The House That Beer Built
Crafting a Home and Hope
Celebrating their collaborative industry and shared community commitment, 12 local craft breweries and associated businesses are teaming up to build a Habitat home in Longmont for and in partnership with the Robles family.
The breweries broke ground on the 2nd House that Beer Built in Summer 2018. Throughout the entire process, there will be various fun events at each of the participating breweries that benefit the construction of the home. Your attendance and support will be crucial to this new project's success. This is your opportunity to drink beer for a good cause!
This project was first created in 2013 by Fort Collins Habitat for Humanity, in partnership with their local craft breweries. It was so successful and fun that St. Vrain Habitat is now building a second House That Beer Built with even more breweries engaged (as the industry just keeps growing in Northern CO)!
Meet the Robles Family
Alejandra is a mother of two—a three-year old and a full-time college student. They live in 600 sq. foot, second floor apartment, inconvenient for the younger son who requires in-home therapy. Becoming a Habitat homeowner will provide stability and the confidence that comes with being part of a community. Through a Habitat home, Alejandra will have the ability to plan for her family’s future and the capacity to help others in the community grow.
Alejandra is looking forward to settling into a neighborhood, "When you know who your next door neighbor is,” she explains, “they may be your neighbor for the rest of your life, and that makes them family.”