Young women launch craft brewery brand to ‘Sparkke’ social change

A group of female social activists are launching a craft brewery via crowdfunding site Pozible, aiming to use the beer, cider and wine products to encourage social awareness of issues like gender equality and asylum seekers.

Sparkke Change

The Sparkke Change Beverage Co., is based out of Willunga Brewing in South Australia and supports causes such as sexual consent, gender equality, asylum seekers and Aboriginal justice with each product from the brewery aligned to a social cause.

Describing itself as a “progressive alcohol brand driving social agenda through beer and wine,” the craft brewery is launching with a pre-sale of 10,000 cans via crowd-funding site Pozible, and aims to roll out the products at ‘affordable prices’ across Australia this summer.

According to the Pozible campaign, Sparkke will donate 10% of directs sales to an organisation aligned with the cause on the can.

The products are made by Australian female brewer, Agi Gajic, and are supported by a group of young women with experience in winemaking, communications and activism across Australia and Canada.


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