Lakewood Brewing has launched a fundraiser with Spin the Spectrum, a nonprofit dedicated to the active inclusion of autistic and neurodivergent individuals in society by providing inclusive DJ classes, camps, and workshops. This summer, visitors to the North Dallas Taproom can “buy” record adaptors for a $1 with all proceeds going to Spin the Spectrum. The retro adaptors purchased are displayed in the Taproom to show the funds raised leading up to the final donation.
“We know that EVERYONE has something important to share and value in this world,” said Courtney Willis of Spin the Spectrum. “We also know sharing is a lot easier when the people around you understand that just because someone is different, doesn’t mean they can’t be included in something cool!”
This summer, Lakewood will launch Mechanical Jackalope – Prickly Pear Ale and S’Mores Temptress at the Taproom and on Texas shelves this summer. Drawing beer lovers from around the country, Lakewood will debut its first-ever kitchen this summer along with updates throughout, including the new “Lakewood Loft,” a speakeasy-inspired private event space with a unique view to Lakewood’s massive brewing tanks below. Those not able to make it out to the brewery can find Lakewood beers, including Temptress, the number-one selling craft milk stout in Texas, on their local shelves using Lakewood’s “Find Our Beer” tool online.