We detest invisible barriers that stop people being able to live their lives as they want. It drove us to brew awesome‑tasting, award‑winning beers. Apart from our beer bringing people together, it’s also the vehicle we use to get our message out about our mission. We created Sheep in Wolf's Clothing to break down the barriers, celebrate real people and champion diversity. We rebel against the ‘how it’s always been’ brigade.
One of our goals is to open the most accessible pub in the UK and proactively hire from those underrepresented in the working world. We support causes and charities that champion breaking down these barriers.
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We are founded on three values, and these are not negotiable:
Inclusivity | community | sustainability
We have been inclusive since day one by providing a range of alcohol options from no to low to full-strength. This attitude passes over onto how we treat people and our mission to open a fully accessible chain of brewpubs and employ people marginalised in the working world due to physical and/or neurological diversity.
Community is critical and the Covid-19 pandemic really highlighted this. Through community we are working to try and bring people together, and actively support groups doing the same. We also work to raise mental health awareness under this value as community is so important for this.
We make the most sustainable decisions we can afford at each step and are working towards our dream of opening a chain of sustainable brewpubs, not just inclusive and accessible. Protecting the environment is critical to how we operate and our future, all our futures.
GROUPS WE SUPPORT
We are proud to sponsor the Hackney Gladies Rugby Club (pictured above) who are both awesome and embody our values. We are also super proud to have brewed Blue Balls in partnership Edinburgh Blue Balls. A group working to support others around the art of cold water submersion! Pictured below are some of their incredible members.
We are incredibly proud to support the Coven Brewsters through sales of Lumber Jill IPA. Through their amazing founder Pip Young, they are working hard to ensure beer is open and safe for all, primarily at festivals where they work to ensure women+ are safe, welcome and can enjoy a pint without worry. They are awesome.
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