Although less than a week remains until the end of May, that’s plenty of time to help out Infamous Brewing’s Josh Horowitz with an important cause: raising money for the South Central Texas chapter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
As a story for the Statesman-owned Lake Travis View explained earlier this month, Horowitz has been campaigning since the end of March to become Man of the Year for the South Central Texas chapter of the LLS, which has entailed coming up and following through with creative ways to raise money for leukemia and lymphoma research.
For him, co-owner of the Hudson Bend brewery, it was probably a pretty easy brainstorm: Horowitz said in the story that in addition to sending out emails and letters asking people to donate, he’s doing a beer sales match campaign — for every pint of beer Infamous sells this month, the brewery is donating 10 cents to his LLC campaign, and Brown Distributing, Infamous’ distributor, will match up to 10,000 pints. A variety of area bars and restaurants have agreed to do the same, according to the Lake Travis View story.
So far, 10,240 Infamous pints have been sold this month, according to a recent post on Infamous’ Facebook page. You can find these beers at places like Brew Exchange, School House Pub, Foxhole Culinary Tavern and more. Or, if you’re simply looking to help out, visit Horowitz’s LLS Man of the Year campaign website.