LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Some Arkansas brewers are making special beer for a special cause.
Fourteen Arkansas Brewers Guild member breweries have answered the call to help victims of California’s November Camp Fire, the deadliest and most destructive fire in California’s history.
The Sierra Nevada Brewery, which calls that part of California home, made the request for help in the national craft brewing community.
Sierra Nevada offered access to discounted inputs to brew a specific recipe called Resilience IPA. Several breweries signed on early and are already serving it.
Others worked together on a collaborative brew and will release their brew to the public by the end of January. Contact your local brewery for more information.
Participating Arkansas breweries:
Water Buffalo – Little Rock – on tap now
Slate Rock Brewing – Amity – on tap now
Ozark Brewing – Rogers – on tap now
Lost 40 Brewing – Little Rock – On tap Jan 21
Gravity Brew Works – Big Flat – Call for tap date
Superior Brew Works – Hot Springs – Call for tap date
Diamond Bear Brewing- Little Rock – Call for tap date
Vinos Brewpub- Little Rock – Call for tap date
Rebel Kettle – Little Rock – Call for tap date
Bike Rack Brewing – Bentonville – Call for tap date
Core Brewing – Springdale – Call for tap date
Fort Smith Brewing – Fort Chaffee – Call for tap date
Ivory Bill Brewing – Siloam Springs – Call for tap date
Blue Canoe – Little Rock – Call for tap date