WESTMINSTER, MA — One of many state’s oldest craft breweries launched a brand new beer this week to lift cash for United Means organizations responding to the coronavirus outbreak.
Wachusett Brewing Co.’s Glory American IPA went on sale Tuesday in partnership with Atlas Distributing. Wachusett will donate $1 from every six-pack to the coronavirus aid funds being managed by the United Means of Central Massachusetts (Worcester), the Better Worcester Group Basis, the United Means of North Central Massachusetts (Fitchburg), and the United Means of Tri-County (Framingham).
These organizations are accepting donations to assist group teams which might be responding to the disaster, like meals banks.
In March in the beginning of the outbreak, the United Means of Central Massachusetts and the Better Worcester Group Basis partnered with town of Worcester to create the Worcester Collectively Fund. The fund has to date raised $four.2 million to assist companies and native residents struggling in the course of the pandemic.
Different native breweries are additionally mounting charitable efforts in the course of the pandemic. Jack’s Abby in Framingham just lately added a characteristic to its web site permitting anybody to donate the brewery’s pizza to both MetroWest Medical Middle, Daniel’s Desk, or United Means of Tri-County.
Glory IPA was truly launched a number of months in the past beneath the title IPA X. The brewery deliberate to launch the IPA this yr anyway, however then coronavirus hit, Wachusett President Christian McMahan advised the Worcester Telegram. The brewery determined to show the launch into a bigger group effort.
The brewery describes Glory as a “crushable trendy type IPA loaded with hops that present an aroma of mango, pineapple, and pear.”
The beer will go on sale Tuesday, and you’ll find out the place to purchase it on the Wachusett Brewing web site.