SPOKANE, WA — At a recent community “Cleaning from the Corridor” volunteer event during Spokane Gives Month of April with No-Li Brewhouse, The United Way and Mayor Condon, The Mayor brought up a great idea of continually recognizing and embracing the brilliant industrial history and future of Spokane.
Today, the first part of that idea came to fruition with a 30 barrel stainless steel fermentation tank being donated and picked-up from No-Li Brewhouse for its trip to Spokane Arts for the purpose of being transformed into a piece of outdoor art for our local community.
“Spokane is a city of collaborations and communities that are weaved together into a Big-Small Town,” Says John Bryant of No-Li Brewhouse. “We are fortunate to be a part of a vision to make art and culture a priority in Spokane.”
The Spokane Arts sculpture will be a welcome site to tourists visiting our great city and an active part of a vibrant culture in Spokane.
About No-Li Brewhouse
Born & Raised in Spokane, Washington, No-Li Brewhouse is locally-owned and community-minded crafting Spokane-Style beers with No Boundaries: innovative beers brewed with locally-sourced ingredients. In addition to being named the 2016 Washington Large Brewery of the Year, NBWA 2015 National Brewer Partner of the Year, No-Li has won eighteen international awards, including a gold medal from the 2012 Great American Beer Festival. For more information about the beers, brewery and the pub, visit www.nolibrewhouse.com, or follow them on Facebook/Twitter/Instagram @nolibrewhouse.