event has been nothing short of amazing, in the 2 weeks since we began organizing we've seen the craft beer community come together, like it always does, to do some good in the world."

The still-growing list of participating locations reads like a who's-who of the Southland beer scene and includes:

  • Eagle Rock Brewery
  • Golden Road Brewing
  • Mohawk Bend
  • Tony’s Darts Away
  • Sunset Beer Company
  • The Rookery Ale House
  • Ritual Brewing Co.
  • Barley Forge Brewing Co.
  • Sanctum Brewing Co.
  • Beach City Brewery
  • Bottle Logic Brewing
  • Phantom Carriage
  • Blue Palms Brewhouse
  • Three Weavers Brewing Co.
  • King Harbor Brewing Co.
  • Far Bar Little Tokyo
  • Noble Ale Works
  • The Lost Knight
  • Select Beer Store
  • City Tavern DTLA
  • Hangar 24
  • 38 Degrees Ale House & Grill
  • Barbara’s at the Brewery
  • Alosta Brewing Co.

Visit the events page for all of the details, and get out there and drink for a good cause.