Bismarck Brewing Company continues raising money for Camp Fire victims

Published: Dec. 27, 2018 at 6:06 PM CST
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Earlier this month, the Bismarck Brewing Company joined hundreds of others across the country to make and sell Resilience beer as a fundraiser for the victims of the Camp Fire in California.

After a week of sales, the IPA has already raised $500 for the cause. Owners say if the trend continues as it is, they should raise more than $12,000 by the deadline.

"It's a good chunk of money, so it'll actually make a difference that way. It's, for a business our size where we're just starting out. Money is tighter when you're just starting a business so you don't have as much money to donate as much as I'd like to so this is the way to do it," said Jordan Everaert, brewmaster.

Resilience is only available in town at the Bismarck Brewing Company Taproom. It will be on tap until May 1 or when supplies run out. One-hundred-percent of sales go towards the victims.