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Bale Breaker Brewshed IPA Raises Important Funds for Washington Wild

Posted on Dec 7, 2020 in Brewshed, Conservation News

For the 2nd year in a row, Brewshed IPA — a collaboration beer between Bale Breaker Brewing Company and Washington Wild — helped raise important funds for wildlands and waterway protection in our great state. The 2020 limited edition can, which was sold in PCC markets and at Bale Breaker’s taproom, brought in $2,500 to support our mission of protecting and restoring wild lands and waters through advocacy, education, and civic engagement.

A member of our Brewshed® Alliance, the Yakima based Bale Breaker once again brought joy to all those who enjoy great beer and the great outdoors. Brewshed IPA is a perfectly balanced IPA that’s best enjoyed amongst mountain peaks.  Washington Wild super-volunteer Jeff Chandler crushed the gorgeous can design (pun intended), which illustrates the Brewshed connection between fresh water ways and superior downstream craft beer.

Thanks to Bale Breaker Brewing Co for being a part of our Brewshed® Alliance, introducing new audiences to our work, and raising important funds for our shared interest of clean water for all!


Brewshed IPA Can with mouintain and forest drawing

Photo courtesy of Bale Breaker Brewing Company