TORONTO, ON – Collective Arts Brewing has announced the release of its contribution to an international brewing collaboration that aims to “create a safe and discrimination-free beer industry, especially for women, BIPOC, and LGBTQIA+ individuals, through inclusive environments and transparent policies.”
Brave Noise Pale Ale (4.5% abv) has been spearheaded by Brienne Allan, a former employee of Notch Brewing who triggered a #MeToo-style reckoning earlier this year when she opened up her Instragram account to stories of harassment and discrimination experienced by those in the craft beer industry.
Brave Noise is being brewed by more than 100 breweries around the world, with Collective Arts describing its version as follows:
This is a golden brew with aromas of Pinã Colada, lime and coconut (anyone want to get caught in the rain with us?) A crisp, seasonable pale ale, it’s the perfect beer to enjoy with a friend.
Brave Noise Pale Ale is available now at the Collective Arts retail stores and online shop. Partial proceeds will be donated to Beer Kulture, an organization that is dedicated to “advancing and creating opportunities that foster diversity, equity and inclusion within the craft beverage space.”
Source & Photo: Collective Arts Brewing