Do you enjoy beer? Have you always wanted to help out those affected by the California wildfire disasters but didn't have the money to go and help, or to donate? Now you can help those affected by drinking some Minnesota brewed beer. 

Help for victims of the Camp Fire in California is coming, in the form of beer.

Sierra Nevada Brewing Company which is based out of California has come up with a beer called Resilience. The company has begun sharing the recipe with breweries around the country. Proceeds of the sale of the beer will help fire victims.

One thousand craft breweries have signed up to make the beer so they can help, also.

Fair State Brewing, 612 Brew, Angry Inch Brewing, Shakopee Brewhall, and Surly are some of the Minnesota Breweries making the charity beer. It's not clear when we will start to see the beer on store shelves.

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