LIGHTNING RELEASES — Prague/New York April 29, 2014 – Two Tales Brewing (TTB), a family owned brewing company from the Czech Republic that exports beer novelties around the globe, is planning to boost global economy through a unique charitable initiative.
Targeting the home base of the financial crisis—the USA—the company searched for the root of the problem, exploring college dropouts, criminal activity and drug use. Exhaustive research brought the company to the unequivocal conclusion that the common denominator amongst all issues considered is none other than the sagging pants.
In a drastic combative measure, Two Tales has pledged that for every six pack sold during the campaign they will donate a belt to an American citizen in need. For details please visit the charity website http://beerforbelts.com or watch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J8NJQ01JNdM.
“It’s not only a matter of taste, like with our beers,” said Se Padilla, one of TTB’s founders. “This project is of pivotal importance to us. We have the chance to stand up for our beliefs as a company, but we also have the power to work towards the greater good: reviving the global economy.”
The company’s owners are convinced that with Americans’ hands freed from holding up their pants, they will be free to carry the burden of the economy.
“It’s time for small countries to make history,” explained Jan Martasek, co-founder of TTB. ”For the first time ever, a country known for its ice hockey players is now coming to the aid of a nation thirty times its size, with the help of craft beer,” Martasek concludes.
Two Tales Brewing was founded in 2007 by US citizen Se Padilla, professional musician, operator of diverse bars and restaurants and owner of the Prague Beer Museum, and Czech Canadian Jan Martasek, financial investments manager. The current TTB product spectrum consists of six different types of craft beers, from lager, ales and flavored to non-alcoholic, all brewed in Bohemia under the Two Tales brand. The beer specials are available in 0.33 l bottles and kegs. Most exports land in the Nordic countries and in South-east Asia.