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07.2013

Massachusetts Beverage Business

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COLLABORATION BEER FOR THE ONE FUND BOSTON

WITH A GOAL TO RAISE MONEY for The One Fund Boston, which provides assistance to those affected by the Boston Marathon bombings, Trillium Brewing, in collaboration with The Publick House in Brookline, BEERADVOCATE and Valley Malt, has brewed “OneBoston”. The new beer is an American IPA with a grist including locally grown and malted rye and crystal oats contributed by Valley Malt, located in Hadley, Massachusetts. An unfiltered, hazy ale with 5O IBUs, most of its Columbus, Chinook and Falconer’s Flight hops were reserved for whirlpool and post-fermentation additions in order to retain as much of the delicate aromatic oils in the finished beer. The brew is 7.5% ABV. “OneBoston was brewed in response to our need to help those most gravely impacted by the terrible things that happened, while at the same time, celebrating the heroes that rose up as a result,” said Trillium founder and brewer JC Tetreault. David Ciccolo, owner of The Publick House, commented, “I believe I speak for all of us involved in this project when I say how privileged we are to use our collective passion for craft beer to give back to those affected by this senseless tragedy.” The beer is also available for 32-ounce and 64-ounce growler fills at the brewery’s 369 Congress Street, Boston, location. “We’re giving back the best way we can, by raising awareness through the craft beer community,” stated BEERADVOCATE co-founder Todd Alström. 1OO percent of the net proceeds from OneBoston sales will be donated to The One Fund Boston.

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