To help support relief efforts for the 416 Fire burning outside Durango, Ska Brewing has organized a statewide brewery-led fundraising effort. So, even if you don’t live in or around Durango, you can help raise funds for the relief efforts.
Already-listed events here in the Springs are at Fossil Craft Beer and Goat Patch Brewing, so Colorado Springs drinkers can do their part this Saturday!
Here’s the full list of venues currently slated to host Fire Relief events this Saturday:
4 Noses Brewing
Dark Sky Brewing
Dry Dock Brewing Co.
Elevation Beer Co.
Fossil Craft Brewing
Goat Patch Brewing
Jessup Farm Barrel House
Lone Tree Brewing Company
Mountain Tap Brewery
Stillmank Brewing Co.
Wild Woods Brewery
Front Range BBQ
Parry’s Pizza (all 7 locations)
The Jailhouse Craft Beer Bar
This coming Saturday, Ska Brewing will donate $1 from every pint sold, and over 25 other breweries, bars and restaurants have joined the effort. If you want to get involved head here, and if you want your brewery or company is interested in hosting events or fundraisers can email Kristen Muraro for more information.
Here’s Ska’s press release:
DURANGO, CO— Ska Brewing has organized Save the San Juans Saturday to support relief efforts for the 416 fire in Durango. This Saturday June 23, breweries across the state are encouraged to donate funds from pint sales to Durango’s Community Emergency Relief Fund (CERF). The fundraising goal for the fund is $500,000.
This Saturday, June 23 one dollar from every pint sold at Ska Brewing will be donated to CERF. The brewery has initiated Save The San Juans Saturday to catalyze statewide brewery support. More than 25 brewing companies, bars, and restaurants have joined the effort.
Odell Brewing will donate $1 from every pint of Colorado Lager sold in its Fort Collins and RiNo Denver homes to fire relief on Saturday, too.
From now through Saturday, one dollar from every Oskar Blues pint sold at the Oskar Blues Brewery Longmont and Oskar Blues Boulder taprooms will support the fund. All sales of CANundrum mixed 12-packs sold to-go from Oskar Blues’ Boulder and Longmont taprooms will be donated as well. “Oskar Blues and SKA are cut from the same unconventional ColoRADo cloth and have built our breweries in places we love to play in the outdoors. Hell, you can’t spell oSKAr without SKA. We’re proud to help lead the charge in helping their community respond to the 416 fire with a week of fundraising at our taprooms,” says Chad Melis, Marketing Director for Oskar Blues Brewery.
From now through the end of June, New Belgium Brewing is matching tips and donations in its Fort Collins tasting room.