Brewery selling IPA to benefit victims of California fire

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Breweries across the country are teaming up help victims of the California Camp Fire one pint at a time.

Boxcar Breworks at Doolittle’s in DuBois is one of 14 breweries across the state and one of 1,400 breweries in total selling a special beer to benefit the victims of the wildfires in California.

It’s called Resilience Butte County Proud IPA and it’s on tap right now.

“We’re tapping it here today at our bar and we’re hoping we’ll have a good turn out and everybody will contribute to this excellent fundraiser,” bartender Sherry Kessler said.

All the money from every pint sold will be donated to the victims.

The Resilience recipe was provided by Sierra Nevada brewery.

Those who sampled it today said they’re not surprised Boxcar would do something like this to give back.

“They’re just super sweet and easygoing and make you feel welcome, so I’m not even surprised they’re supporting a cause like this,” customer Bri Hannon said.

“I think it’s an excellent cause, all the people in California who have been affected by this need all the help they can get and the fact that we can be apart of it makes me ecstatic,” Kessler said.

Resilience IPA will be on tap at Boxcar Breworks until it runs out.

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