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#BrewStacheStrong Beer Release to Benefit Brain Cancer Research
April 22, 2022 @ 3:00 pm - April 24, 2022 @ 8:00 pm
Communities Coming Together in Support of Brain Cancer Research
Every ‘Stache tells a different story.
StacheStrong was born from brotherly love after GJ Gerner underwent his first brain cancer surgery for Glioblastoma (GBM). He was determined to have a mindset to live life to the fullest regardless of the circumstances.
GJ and his brother Colin co-founded StacheStrong, a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization, to raise funds and awareness for brain cancer research. GJ courageously battled GBM for 25 months before succumbing to this aggressive disease at 30 years old. As if fighting an incurable disease wasn’t enough of a task, he was also focused on helping others in the brain cancer community; that’s the epitome of how to #LiveStacheStrong!
Just like every ‘Stache tells a story, every beer tells a story.
The #BrewStacheStrong collaboration is bringing together breweries and communities across the country in support of a disease that impacts far too many people.
#BrewStacheStrong Session Stout from Community Beer Works
To date, 240+ breweries across 40 states have committed to #BrewStacheStrong. We #BrewStacheStrong to promote and benefit StacheStrong’s mission with breweries across the country.
Session Stout | 3.9% ABV
Draft & 16oz. 4-Packs
Inspired by traditional British-style stouts, our session stout is brewed with British pale and Munich malts, heaps of roasted malts, and classic British yeast for rich flavors of coffee, chocolate and gently toasted grain. Low alcohol content, a dry finish and very little hop bitterness make this a perfect stout for enjoying a few pints on a sunny spring afternoon.
A portion of the proceeds from every single purchase of our #BrewStacheStrong Session Stout will be donated directly to StacheStrong in support of their wonderful cause.
Every single purchase you make at our Brewery & Taproom will help us support StacheStrong’s mission of raising funds and awareness for brain cancer research, a disease that impacts far too many people.