Iron Hill Brewery (Iron Hill), Exton, Pa., announced the release of three limited release beers for two crucial causes: relief efforts in Ukraine and education for women and/or non-binary individuals in brewing. Iron Hill will release the two following beers RESIST and Rye of the Tiger on March 31, in support of the Red Cross Humanitarian Relief Efforts (RCHR) in Ukraine. The release of We all Beelong, benefits the Philadelphia and Atlanta chapters of the Pink Boots Society the following week on April 7. 

The 9.8%-ABV RESIST bottled in a 750-ml bottle is a jet-black, full-bodied “anti-imperial” stout full of rich roasted malts aged in utopias barrels. This stout has notes of dark cocoa, espresso and vanilla. Iron Hill will donate 100% of release date proceeds to the RCHR, followed by a donation of $10 for each $24.95 bottle after the release date. 

Rye of the Tiger is a 6% ABV porter draft that has been aged three months in Dad’s Hat Rye Whiskey barrels. Packaged in 12-ounce bottles Rye of the Tiger will be poured for $8.25 and all proceeds on the release date will be donated to the RCHR, followed by a donation of $1 for each pour after the release date.

Packaged in a 16-ounce can, We All Beelong is a 6.2% ABV American pilsner brewed with honey in collaboration with the Philadelphia and Atlanta chapters of the Pink Boots Society. We All Beelong is brewed with a generous amount of honey from Fruitwood Orchards and a hefty dry hop with 2022’s Pink Boots Hop Blend by Hop Specialist, Yakima Chief.  The delicate floral honey notes are accentuated by the fruity character of the carefully selected and curated hop blend.  

The pilsner will be sold on draft for $8.25 a pint and in four-packs of 16-ounce cans for $14.50, while supplies last. A portion of the proceeds from this women-led beer will go to the Philadelphia and Atlanta chapters of the Pink Boots Society, a nonprofit organization that supports women and/or non-binary individuals working in the fermented/alcohol beverage profession through education. 

“Creating beers with a cause is immensely important to us as brewers and a corporation. Being a woman in brewing myself, it feels great to give back and support the future of women and non-binary individuals in the brewing industry,” stated Whitney McLain, Iron Hill’s Head Brewer at their Dunwoody, Ga. “I’m proud that as a brewery we have the resources that allow us to launch three different beers with a cause simultaneously. I am so grateful that we can use our strong brewing structure to create great beers, support important causes and engage with the community through delicious beer.”