Gone are the days when Marble, or any other local craft brewery, could simply throw a big party on the patio and raise funds for worthy charitable causes. That does not mean, however, that giving back to the community has gone away with the pandemic. It just means that marketing and events coordinator Geraldine Lucero and the rest of the team at 111 Marble had to get a little more creative.
“You are right when you say that we can’t throw a party, because I’ve been wanting to throw a party so bad. I feel it in my bones,” she said with a laugh.
“We’re pivoting. We have a couple of big projects (that were originally) lined up in 2019. One being the Starlight Wheat Ale that we brewed for our El Paso market, benefiting the Stars Scholarship, which we learned about through our distributor, L&F, in El Paso. Their former president created the scholarship in 2002 and they have b
Source: NM Dark Side Brew Crew
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