The only thing KC loves more than supporting local is drinking local.
Mercifully, now you can combine the two when Boulevard and The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art kick off their inaugural KC Pils Partners program next week. “Funds donated from Boulevard through the sale of KC Pils from May to September will go directly to the Museum Recovery Fund, a critical effort launched during the COVID-19 closure to secure the Nelson-Atkins’ greatest assets: dedicated staff, world-renowned art, and beautiful grounds,” says Kathleen Leighton, the manager of media relations and video production at the museum.
Check out these unique Boulevard’s KC Pils cans and bottles that just received a makeover—and you’ll notice they prominently feature the iconic shuttlecocks on the Nelson’s lawn.
For the beer bros at Boulevard, it’s just another way to highlight their favorite parts of the city and give back—all summer long. It’s a charitable win-win because beer and summer go hand-in-hand, or, beer-in-hand. “While our doors are closed to support the nation’s efforts to contain the coronavirus, we hope KC Pils will remind people to look toward the future and the day they can return to the Nelson-Atkins, where they will find solace and inspiration through art,” says Leighton.
Yeah, what she said. Cheers to that!