Religion, Spiritual Development

Agape Brewing Community

Quick Facts

Gloucester, MA


The mission of Agape Brewing Community is to brew beer and soda, to build
community, and to change the world.

1. To brew delicious hand-crafted small-batch session beer and soda
a) Fund ministry through beer and soda sales
b) Promote responsible enjoyment of beer
c) Support local businesses for ingredients and supplies
d) Use sustainable and ethical business practices
e) Educate public about brewing process and encourage understanding of where
things come from, how things are made, and how many people are involved with making the ordinary things of our everyday lives

2. To build a sense of community centered around the brewery
a) Hold regular gatherings that are welcoming, inspiring, and transformative
b) Develop connections for encouragement and support
c) Enhance spiritual, emotional, physical and mental growth
d) Encourage a deeper perspective

3. To change the world through acts of love
a) Educate about social, environmental and cultural issues
b) Donate profits from beer sales
c) Organize volunteer opportunities

Ruling Year


Founder, Brewer, Minister

Rev Jamie Green Klopotoski

Worker, Thinker, Brewer

Timothy Patrick Klopotoski

Main Address

40 New Way Lane

Gloucester, MA 01930 USA


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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Religion Related, Spiritual Development N.E.C. (X99)

Community Improvement, Capacity Building N.E.C. (S99)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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