Two Roads Brewing Company believes in giving back to our greater community and is proud to support many events and charities. If you are seeking support for a special charitable cause, we need you to complete and submit the information form below for us to consider a donation. Although we would love to donate to all causes, we sometimes have to respectfully decline. We also do not donate to schools (for example, any high school sports team) or functions that cater to children/persons below the age of 21. The following is a list of other requirements:
We will donate beer or non-beer items strictly to charities, not to individuals or any other groups.
The brewery cannot donate beer outside of Connecticut.
All inquiries must be submitted one month in advance of the event, otherwise they will be declined.
Two Roads usually donates to any specific cause or charity no more than once/year.
All requests must be submitted through our website portal. Any letters, emails or phone calls will be directed to fill out the complete form.
We ask that your organization please provide a volunteer to pick up any donations at Two Roads Brewery. Those picking up the beer must provide age verification that they are 21+ and must be authorized to pick it up. Please note that arrangements to pick up donations must be made in advance.
PLEASE READ THIS SECTION ON CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER PROTECTION REGULATIONS:
The state regulations on the donation of beer to charities are lengthy and in some cases prohibitive. In every instance, Two Roads is required to notify the state of any product donations. In most cases in which a charity is pouring beer or is selling the beer as a means of generating revenue for the charity, the law specifically requires the charity to obtain a temporary permit. We STRONGLY recommend that you procure such a permit; it is $50 and the application can be found at the following web link: http://www.ct.gov/dcp/lib/dcp/pdf/applications_added_2015/new_application_-_temporary_permits.pdf
If you have any questions about the state liquor regulations you can go to the following Connecticut government website to get answers: www.cga.ct.gov/current/pub/chap_545.htm