Snake River Brewing celebrates Old Bill’s Fun Run’s 25th Anniversary with commemorative beer

JACKSON, Wyo. — In celebration of the 25th anniversary of Old Bill’s Fun Run, the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole is partnering with Snake River Brewing on a commemorative brew, Sprint to the Finish IPA.

Proceeds will support local nonprofits through Old Bill’s Match Fund. Photo: CFJH

A percentage of sales of this seasonal beer will be donated to the Old Bill’s Match Fund, which is used to partially match the designated gifts of community donors during the Old Bill’s Giving Season, substantially increasing the impact of each participating nonprofit’s fundraising efforts.

“Snake River Brewing is a longtime partner of Old Bill’s having participated as a Business Co-Challenger since 2012,” said Laurie Andrews, president of the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole.

“We are thrilled to invite the community to join us in celebrating Old Bill’s 25th anniversary this summer with this commemorative Snake River beer.”

Regional artist, Ilka Hadlock, was commissioned to illustrate the can artwork for Sprint to the Finish IPA. The limited-edition Session India Pale Ale is available for purchase at local liquor stores through September and will be served on draft at Snake River Brewing’s newly remodeled Brewpub.

“The BrewPub has a long history with Old Bill’s and for this 25th Anniversary, we’re excited to expand that partnership and hopefully increase the support from the community by way of this tasty new beer,” said Luke Bauer, sales & marketing director for Snake River Brewing.

The Old Bill’s 2021 Giving Season will take place from Aug. 13 through Sept. 17.

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