Minnesota breweries join in nationwide effort to support Camp Fire relief

Resilience IPA Photo: Courtesy of Sierra Nevada
Resilience IPA

November 29, 2018 02:36 PM

Several Minnesota breweries are joining in a nationwide effort to use beer to help those affected by the Camp Fire in northern California.

At least 12 beer makers in the state will join more than 1,000 breweries across the country in brewing and selling Resilience IPA.

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Resilience was first created by Sierra Nevada, a Chico, California-based brewery. Sierra Nevada said 100 percent of the beer sales will go to the Camp Fire Relief Fund.


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The Minnesota breweries below have made the same promise, according to Sierra Nevada's website:

  • 612Brew
  • Dual Citizen Brewing Company
  • Fair State Brewing Cooperative
  • Inbound Brewco
  • Shakopee Brewhall
  • Surly Brewing Co.
  • Tin Whiskers Brewing
  • Wild Mind Artisan Ales
  • Angry Inch Brewing
  • Giesenbräu Bier Co
  • Rock Bottom Brewery
  • Boathouse Brothers Brewing

At last count, 88 people were killed and 203 were still missing after the Camp Fire devastated northern California's Butte County earlier this month, according to an Associated Press report. The fire has destroyed 13,954 residences, 514 commercial and 4,265 other buildings.

Sierra Nevada said Resilience will be available in late December.

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