The Bruery Share This Coffee Imperial Stout will kick off a new “Share This” series of collaborative and charitable stouts this June.
“Share This” will feature special ingredients from around the world. Brewery founder Patrick Rue has already been actively seeking unique ingredients for future releases.
The Bruery Share This Coffee Imperial Stout uses Bourbon & Catimor variety coffee beans from the Cagat family farm on the Mindanao Island in the Philippines. The beans were sourced by San Diego’s Mostra Coffee.
“When we looked into the amazing ingredients we’d want to use for future releases, it became apparent they generally came from impoverished areas of the world. The way we design most of our beers is that they are shared with others, and taking that theme a bit further, that we share with those who could use our help.”
For each bottle of The Bruery Share This Coffee Imperial Stout purchased, one dollar is donated to Free Wheelchair Mission’s efforts in the Philippines. The non-profit organization provides wheelchairs at no cost to people with disabilities living in developing nations. The partnership with The Bruery will provide 550 people in the Philippines with new mobility.
The Bruery Share This Coffee Imperial Stout will see national distribution twice a year, each with unique treatments. The first edition arrives June 1, 2016.
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