1 Hotel Central Park 1 Promise Ingredients First Keeping NYC Beautiful 1 Brew At A Time Share Article: The New York Restoration Project and The Bronx Brewery have a history of working together on amazing projects. They might seem like an unlikely pair, but their shared love for New York City’s Bronx community undeniably unites them. The Brewery sponsors Twigs & Swigs, a monthly neighborhood greening project with a social twist- including delicious local beer! The team at The Brewery even joins NYRP volunteers across the five boroughs to get their hands dirty then celebrate all the hard work with a happy hour. Important for NYC’s neighborhoods, fun for volunteers! Through this partnership, The Bronx Brewery released Bronx Banner this fall, their newest beer, made with The Bronx community in mind. We all know there’s nothing like a cold beer on a crisp fall day, but it gets even better: for every case of Bronx Banner beer sold, The Bronx Brewery will donate 5% of proceeds to NYRP to further their mission of enhancing the quality of life in New York City by restoring and revitalizing open spaces in under-resourced communities. Cheers to making our local communities greener and more sustainable! Of course with all this incredible work, each day should end each with a refreshing, local brew. Share Article: Other Articles You May Enjoy Intentional Gift Giving The holiday season is a perfect time of year to share gifts that both reflect your values and inspire others to go green. Here are some ideas on how to shop sustainably and ethically for gifts, and how you could encourage sustainable behavior of friends and family... View Story Tagged as 1 Promise Giving Back & Doing Good this Holiday Season (and Every Day) Doing all the good we can is part of our company culture, and this holiday season we wanted to share some of the small ways we've been giving back. View Story Tagged as 1 Promise Our People We did some good and had some fun We held a Howloween Yappy Hour benefitting our friends at The Sato Project View Story Tagged as 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge Daylife To minimize the use of plastic in your own life, look around your home and work to identify plastic items. From there, seek to find alternatives.