Now you can turn beer in Glasgow into water in Malawi


Glasgow craft beer fans will help provide clean water to up 1 million people in Malawi, thanks to a new partnership between Brewgooder and Glasgow restaurant group, Kained Holdings. Brewgooder is now available on tap or can across Kained’s eight venues. Brewgooder is a Scottish craft beer that donates 100% of its profits to clean water charities.

Look for Brewgooder at The Crafty Pig, Lebowskis, The Drugstore Social, The Finnieston, Porter & Rye, The Kelbourne Saint and The Duchess of Argyll.

James Kemp of Kained Holdings said: “We’ve been watching Brewgooder for a while now. We loved their story and the cause, and it soon became clear that we shared similar values like honesty and community, so bringing them on board as a brand was an easy decision. Not only that, but the product is a great quality, easy-drinking lager that our customers will really enjoy.”

Alan Mahon, co-founder of Brewgooder, said: “Glasgow’s pub scene is one of the most thriving and dynamic in the UK and Kained Holdings has established itself as a major player in the city’s hospitality trade. Partnering with Kained allows us to bring Brewgooder to a new audience who not only appreciate great -tasting beer but also support our cause and ultimate ambition to provide 1 million people with clean drinking water.”

Brewgooder is brewed in partnership with BrewDog at its Ellon brewery, at zero margin. All profits are donated to the Brewgooder Foundation whose trustees are made up of founders Alan Mahon, Josh Littlejohn, and BrewDog founders James Watt and Martin Dickie.

Further information about Brewgooder is available here.