Snake River Brewing joins the fire relief campaign with its version of Resilience IPA

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – It started with a call for help. In mid-November 2018, after the Camp Fire had destroyed over 150,000 acres, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. sent out an open letter to every brewery in the country inviting them to join the effort to raise funds for Butte County recovery by enjoying a new IPA called Resilience.

Snake River Brewing was happy to answer that call for help, along with more than a thousand other breweries across the United States.

On January 10, SRB unveiled its own version of the Resilience IPA. The brewery says 100% of the proceeds from the sale of this IPA will go to the Sierra Nevada Camp Fire Relief Fund and the Pinedale Lion’s Club Roosevelt Recovery Fund.

Sierra Nevada rep Mike Morehouse made the trip to Jackson all the way from Boise to share the opening night with SRB. The evening included a Fire/EMS appreciation happy hour thanks to support from John and Austin.

Many stories punctuated the evening including a touching one from Mike and Denny Malloy who lost their home in the Camp Fire. They just happened to be in town visiting Jackson that night and stopped by.

Grab a pint while it’s still on tap.

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