Millennial Brewing Partnering with Ocean Habitats for World Oceans Day Fundraiser

Millennial Brewing Company is partnering with Ocean Habitats, Inc. — an environmental nonprofit committed to rebuilding Florida’s coastal ecosystem with man-made reef installations — for a fundraiser to commemorate World Oceans Day.

The 1,000 Reef Challenge will take place on Saturday, June 8th, at Millennial Brewing — 1811 Royal Palm Ave. in Fort Myers.

The special event includes:

  • Live music by Gator Nate and other local bands
  • Limited-time beer
  • Celebrity guests
  • Speaking engagements by water quality experts
  • Kids and family activities
  • Food trucks
  • Vendors
  • Raffles
  • Silent auction

A portion of the proceeds from participating vendors and beer sales will go to Ocean Habitats. This will contribute to 1,000 reef installations on marinas, docks and waterways that line the Gulf Coast of Southwest Florida.

“This 1,000 Reef Challenge is the kickoff of a statewide movement during which we are all able to not only filter millions of gallons of water daily but restore life throughout our waterways,” said David Wolff, Executive Director of Ocean Habitats.

“We’re excited to partner with Millennial Brewing as a way of educating the community about water quality and ensuring a great time for all fundraiser attendees.”

There is no entry fee for this event, and there is no need to RSVP. For more information, call Millennial Brewing at (239) 271-2255 or visit MillennialBrewing.com.

About Millennial Brewing Company

Millennial Brewing is a microbrewery located in Downtown Fort Myers and established in 2016 by two Millennials hoping to escape the regular 9-5.

In two years, Millennial Brewing helped raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for more than 75 different nonprofit organizations through beer donations and sales donations, as well as by providing a venue for local causes and nonprofit organizations to raise awareness and funds.

About Ocean Habitats, Inc.

Ocean Habitats is an environmental nonprofit, established in 2014, that seeks to rebuild Florida’s living coastline with the installation of its artificial reefs. Each reef will filter 30,000+ gallons of water per day and help hundreds of fish and crabs grow each year. Although Ocean Habitats’ 1,000 Reef Challenge is taking place in Southwest Florida, the organization has reefs throughout the country. Call (800) 674-2593. Online at OceanHabitatsInc.com.