Soon you will be able to enjoy a beer while helping a good cause.
Sierra Nevada Brewing Company made a special recipe called ‘Resilience Butte County Proud IPA’ to help victims from the wildfires in California.
Breweries around the nation have started brewing the recipe to sell nationwide to benefit victims.
“We love to help out different communities in need. The brewing industry is very collaborative and we all wanna help each other out. We all wanna help build community not just in town but throughout the nation,” said Andy Largent, head brewer at The Filling Station.
Local breweries that have already started brewing the beer include Marble Brewery and Steelbender.
A big THUMBS UP for #GivingTuesday! We brewed #ResilienceIPA. A special beer kicked off by @sierranevada. ⠀
1000s of brewers from across the globe brewed the same beer w/100% supporting #CampFire Relief Fund. #DrinkABeerDoSomeGood #BuiltToBrew #craftbeer pic.twitter.com/yWeElLrQCz— SteelBenderBrewyard (@SBBrewyard) November 28, 2018
We’re so honored to be brewing #ResilienceIPA with so many other breweries across the nation today to help with the #campfire efforts! Stay tuned for release! 🍻#buttecountystrong https://t.co/AvdjX5Ucre— Marble Brewery (@MarbleBrewery) November 27, 2018