Promoting a Sustainable Ocean
Alaskan Brewing promotes sustainable business and brewing, but we also promote sustainable living.
That’s why Alaskan Brewing is donating 1% of all proceeds from Alaskan Icy Bay IPA to promote the sustainability of the Pacific Ocean and its coastlines.
We are working to protect the health of the Ocean and the waterways that lead to them.
Clean Oceans Depend on Everyone
Alaskan Brewing Co. has committed 1% of all proceeds from Alaskan Icy Bay IPA to support the cleanup of waterways and coastlines in an initiative call the Coastal CODE (Clean Oceans Depend on Everyone). The Coastal CODE provides grants to organizations and activities that promote the health of the Ocean and the waterways that lead to it, the Coastal CODE Fund grants money to projects that promote:
- Beach, Lake or Waterway Cleanup Activities
- Water Habitat Restoration
Who May Apply
- USA established Public Charities (including 501(c ) 3 designated organizations)
- Projects or Campaigns with a designated non-profit fiscal sponsor
- Other Organizations or individuals with a demonstrable charitable purpose (special cases)
The Coastal CODE will not fund:
- Project outside of the U.S.
- Grant request that do not respect cultural integrity, especially of Native peoples
- Grant request that do not respect responsible use of natural resources
- Litigation, endowments, capital campaigns or land acquisition
- Requests asking for overhead or infrastructure cost
- Activities that involve youth community members
Solicited Proposals must be short and include the following:
A project or program summary (not to exceed four pages) detailing:
- History of the organization;
- Description of the project, goals, objectives, and provisions for;
- Total organizational budget, detailed project/program budget including use of TOE grant;
- Other sources of funding and collaborating organizations;
- Expected outcomes and completion date;
- A copy of the organization’s (or its fiscal sponsor’s) proof of non-profit status (except under special circumstances).
Grant requests and inquiries should be directed to email@example.com
The Coastal CODE Advisory Committee chooses a select group of non-profits to work with each year. The Committee meets once a year to make granting decisions. The proposal deadline to be qualified for the coming year’s partnership is September 1st
Icy Bay IPA
Yep, it’s COLD
The surfers who ride the waves around Yakutat and Icy Bay have to be prepared for all of the extremes that come with Alaska’s maritime climate. That can mean air temperatures well below freezing, and water temperatures not too much higher. It’s sometimes called blue face surfing, and it requires a special breed of adventurer to seek out the rugged shorelines that yield the best breaks.
Alaskan Icy Bay IPA comes from the heritage of a beer brewed to endure the long ocean journey from England to India, with a bold taste, brisk bitter bite, and a citrus hoppy aroma. For the surfers who venture into the cold waters of Icy Bay, it’s a beer to match the intensity of a remote ride on a wave breaking on a solitary Alaskan beach.
Alaskan Icy Bay IPA is made from glacier-fed water and a blend of Summit, Bravo, Calypso, Apollo and Cascade hops and premium two-row pale and specialty malts. Our water originates in the 1,500-square-mile Juneau Ice Field and from more than 90 inches of rainfall each year.
Alaskan Icy Bay IPA – Making a difference, one beer at a time
Since the creation of the Coastal CODE in 2007, over 1 million pounds of trash have been removed from cleanup efforts made possible by the CODE. Beaches and waterways from Alaska to California and now the Gulf to the Midwest can all benefit from this beer with a cause.