Brooklyn NY, Small Business Saturday: Island to Island Brewery will be releasing its “ORIGINE People Power Beer” project in collaboration with SHOP ORIGINE, DMSC, PEOPLE POWER BEER & ACLU.
We’re honoring our pledge to support the Detained Migrant Solidarity Committee’s (DMSC) Fianza Fund and the ACLU People Power movement. People of Aboriginal heritage and indigenous to the Americas are losing rights and being abused by the justice system and USA citizens are angry about about. This is our opportunity to support a community in need and offer real results from organizations that are doing grassroots work.
The “ORIGINE People Power Beer” by Island to Island brewery is a black cake porter expected to release at around 10% ABV. and 10% of proceeds will be donated to help aboriginal people Mr. Trump calls “humbres strong bad men and babies” he thinks are a threat to himself.
Black Cake is a traditional holiday and celebration day cake in Central & Caribbean America – the same region this event will support. The cake is a celebration item that brings people together. Black Cake, also known as Fruit Cake or Rum Cake has a deep rich flavor with a variety of rum soaked candied fruits mixed in to the batter. Our founder and head brewer Danii Oliver crafted this recipe with all the same ingredients of traditional Black Cake using 1886 NY State grains; Owney’s Rum, a woman owned woman distilled rum made in Brooklyn New York blended with Taino Dominican rum.
This beer was brewed with friends and family present! This was the first beer Oliver has brewed since her family celebrated the birth and meeting of a new baby unlike other mothers who have been stripped of their babies by the Trump Administration.
The Fianza Fund is a community-supported bail fund that pays the bails of undocumented people detained by immigration enforcement. In the past, they’ve partnered with Queer Detainee Empowerment to pay the $8000 bond of Joel, a queer Jamaican, Arawak man seeking asylum in the US. Today, they’re raising money for the $7500 bond of Antonio, who sought asylum after fleeing racial discrimination in Honduras and was separated from his family at the border.
November 24th 2018
9:00 PM – 1:00 AM
Hosted by: Adlan Jackson with DJ Gringo
In addition to $10 Donations being collected at the door or online
10% of all bar sales will support the FIANZA FUND
10% of the Origine People Power Beer bottle sales will support the ACLU