Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant honored Breast Cancer Awareness Month by raising funds for Beer4Boobs, an organization dedicated to creating positive relationships with the brewing community while promoting breast cancer awareness, supporting those fighting cancer, and funding life-saving research.
Throughout October, Iron Hill is donating $1.00 per pint or mug sold of Brambleberry, Iron Hill’s raspberry Farmhouse Ale, to Beer4Boobs.
Iron Hill has a long history of supporting cancer research through local and company-wide initiatives. In addition to raising funds for Beer4Boobs this October, Iron Hill has donated $0.75 of each sale of Triple Chocolate Hill dessert to CureSearch for Children’s Cancer since 2004, raising in total over $325,000 since its inception. Aligning with Beer4Boobs is an extension of Iron Hill’s community efforts to engage, raise awareness and support those impacted by cancer.
“At Iron Hill, we know that a strong community is the key to our success and that it is comprised not only of our team but each of our guests. Breast cancer impacts many lives, not just the diagnosed person, so we want to do our part to help raise awareness and funds. Partnering with Beer4Boobs creates the opportunity for conversations, research, and recovery,” said Chris Westcott, CEO of Iron Hill Brewery.
Iron Hill’s Brambleberry is a Farmhouse Ale with an ABV of 4.6% and is light-bodied and refreshing with citrus fruit flavors and a burst of raspberry. Brambleberry is available on tap at all 21 Iron Hill locations.