His Boy Elroy owner Lachlan Stevens is being recognised by Junior Chamber International as one of Australia's 10 outstanding young people.
JCI Australia will make an official presentation to Mr Stevens when it is able to host its Ten Outstanding Young Persons award ceremony in Brisbane.
The recognition is reserved for people excelling in their chosen fields and who exemplify the best attributes of young people around the globe.
Mr Stevens was considered in the business, economics, entrepreneurial accomplishment category and for his involvement with the Barstool Brothers mental health initiative.
"It is incredibly humbling to be recognised by others for the work we have done at His Boy Elroy. I represent a team of people who work towards giving back to a community that gives so much to us," he said.
"Everything we do is based around our businesses core values of community, loyalty and authenticity.
"These values are shaped from what's important to me personally and which resonates amongst our customer base, whether it's His Boy Elroy or our men's mental health initiative, the barstool brothers."
"It feels a little surreal to be listed among some inspirational young leaders in Australia, whether it's a paralympian or an epidemiologist or a burger shop owner in Wollongong, it proves no matter what position you hold, you can make a positive impact in your community.
"There is so much hate, division and political discourse swirling around in society at the moment. It is the responsibility of young leaders to step up, be forward facing and positively influence our community and more broadly move our society in what ever way we can forward as opposed to stalling progression towards a brighter future."