We would be doing an injustice to the community we serve (and live in) by engaging in business with someone who does not accept our role in society and expresses a rhetoric of hate and ignorance towards us. On a personal level, if I did, one of the things that scares me the most is sending the wrong message to my daughters. We are active members of this immigrant community and we need to stand up for ourselves, and more importantly, for those who do not have the voice or means to do so. The very foundation of the United States of America was built on acceptance and inclusion. That is what drew us here, and that´s what why we feel so strongly about this. As a company, an integral part of our vision reads that we are “not only based in, but also look to promote a strong and positive image of Latin America, its heritage and people.” It would be hypocritical of us to sustain the relationship.
— Andrés Araya, founder

Bullies aren't leaders

A brewery has no business meddling in politics, right? Probably so, but this hit very close to home for us.

We decided to take a stance against racism, misogyny, bigotry & ignorance. Quite possibly too small to make any real difference, but our protest is real.

we would like to stand up to those who promote hate and fear. Fear is not the American way of life, so together let us tackle extremism and any ideology that divides people instead of uniting them.

This beer is the result of a simple act that snowballed into a surprising phenomenon thanks to the support and love of all of our communities.

This is our humblest beer, brewed as an easy refresher - an unobtrusive companion to the joys of life.

It's ironic, perhaps that it has come to stand for more than that, but on the other hand, maybe its a tasty reminder for what all of us are looking for, whoever we are and wherever we come from.

Enjoy it totalmente.