The Bruery Partnering WIth Food Forward for Share This: OC - National Distribution

imageWe brought you a peek back in Feb, and now this from The Bruery:

March 2, 2017 -- Placentia, CA -

The Bruery’s third installment in their Share This series of imperial stouts will be released to the public starting in March. Each

Share This beer is made in partnership with a charity in order to give money back to the region which inspired, or contributed

to, the beer’s flavor profile.

The third release in this series was inspired by The Bruery’s home county and its history as a significant growing region for

oranges. It is the first time the donation will go towards efforts in the United States, with a hyperlocal focus on Food Forward’s

work in Southern California. The rich, imperial stout base, already chock full of notes of chocolate and roast, is dosed with

orange zest, TCHO cacao nibs, and vanilla beans, to create the orange-chocolate Share This: OC.

"It’s hard to not have an affinity for oranges when you grow up in Orange County," shared The Bruery Founder & CEO Patrick

Rue. "Oranges and chocolate are a natural pair, each flavor enhancing the other. We’re excited to bring this flavor combination

to Share This, and to support Food Forward, a local charity that benefits our community by providing delicious, fresh fruit to

those who might not have access to it otherwise."

You’ll recall in June 2016, Share This: Coffee debuted, supporting Free Wheelchair Mission’s efforts in the Philippines. Mostra

Coffee carefully sourced Bourbon & Catimor variety coffee beans from the Cagat family farm of the highlands of Mindanao

island to match the beer’s roasty profile. Later in October, Share This: Mole brought a collaboration with Certified Cicerone®

and Chef Anne Conness, who helped The Bruery create an ideal blend of ancho chilies, chipotle peppers, cinnamon, vanilla, and

cacao nibs to create a rich mole stout to benefit Free Wheelchair Mission’s efforts in Mexico.

Beers in the Share This series are released twice annually, with the next release to be announced in fall of 2017. The Bruery has

donated $50,000 for Share This: Coffee, and has committed the donation of an additional $50,000 for Share This: Mole, to Free

Wheelchair Mission.

"We are thrilled to be the selected non-profit to benefit from the current release of Share This." expressed Food Forward

Founder & Executive Director, Rick Nahmias. "The ethos, practices and vibe of The Bruery is so aligned with Food Forward and

our work to eradicate food waste and act as a bridge to get fresh healthy produce to over 1.25 million of our region's most

vulnerable. The generosity of this program and partnership is a huge boon to Food Forward and will allow us to continue to

deepen our work to harvest food, fight hunger and build community across Southern California."

Share This: OC can be purchased directly from The Bruery beginning March 14 at TheBrueryStore.com, The Bruery Tasting

Room in Placentia, and the Bruery Terreux Tasting Room in Anaheim. Throughout the month of March, the beer will be hitting

retail shelves in The Bruery’s national distribution footprint.

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