2016 Beer Church IPA will be released November 12, 2016. Brewed at Georgetown Brewing, the 2016 Beer Church IPA is a limited release collaboration beer, brewed together with Airways Brewing, Big Al Brewing, Two Beers and Beer Church to benefit the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America.
Beer Church is a Seattle based organization that gathers beer lovers to do good. Part of that is gathering brewers to make a great beer to benefit a worthwhile non-profit like the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America. Georgetown Brewing donated its facilities and other resources, while the collaborating breweries helped develop the Beer Church IPA recipe and were involved in the brewing of the beer. It takes more than just brewers to make a beer. The ingredients for Beer Church India Pale Ale were generously donated by Great Western Malting Company of Vancouver, Washington and YCH Hops of Yakima, Washington.
Kendall Jones, the President and Founder of Beer Church states:
“This is just another example of the generosity of the local beer and brewing industry. The breweries were happy and excited to support the effort, but beyond that, without the support of YCH Hops and Great Western Malting, none of this would be possible. Their contributions are, literally, the backbone of the beer. Their involvement plays a key role in the fundraising component of the project.”
The 2016 Beer Church IPA will be released November 12 at the 18th annual Beer Church Turkey Bowl. This sold out event is still open to the public to participate as observers, participate in the silent auction and the raffle and of course drink Beer Church IPA! The Turkey Bowl is a fundraiser for the West Seattle Food Bank. All proceeds from the raffle and auction will benefit the food bank.
Beer Church IPA
Limited Release Collaboration Beer
Available on draft only, at collaboration breweries and select restaurants and pubs.
All proceeds to benefit Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America.