Written by Jim Banko, U.S. Steinholding Founder

Hold A Stein To Drop Cancer!

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U.S. Steinholding Association is partnering with National Pediatric Cancer Foundation's Tap Handle program to raise funds for pediatric cancer research!

How can your Brewery get involved?

  • Become one of our NPCF's official Steinholding venues! We'll provide you with instructions on how to set up and conduct the competition!
  • Host a head-to-head Steinholding competition on site at your venue
  • Competition can also be held virtually (live or recorded)
  • Offer a prize for the winner from your brewery (merch, free drink cards, etc.)!

USSA & NPCF Provide:

  • Official Steinholding judging manual for your employees
  • Feature your brewery and event on our websites and social media pages
  • Table tents and fliers with QR codes for patrons to donate and learn more about the cause on the day of competition
  • The winner of your location's men's & women's competition will receive free entry into the remote competition for the 2020 Steinholding season
  • If you are participating in NPCF's tap handle program: Launch your Tap Handle on the day of competition! The NPCF Team will provide all promotional tools for your launch.
  • And more!

Become an official venue and help us find less toxic, more therapeutic treatments for children battling cancer! For more information on how you can get involved in the program, click here!

Program Details and Registration!


Don't want to get involved with Steinholding or Brewing Funds the Cure but still want to help the NPCF mission? Please consider donating to support this great cause with the button below that links directly to the NPCF donation page.

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Jim banko national steinholding champion Jim Banko is the founder of the U.S. Steinholding Association. He is the 2015 Hofbrau Masskrugstemmen National Champion and previous United States record holder for Steinholding with an official time of 17 minutes and 11 seconds.

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