The BC Hospitality Foundation (BCHF) will receive partial proceeds from a new limited-edition BC craft beer.
The Class of 2014 IPA, made with BC grain and hops, will be released this October.
The new beer is the result of British Columbia Craft Brewers Guild collaboration series spearheaded this year by Port Moody’s family-owned Yellow Dog Brewing where it was created.
All the local brewers involved in the project, who are noted below, opened in 2014, and they’re celebrating the significant milestone of their 5th year in business.
Bad Tattoo Brewing (Penticton)
Barkerville Brewing Co. (Quesnel)
Black Kettle Brewing Company (North Vancouver)
Bomber Brewing (Vancouver)
Category 12 Brewing (Saanichton)
Dageraad Brewing (Burnaby)
Gambrinus Malting (Armstrong)
Main Street Brewing Co. (Vancouver)
Moody Ales (Port Moody)
Sherwood Mountain Brewing (Terrace)
Steel & Oak Brewing Co. (New Westminster)
Strange Fellows Brewing (Vancouver)
Tree Brewing Beer Institute (Kelowna)
We thank everyone involved for their generous contributions to this project!
Last year’s BC Craft Brewers Guild collaborative beer from Phillips Brewery in Victoria and BREWHALL Brewing in Vancouver raised over $10,000 for the BCHF, and we’re grateful that we will benefit from this new venture, as we continue to receive a growing number of applications for help.
Retailers and Licensees can order the beer through the Yellow Dog Order Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org SKU (65233) and the UPC (00626990400257)
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