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For many of us in the craft beer game, Sierra Nevada may have been the first craft beer we ever had...back before we called it "craft". Located in Northern California near the Camp Fire disaster area, Sierra Nevada Brewing just took the unprecedented step of emailing pretty much every brewery in America and asking them to pitch in on a recovery effort the best way we all know how: with beer. Together with a group of other Pittsburgh breweries (full list below), we brewed a big double batch of this recipe for Resilience IPA, a 6.8% west-coast-style IPA. Then on Friday, December 28, once all the dry-hopping is done, we’ll all be putting kegs on tap and donating ALL the proceeds to the Camp Fire Relief Fund. No one's ever done anything like this before, and we're proud to be a part of it. This beer will only be available on draft or in growlers/crowlers. We hope you’ll join us in raising a glass of Resilience soon, at one of our taprooms or any one of these participating local breweries:

  • North Country Brewing

  • Boxcar Brewing Company

  • Clarion River Brewing Company

  • Leaning Cask Brewing

  • Insurrection Ale Works

  • Hop Farm Brewing Company

  • Recon Brewing

  • Four Seasons Brewing

  • Roundabout Brewery

  • Butler Brew Works

  • Reclamation Brewing

  • War Streets Brewery

  • Allegheny City Brewery

  • Helicon Brewing

  • Cinderlands Brewery

  • Helltown Brewing

  • Cobblehaus Brewing Company

  • 11th Hour Brewing Company

  • Spoonwood Brewing