Hello Friend Beer- Native Land (Hazy)
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Hello Friend Beer- Native Land (Hazy)

Regular price $6.99 $0.00 Unit price per

16oz Single Can

6.6% ABV

Hazy IPA W/ Citra, El Dorado, And Strata

The Native Land Campaign is an initiative started by the first Native Woman-owned brewery in the country, Bow and Arrow Brewing Co. in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The purpose of this collaboration and campaign, “is to further visibility of Native people and to generate resources to support Native organizations whose work focuses on ecological stewardship and strengthening Native communities”. A portion of the proceeds from all can sales of our version of Native Land will be donated to the California Tribal Fund, which is currently run by the First Nations Development Institute (@fndi303). Donations will be used to help further their efforts of building and investing in Native communities, like those of the Ohlone People upon whose homeland our brewery currently resides. The recipe, originally developed by Bow and Arrow Brewing, yields a remarkably fruit forward and aromatic Hazy IPA. The combination of Citra, Strata, and El Dorado hops creates a uniquely juicy profile reminiscent of farmstand grapefruit juice and peach smoothies. We are truly honored to have been invited to participate in this campaign and going forward are committed to using our platform to provide visibility and resources to wherever/whomever our capacity allows. Thank you again to Bow and Arrow Brewing Co. (@bowandarrowbrewing) for allowing us to participate in this amazing project.

 

COLLABORATION:

The Native Land Campaign is an initiative started by the first Native Woman-owned brewery in the country, Bow and Arrow Brewing Co. in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The purpose of this collaboration and campaign, “is to further visibility of Native people and to generate resources to support Native organizations whose work focuses on ecological stewardship and strengthening Native communities”. A portion of the proceeds from all can sales of our version of Native Land will be donated to the California Tribal Fund, which is currently run by the First Nations Development Institute (@fndi303).


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