The Rules

Thanks for think­ing of us as you plan your event. Please read these guide­lines before fill­ing out our form.
As much as we’re able, we try to sup­port and help improve com­mu­ni­ties and caus­es near and far. We have to use dis­cre­tion, though, so please review and con­sid­er the fol­low­ing.

  • We require 21 days advance notice for all dona­tions.
  • We donate only to reg­is­tered 501© orga­ni­za­tions, and you will be required to sub­mit a copy of your reg­is­tra­tion doc­u­ment.
  • If your state requires it, you must have a tem­po­rary per­mit (i.e. liquor license) in the name of your non-prof­it to serve any alco­hol for fundrais­ing pur­pos­es at your event. To find out if you need to obtain a tem­po­rary per­mit, please con­tact your local alco­hol reg­u­la­to­ry agency (e.g. Wyoming Depart­ment of Alco­holic Bev­er­age Con­trol).
  • We tread light­ly around polit­i­cal, faith-based, and oth­er sen­si­tive issues.
  • We require a $50 deposit on each keg shell, that is return­able when the keg is returned in good con­di­tion.
    We do not pro­vide the tap itself. That will need to be sourced else­where.
  • The pick­up and return of the donat­ed kegs will need to be arranged ahead of time, so we have the prop­er peo­ple to check out your keg, and give you cred­it for your return.
  • Some­one from your event will be respon­si­ble for pick­ing up, trans­port­ing and stor­ing the beer, as well as return­ing the kegs to our Alpine facil­i­ty. This per­son must be 21 years of age or old­er, and may be required to show proof of age.

Sound like we’re still aligned? Then onward!