Lincoln Brewery and Skateboard Shop Collaborate on Special Beer | To eat
A Lincoln Brewery and a local skate shop are teaming up to raise money for skate parks.
Cosmic Eye and Precision Skateboards plan to officially release their collaboration beer, Don’t Bail on the Crail Amber Ale, on Sunday as part of a fundraiser for the Lincoln Skatepark Association.
The group formed earlier this year with the goal of raising money for a new public skate park in Lincoln. Precision Skateboards owner Phil Burcher told The Journal Star last month that the current skateparks at Peter Pan and Tierra parks are not up to current standards, which means Lincoln skateboarders often travel to Hickman to use there. the new skatepark.
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“It’s amazing to work with a local brewery in conjunction with our local skate shop to create our own beer,” said Burcher. “Very few, if any, other skate shops can say they have their own beer.”
Sam Riggins, co-owner of Cosmic Eye, said he and Burcher had been talking about collaborating for some time, but something was still bothering them.
“We are thrilled to finally release this beer and support an improved and much needed public skate park for Lincoln and the surrounding area,” he said.
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Beer will be available on draft at the Cosmic Eye tasting room at 6800 P St. and in cans at retailers that sell Cosmic Eye beers.