The Left Way

Community Involvement

Do the right thing!

Giving back to the community where we live is nothing new for Left Hand Brewing Company. Since opening the brewery doors in 1993, Left Hand Brewing leadership, Eric Wallace and Dick Doore, have understood the value of being active in the community and contributing positively to the community that they call home. From health and basic needs, to natural disasters, to dogs and cats, arts and entertainment, and so many other important organizations, Left Hand Brewing strives to voluntarily contribute the equivalent of 1% of our annual revenues to charitable organizations world-wide.

Team Left Hand

Team Left Hand Brewing is a fundraising team of employees and friends dedicated to solving the riddle that is multiple sclerosis. Since 2008, the National team of more than 600 riders & volunteers has raised more than $3.8 million for the National MS Society. Team Left Hand is dedicated to fighting multiple sclerosis and wants to continue helping the National MS Society fund research, advocate for change, and help people with MS and their families live their best lives. To learn more about our teams fighting MS across the country and to get involved, please visit www.teamlefthand.com. 

Left Hand Brewing Foundation

Founded in Left Hand’s 23rd year, the Left Hand Brewing Foundation (LHBF) is committed to brewing a stronger community where we work, live and play. The LHBF supports primary needs, community support groups, arts & cultural activities, housing projects, medical research & responds to issues and emergencies in the Longmont community and beyond.

Need assistance? See the LHBF Granting Guidelines. If you meet the criteria, please don’t hesitate to fill out the LHBF Grant Application. For more information, please direct any inquiries to Info@LHBFoundation.org.

High Five Events

The Left Hand Brewing Foundation hosts 4 awesome community events right here in our hometown of Longmont! From a 3 story rail jam to the nation’s premiere Nitro tasting event, we bring a unique beer experience for all. All of the High Five events benefit local organizations. Our beneficiary partners over the years include: Left Hand Brewing Foundation, SOS Outreach, Arts Longmont, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Safe Shelter of the St. Vrain, Meals on Wheels, The Inn Between of Longmont, and more.