Bad Martha Beer master brewer Jacobi Reid, left, and operations manager Josh Flanders.

Bad Martha Brewing Co. recently announced that it is making a $5,000 donation to the Island Food Pantry to help them with their important mission to feed the hungry.
“We believe it is our privilege and responsibility to give back and help our local community,” said Jonathan Blum, CEO and co-founder of Bad Martha, according to a press release. “Since Bad Martha Brewing Co. was first launched,” Blum said of the Edgartown-based company, “our mission has been to not only create excellent craft beers, but to be a socially responsible company that puts community first by donating the first 10 percent of profits to hunger-relief charities where our beer is served. We’ve been a proud supporter of the Island Food Pantry over the years as the recipient of our hunger relief efforts on Martha’s Vineyard, because they help hundreds of local families and children in need of food throughout the …