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May 12, 2017, Friday - This Pour's for 4(th Gen)! at Day Block Brewing

Time: 4 PM - 6 PM

Location: Day Block Brewing Company, 1103 Washington Avenue S

This Pour's for 4(th Gen)!

Drink a RyBock, Change the World

A special release of a limited-edition beer inspired by R.T. Rybak– the RyBock, with such a fitting last name for a beer it could not be passed up. Brewed with plenty of rye & fermented with a German Bock yeast. This maibock comes with a twist - 50 lbs of maple syrup to be exact.

To celebrate, Day Block will donate $1/RyBock purchase to The Minneapolis Foundation in support of their Fourth Generation program. Join us for happy hour, drink a RyBock, and help us change the world!


What’s this Fourth Generation Program?

The Fourth Generation engages emerging philanthropists to learn the skills of smart giving and pool their resources to make a greater impact in the comm...unity than they could alone. Every year, Fourth Generation members vote to choose a local issue, research it together, and make grants to nonprofits.

In the past six years, Fourth Generation has granted nearly $225,000 to local nonprofits that are making positive change on issues such as mental health, youth homelessness, food justice, and services for aging Minnesotans. Learn more about the program:


Meet the Maple Syrup Suppliers

Doo Little Syrup, LLC. is a family owned and operated maple syrup farm. They operate on 120 acres of land in northern Wisconsin. Each year, 1,500 maple trees are tapped in order to provide fresh maple syrup. A reverse osmosis system is used to remove water from the sap to create this special, local product.