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These San Diego Breweries Are Brewing Resilience IPA For Camp Fire Victims

Resilience Butte County Proud IPA

Known for its benevolence (and world famous IPAs,) the San Diego craft beer community has stepped up on Giving Tuesday by brewing Resilience Butte County Proud IPA, a special India Pale Ale created by Sierra Nevada Brewing Co., to benefit the Camp Fire Relief Fund.

With a recipe supplied by the Butte County based brewery, Sierra Nevada Brewing expects to have its version of the beer available on draft and in cans by Dec. 10.  Around the same time, almost 30 San Diego breweries (listed below) will be serving Resilience Butte County Proud IPA in their taprooms — with 100% of sales going to Camp Fire victims.

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The wildfire, the most destructive and deadliest in California history, has left at least 85 people dead and destroyed more than 13,000 homes, according to Cal Fire.

Wanna help? You can donate directly to the Sierra Nevada Camp Fire Relief fund at the foundation’s website, or grab a Resilience Butte County Proud IPA at one of the following San Diego taprooms:

AleSmith

Ballast Point

Barrel Harbor

Belching Beaver

Benchmark

Bitter Brothers

Black Plague

Burgeon

Coronado

Fall Brewing

Fourpenny House

Green Flash

Half Door Brewing

Home Brewing Co.

Karl Strauss

Mike Hess

Mikkeller San Diego

Modern Times

Papa Marce’s Cerveceria

Poor House

Rock Bottom La Jolla

Rouleur

Saint Archer

San Diego Brewing Co.

Savagewood

Second Chance

Societe

Stone Liberty Station

White Labs