Local Brewery Creates New Beer to Help United Way
Local beer makers Prairie Street Brewing Company have teamed up with local manufacturer Woodward to help the United Way.
Prairie Street Brewing launched the new brew on Tuesday.
Left-Handed Monkey Wrench IPA is said to be an IPA with sharp, pine flavors and some grapefruit notes.
The IPA is a seven-barrel batch, which comes out to 14 kegs pouring more than 1,700 pints of beer. Which PSB plans to do till they run out.
The brewery says they will donate 50 cents from every pint sold to the United Way of the Rock River Valley as part of Woodward's United Way Campaign.
Paul Logli, United Way of Rock River Valley CEO, said to WIFR.com:
People will be able to come here sample a great brew, When they're drinking, hopefully they're thinking of United Way, their community and all the good things Woodward does."
Woodward has been working with the United Way for 100 years. Over the last 5 years, they have helped raise $200,000 for the charity organization.