‘Spirits for Small Change’ has just announced the results of the second edition of their bi-annual charity event.
Bridge for Smile, a non-profit organization active all over Japan that seeks to provide underprivileged children on the verge of adulthood with the support they need to start independent lives. Part of the money raised by Spirits for Small Change will be used to aid children affected by the 2016 earthquake in Kumamoto.
|From left to right: David Croll (Whisk-e), Stefan Van Eycken & Scott van Leenen (Spirits for Small Change), Shin Araya (BrewDog Japan) and Atsushi Kamata (Bridge for Smile)|
BrewDog Japan, Whisk-e and Number One Drinks Co.
Archives (The Netherlands), Bar Agricole (U.S.), Bar Zoetrope (Japan), Cadenheads (Scotland), Club Qing (Hong Kong), ePower (Japan), La Maison du Whisky (France), Magnus Fagerstrom (Sweden), Liquors Hasegawa (Japan), Heinz-Jorg Konigs (Germany), The Mash Tun (Japan), Malt Bar South Park (Japan), Malts of Scotland (Germany), Mr. and Mrs. Nakajima (Japan), Hasse Peters (Sweden), Sansibar (Germany), Venture Whisky (Japan), The Whisky Exchange (U.K.), Stefan Wieschollek (Germany)