October 20, 2017

Golden Road Brewing Raise a Glass to Raise Funds

The relief efforts continue in Southern Florida where Hurricane Irma’s path of destruction left sun-soaked communities in flooded disarray and many without electricity. To help keep Florida’s relief efforts at the forefront, Golden Road Brewing is drumming up support with the release of Sunshine State, a new brew that directs 100% of sales to those impacted by the natural disaster.

Sales of the new draft-only Sunshine State will be donated to Habitat for Humanity of Florida and H.A.L.O. Rescue to assist in each organization’s ongoing hurricane relief efforts.

Sunshine State is a beautiful blonde ale infused with flavorful blood oranges that burst with bright citrus flavors and aromas. Golden Road truly believes that beer brings people together and Sunshine State is the brewery’s way of taking its passion for beer and bringing people together to lend a hand one pint at a time.

What: Golden Road Brewing has announced the release of a new beer benefiting Hurricane Irma relief efforts. One hundred percent of the proceeds from sales of the “Sunshine State” beer will be donated to Habitat for Humanity of Florida and H.A.L.O. Rescue to assist in each organization’s hurricane relief efforts. Sunshine State is a crisp blonde ale infused with flavorful blood oranges to create a beer bursting with amazingly bright citrus flavors and aromas.

Why: The team at Golden Road are firm believers that beer brings people together. Sunshine State is our small way of taking our passion for beer and bringing people together to lend a hand in this time of need. We hope this effort will provide much needed aid to those individuals and families that were so dramatically impacted, helping them rebuild their lives and get back on their feet as quickly as possible.

When: Available beginning Wednesday, Sept. 27

Where: Sunshine State will be sold on draft only at all Golden Road locations including:

 

About Golden Road Brewing: In 2011, beer enthusiast Meg Gill founded Golden Road Brewing to bring fresh, delicious craft beer to the Los Angeles area. Beginning with its headquarters in the Atwater Village neighborhood of Los Angeles, CA, Golden Road has since become the city’s largest craft brewer with a state-of-the-art brewery and tasting room in Anaheim, as well as beer and food concepts at Grand Central Market and LAX. Now available throughout major markets in the US, Golden Road’s year-round offerings include Wolf Pup Session IPA, Point the Way IPA, Golden Road Hefeweizen, Get Up Offa That Brown, and Wolf Among Weeds IPA as well as more than 60 experimental beers created by combining old world brewing standards with California lifestyle inspired innovation and ingredients.

About Habitat for Humanity of Florida

Habitat for Humanity of Florida is a separately incorporated non-profit organization supporting the work of Habitat for Humanity’s affiliates in the state. Called a “State Support Organization” (SSO), SSO’s perform this support function by coordinating advocacy activities, providing training and technical support opportunities, disaster recovery…as well as serving as a focal point for disseminating state-wide resources. Habitat for Humanity affiliates are not subordinates to SSOs.

About H.A.L.O. Rescue

H.A.L.O. Rescue was created in 2006 with a mission to create a NO KILL safe haven for abused and abandoned animals. H.A.L.O. believes in a community where there are no more homeless pets and that together we can eliminate the killing of companion animals. What sets us apart from other shelters is we are Indian River County’s only No Kill animal shelter. This means we do not euthanize for age, space, medical needs, or behavioral issues. Once an animal enters H.A.L.O. we make a pledge to them to provide all physical, emotional, and medical care needed until a forever home is found. While we primarily deal with Indian River County and our mission is to make Indian River County No Kill we also bring in animals all over the state and even outside of Florida. HALO saves over 2000 animals each year but our work is not done. In 2016 1,400 dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens still lost their lives in Indian River county. With your help, HALO is here to end this because there is a better way. It doesn’t have to happen. We depend on animals for everything including unconditional love but can they depend on us in return.

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