Urbanas are a new breed of urban drinkers.
They are young and hip, urban, educated, and have no qualms about drinking on the go.
They can get away with drinking in the same way as anyone else, whether it’s at a bar or a restaurant.
But they’re a new species of urban beer aficionado, a group that is now getting attention from a city that’s trying to bring in some new life to its beer culture.
The city has its own urban brewery and brewery-centric food trucks.
But it has a much larger plan for a new brewery: a project called Urbane Urban Project.
Urbanes are a small group of people who are growing up in the city, but have been drawn to beer because of its social and economic impact.
The project is aiming to create a network of beer and food trucks and to build a community around the idea that beer is the key to life.
That’s why they are asking for your support in the effort.
The Urbanias project has been kicking around since February, and it has some big names behind it, including Urbania founder and Urbanian Brewmaster Andrew G. Burdick and UrBana President/Owner, Aaron Henningsen.
They’re all working on a plan to get their project off the ground.
Burdick is working with Urbano Urban Partners, a venture that works with local organizations to create sustainable economic development and cultural activities for local communities.
He’s also a part of Urbannan, the UrbANA project, which has been running in the past year and a half.
It was formed with help from other Urbanna entrepreneurs, such as former U of L basketball coach, Tom Bosworth, and local artists, including the Urbo music festival band, and Urbo Brewing Company, which is a member of Urbo.
Boudia, a former UrbAN director, is a founding partner.
The Urbanos are in it for the long haul.
The goal is to build the first-ever UrbANE network in the United States.
In order to do that, they need your help.
You can contribute to the effort by signing up to a monthly newsletter, or donating money to Urbanyan’s Indiegogo campaign.
The funds raised through the campaign will be used to pay for equipment and brewing equipment, including beer tanks.
Breda has been brewing beer for decades and has been working with beer makers, such.
He was the first person in the country to get his license to sell beer in an UrbANYAN brewery, which was approved by the city in 2016.
Breda and Urbanan have already raised about $3,000 for the Urborane project.
You could be part of this incredible project.