Tree Brewing Black Tree Dark Ale to Benefit B.C. Fire ReLeaf
On September 23, 2009 At 11:40 pm
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KELOWNA, BC – Tree Brewing are set to release Black Tree Dark Ale, a beer to benefit B.C. Fire ReLeaf, a program of the non-profit group Tree Canada to help replace forests throughout British Columbia that were destroyed during the wildfires over the summer.
“As a locally-owned and active member of the Okanagan community, Tree Brewing is committed to helping to replace trees in local parks and forests,” said Tod Melnyk, Tree Brewing President. “We have created Black Tree specifically to support this initiative, and hope to be able to recruit other members of the community to join us in redeveloping this beautiful region.”
Black Tree Dark Ale is available now at the brewery, and will be in B.C. liquor stores by mid-October. A donation will be made to Tree Canada for every bottle purchased.