Golden Road Brewing celebrated Earth Day with an annual beach clean up followed by their 2nd Annual Heal The Bay Pop Up event. The event featured local Los Angeles artists and a percentage of their proceeds went to preserving natural resources.
Guests were able to enjoy Golden Road’s Heal the Bay IPA as well as the Hazy version and both beers contribute a portion of their sales to Heal the Bay.
For 34 years Heal the Bay has been the Southland’s strongest advocate for the ocean and is working a number of ways to improve local waters. Heal the Bay has been campaigning for tough legislation that keeps harmful plastic out of the Pacific, they monitor water quality at 450 California beaches each week and are pushing for local and state regulators to hold polluters accountable for the damage they cause to the water. They also work in a number of other areas to also improve local water, such as advocating for a sensible restoration of the threatened Ballona Wetlands, they picked up their two millionth pound of debris from local beaches in 2016 and are collaborating with Stanford and UCLA to launch a forecasting tool to predict when beaches should be closed because of bacterial pollution. With all that work already being done, there is still so much more to do and you can help out Heal the Bay by donating money and or your time.
For more information, visit: Heal the Bay