Yeasty Brews to Feature Local Homebrewers on Tap
By Joe Pye
This Saturday, a 5-gallon keg from The Craft Lyfe will be on draft.
Daniel Pfaffenbach may own and operate Yeasty Brews but he still considers himself a homebrewer at heart.
So much that Pfaffenbach invites a local homebrewer to brew a batch every month and put it on tap at the Lauderhill tasting room. All proceeds go to a local charity of the homebrewer’s choice.
“Some breweries highlight homebrewers once a year,” Pfaffenbach told Broward Beer. “We do it 12 times.”
On Saturday, April 17 from 3:30 to 8 p.m., Yeasty Brews will host Sam Phanor and James Walsh of the Craft Lyfe and tap a keg of their “Hazy Lyfe,” a 7.2% ABV hazy IPA.
All profits from the beer will go to The One Lyfe, Phanor’s local campaign to support and rehabilitate human trafficking survivors.
The money goes to what Phanor – a Margate City Police office by day – calls “Strength Packs,” which include:
- Three One Lyfe tees
- One $75 Marshals or TJ Maxx gift card for clothing
- One Lyfe backpack
- Stationery items
- One prepaid cell phone
- One $100 Walmart gift card
- One $75 UBER gift card
Yeasty Brews is located at 3944 NW 19th St, Lauderhill, FL 33313.