This Movember we're encouraging everyone to 'Make Mo' Mate Time'.

Because conversations matter - and a catch up can mean a lot.

So reach out and touch base with an old mate today.

WATCH FULL ‘MAKE MO’ MATE TIME’ VIDEO BELOW.

WE’RE DONATING $75,000 TO MOVEMBER!

GRAB A GIPPS ST. PALE ALE AND SHOW YOUR SUPPORT

 
 
 
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To drive greater awareness and engagement in Movember’s international efforts to tackle men’s health issues, particular among women and men unable - or unwilling - to grow a mo, we partnered with Movember in November 2017.

Supporting venues and beer drinkers of all persuasions across Australia were able to show their support for our BEERMO initiative by enjoying our gold medal-winning ‘Gipps St.’ Pale Ale during November.

After a hugely successful campaign, we proudly donated $75,000 to Movember so this Movember, we’re encouraging all men and women - mo or no mo - to show their support this November... by simply raising a glass of beer and having a bit of fun.

Not everyone can grow a moustache, so the campaign is aimed at everyone who has FOMO for having no Mo!

With the help of our partners Bintani, Liquex and Onpack, we've committed to again donating $75,000 for Movember to help men live happier, healthier and longer lives. And you can help us reach this target by buying 'Gipps St.' Pale Ale in new special edition cans or on tap during November.

So if you 'GRAB A GIPPS ST.' you'll be helping us reach our target, raising awareness about men's health and hopefully encouraging a few important conversations.

For more information about how Movember are tackling Men's health issues, visit their website.

If you own a venue or bottleshop and would like join the BeerMo this Movember by having Stomping Ground 'Gipps St' Pale Ale on tap, please contact sales@stompingground.beer.

 
 
 

About the Movember Foundation
The Movember Foundation is the only charity tackling men’s health on a global scale, year round. By 2030, we will reduce the number of men dying prematurely by 25%. The Foundation funds game-changing men’s health projects. Millions have joined the movement, funding over 1,200 projects focusing on prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention. In addition, our awareness and education program is encouraging men to become more aware of their health, to talk about the big stuff in life, and take action when health issues arise. Our fathers, partners, brothers and friends face a health crisis that isn’t being talked about. We can’t afford to stay silent. We have one goal: to stop men dying too young.