Press Release Jun 23, 2020

NPCA to Benefit from Breckenridge Brewery “Pints for Parks” Program

A portion of proceeds from every pint of Breckenridge Brewery beer sold across the U.S. will go to support National Park Conservation Association's park protection work.

Littleton, CO – Based in Colorado, Breckenridge Brewery’s deep appreciation for the great outdoors inspired the brewery to bring back its Pints for Parks program to benefit national parks across the U.S. for the second year in a row. Beginning now and running through September, a portion of the proceeds from every single pint of Breckenridge Brewery beer poured across the U.S. will be donated to the National Parks Conservation Association, the leading voice for protecting America’s national parks. Last year, Breckenridge Brewery raised $40,000 for the organization.

“We are inspired by the work that the National Parks Conservation Association does every day to maintain, enhance and protect our national parks so that today’s generation and beyond can enjoy their beauty,” said Todd Usry, President of Breckenridge Brewery. “We’re proud to continue this partnership and raise a glass in support of the parks.”

Breckenridge Brewery and the National Parks Conservation Association are working together to protect America’s national parks and all they have to offer through the Pints for Parks program. The funds raised from the program will support NPCA’s efforts, from communities to Capitol Hill, to help fight threats to our national park lands, air, water and wildlife, and ensure these iconic places are protected and preserved.

“We are proud to partner with Breckenridge Brewery, who shares our desire to leave the world a better place through conservation and sustainable practices,” said Theresa Pierno, president and CEO of National Parks Conservation Association. “Through this partnership, Breckenridge Brewery is introducing our mission to a whole new audience, while also financially supporting our work. It’s through initiatives like this that NPCA can continue to do the important work of protecting America’s national parks now, and for generations to come.”

To celebrate the program, Breckenridge Brewery has once again partnered with Colorado-based artist, Andrew Hoffman, to create a series of custom pint glasses, each designed to commemorate a different national park, from Rocky Mountain National Park in Breckenridge Brewery’s own backyard to seven other parks across the U.S., including Joshua Tree, Padre Island, Dry Tortugas, Delaware Water Gap, Cuyahoga Valley, Ozark and Grand Canyon.

Glassware can be found in participating bars and restaurants throughout the summer. There will be glassware giveaway opportunities on-premise, and glasses can be purchased on

For more information on the program, visit here or Breckenridge Brewery’s Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. Learn more about NPCA’s corporate partnerships [here](


About National Parks Conservation Association: Since 1919, the nonpartisan National Parks Conservation Association has been the leading voice in safeguarding our national parks. NPCA and its nearly 1.4 million members and supporters work together to protect and preserve our nation’s most iconic and inspirational places for future generations. For more information, visit

About Breckenridge Brewery Breckenridge Brewery opened its doors in 1990 in the ski town of Breckenridge, Colorado. What started as a small brewpub has grown into one of the largest breweries in the U.S. The original brewery still serves its craft beer and delicious pub fare at high altitude. The production brewery outside of Denver sends beer to 49 states and offers tours, dining and a welcoming Colorado beer garden experience. With a focus on balanced, approachable and interesting beer, the brewery’s portfolio contains classics like Vanilla Porter, Avalanche Amber Ale, Agave Wheat, Strawberry Sky, and Hop Peak IPA, along with a variety of specialty beers that include seasonals, barrel-aged beers, the Brewery Lane Series, and a nitrogen-charged canned series. Visit for more information.

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