Making AirWaves: Good People hosting 6th annual Riverkeeper benefit

From last year’s AirWave festival, via blackwarriorriver.org

The AirWave Festival is back! The festival, scheduled for Saturday, March 25, to benefit local riverkeeper organizations Black Warrior , Coosa, and Cahaba Riverkeeper is hosted again this year by Good People Brewing Company.

Lauren McCurdy, director of marketing at Good People, explains why the brewery is so proud to support local water sources: “water is an essential ingredient to producing a great beer. We rely on educators and advocates like Black Warrior, Cahaba, and Coosa Riverkeeper to help us make our beer the highest quality it can be.”

via mygreenbirmingham.com

The free event will feature food trucks and dozens of both visual and music artists. Donations, proceeds from beer sales, sponsorships, and merchandise sales will all go to support Alabama’s riverkeeper organizations.  See you on March 25th.

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