Nectar Ales to Host Statewide Beach Cleanup
Nectar Ales has announced a bold effort to clean up California’s beaches. The California-born brewery will host a series of 7 beach clean-ups throughout California in April to coincide with Earth Day celebrations.
These beach clean ups will be open to the public and take place on various beaches from San Diego to San Francisco. A representative from Nectar Ales will be on hand to lead the efforts as well as reward volunteers with brewery gear. Additionally, Nectar Ales will be hosting after parties at nearby locations featuring specials on Nectar Ales and a chance to obtain Nectar promotional items.
“We feel that Earth Day is all about doing something good for our planet and we hope that our efforts will spur others to help in their own way, “said Nectar Ales owner David Walker.
Nectar Ale’s Beach Clean Up Dates, Locations and Times are as follows:
10am, 4/10/10, Ocean Beach San Diego CA
10am 4/10/10, Bolsa Chica State Beach Huntington Beach CA
9am 4/17/10 Lead Better Beach, Santa Barbra CA
10am 4/17/10 Avila Pier, Avila Beach CA
10am 4/18/10, Stairwell 17 Ocean Beach, San Francisco CA
9am 4/18/10, Ventura Pier, Ventura CA
Nectar Ales, now brewed in Paso Robles, CA, was started in 1987 and is a true pioneer in craft brewing. The brewery produces Red Nectar, Nectar IPA and Hemp Ale and distributes its beers throughout California, Arizona, Oregon and Washington. Nectar Ales focuses on utilizing sustainable practices and putting an emphasis on the environment. The brewery is also a proud supporter of local organizations like The Surfrider Foundation, Project Surf Camp, and Amp Surf.