Hundreds Of Breweries Join Sierra Nevada To Brew Beer Benefiting California Wildfire Victims

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After the devastation that Camp Fire has wreaked on Northern California, Sierra Nevada is putting out the “bat signal.”

In a Facebook post, Sierra Nevada has asked breweries nationwide to join them in brewing a fundraiser beer called Resilience Butte County Proud IPA, by which 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the Camp Fire relief.

Sierra Nevada will be providing the recipe and as many raw ingredients as possible to anyone willing to join the collaborative brew day on Nov. 27.

According to, hundreds of breweries including San Diego’s Mike Hess Brewing, Ontario’s Strum Brewing, Redding’s Final Draft Brewing Company, Virginia’s Hardywood Park and Portland, Ore.’s Ex Novo Brewing and others will be participating.

Sierra Nevada is hoping to release more than 2,000 barrels of the beer, both in cans and in kegs.

Stay classy Sierra Nevada.

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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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