You can drink beer to help the wildfire relief efforts in Northern California

December 5, 2018
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The Camp Fire wildfire that devastated Northern California this month is “considered the deadliest and most destructive in California history,” according to the San Francisco Chronicle, leaving at least 88 people dead and 13,972 homes destroyed. Many volunteers, organizations, and companies have stepped up to help with the relief efforts. Ken Grossman, founder of Chico, Calif.-based brewery Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, posted a letter to the brewery’s website announcing its new “Resilience Butte County Proud IPA.”

We've said it before and we'll say it again: there's nothing quite like the brewing community. Since sending out the bat-signal for joining the Camp Fire relief effort, HUNDREDS of breweries have reached out saying "sign us up." If you are a brewer and would like to join us by brewing Resilience Butte County Proud IPA and donating all sales to the Camp Fire Relief Fund, just follow the link in our profile. We'll get you posters, coasters, tap handles and raw ingredient donations whenever possible. THANK YOU to our wonderful brewing community! And an especially big thank you to our buddies at @resiliencebrewing for letting us use the name - you guys rock. #ResilienceIPA #ButteCountyProud #ButteStrong

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They will be donating 100 % of the beer sales to the Camp Fire Relief Fund.  You can help, too, including by drinking an aptly named brew.   

Check out the list of New England breweries involved as of this article’s publication:

Connecticut:
Willimantic Brewing Company (Willimantic)
New England Brewing Co. (Woodbridge)
Athletic Brewing Company (Stratford)
Stony Creek Brewery (Branford)
No Worries Brewing Company (Hamden)
Black Hog Brewing Co. (Oxford)
Little House Brewing Company (Chester)
Bad Sons Beer Co. (Derby)
Back East Brewing Company (Bloomfield)
Kinsmen Brewing Co. (Milldale)
Brewery Legitimus (New Hartford)
Steady Habit Brewing Company (Haddam)

Maine:
Liquid Riot Bottling Co. (Portland)
Allagash Brewing Company (Portland)
Bigelow Brewing Co. (Skowhegan)
Urban Farm Fermentory (Portland)
Tributary Brewing Company (Kittery)
Mason’s Brewing Company (Brewer)
Kennebunkport Brewing Company (Kennebunk)
Sebago Brewing Company (Gorham)
Foundation Brewing Company (Portland)
GFB Scottish Pub (Old Orchard Beach)
Corner Point Brewing Company (Berwick)

Massachusetts:
Down the Road Beer Co. (Everett)
Night Shift Brewing (Everett)
Wachusett Brewing Company, Inc (Westminster)
Cape Cod Beer (Hyannis)
Independent Fermentations Brewing (Plymouth)
Wormtown Brewery (Worcester)
Lord Hobo Brewing Co. (Woburn)
Second Wind Brewing Company (Plymouth)
Seven Saws Brewing Company (Holden)
As Built Brewing (Franklin)
Exhibit ‘A’ Brewing Company (Framingham)
Trillium Brewing Company (Canton)
Start Line Brewing Company (Hopkinton)
Bright Ideas Brewing (North Adams)

New Hampshire:
Monadnock Brewing Company (Langdon)
Schilling Beer Co. / Resilience Brewing (Littleton)
Cisco Brewers Portsmouth (Portsmouth)
Out.Haus Ales (Northwood)
Great North Aleworks (Manchester)
Copper Pig Brewery (Lancaster)
Bad Lab Beer Co. (Somersworth)
Deciduous Brewing Company (Newmarket)
Throwback Brewery (North Hampton)

Rhode Island:
Grey Sail Brewing of Rhode Island (Westerly)
Taproot Brewing Company (Middletown)
Newport Craft Brewing and Distilling Co. (Newport)
Isle Brewers Guild (Pawtucket)
Shaidzon Beer Co. (West Kingston)

Vermont:
Magic Hat Brewing Company (South Burlington)
Kickback Brewery (Westford)
Switchback Brewing Company (Burlington)
Foam Brewers (Burlington)
Four Quarters Brewing (Winooski)