At this darling craft brewery, the tap list always intrigues, the flights come in fours, and 100 percent of profits are donated to charity. Organizations like Friends of Children, a preventative mentorship program that helps develop skills to break cycles of poverty and abuse, and International Justice Mission, which supports local authorities and social justice efforts in 20 developing communities around the world. Joel Gregory founded Ex Novo out of his garage in 2014, and donating money has never been so physically and spiritually fulfilling.
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