Denver Beer Co–“Clown Question” Proceeds Benefit Fallen Policewoman

imageIn case you missed it the original story from Bryce Harper’s “Clown Question” is here…and now some good news for the proceeds from the worlds fastest lager brew.  This from Yahoo:

The Washington Post reports that someone in Harper's camp recently called Charlie Berger, the brewery's co-owner, to talk profits from the beer Harper is not old enough to drink legally.

On Monday morning, after the Nationals had arrived in Denver, Harper learned from local news reports about the killing of Officer Celena Hollis, a veteran policewoman who was raising a 12-year-old daughter on her own. Harper had recommended Denver Beer Company donate a chunk of the proceeds to a memorial fund that will support Hollis's daughter.

"It's exciting to hear from Bryce," Berger said. "We were making this beer just for fun. We never thought it would pick up to this extent. First of all, we're definitely flattered. More important, the fact that he was making a lot of good come from it, it's valiant. It says something about Bryce."

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