In an effort to provide relief to local residents in need during the sweltering summer months, Hundred Mile Brewing Company has teamed up with the city of Tempe’s Homeless Outreach Prevention Effort (HOPE) Team. The collaboration aims to collect and distribute bottled water to Tempe residents experiencing homelessness.

Throughout May, the brewery invites patrons to donate cases of water bottles (12-packs or larger) and receive $5 off their food bill (excluding alcohol) as a token of appreciation. Cases can be brought directly to the restaurant, where they will be collected and distributed to those in need. This offer is limited to one $5 coupon per table, per visit.

Sue Rigler, founder of Hundred Mile Brewing Co., says of the company’s commitment to the community, “As a business in Tempe, we see ourselves as part of the community and we want to be good neighbors to everyone. We love partnering with the city and with other local businesses to support our community and we thank you for helping us help Tempe’s residents in need.”

The city of Tempe’s HOPE Team provides a variety of services for those experiencing homelessness in the area, including street outreach, case management, and connections to shelter and housing.

To learn more about Hundred Mile Brewing Company, 690 N. Scottsdale Rd., and their community initiatives, visit