Texas' Revolver Brewing is giving back to its home state the best way it knows how. The Granbury-based brewer announced it is giving 100 percent of all profits from its Harvey Relief Golden Ale directly to charities actively serving coastal communities affected by the devastation from Hurricane Harvey.
The first of those charities will be the Rebuilding Texas Fund, a Keep Texas Beautiful initiative providing tools and resources for Harvey cleanup and rebuilding efforts. Revolver founders Ron and Rhett Keisler and brewmaster Grant Wood all have strong roots in Texas, and immediately knew they wanted to help.
"Our hearts go out to everyone dealing with the aftermath of this tragedy," said Rhett Keisler. "Having grown up in Sugar Land, helping our beautiful home state bounce back from Harvey was a no-brainer for us and what better way to do this than by doing what we do best — brewing a beer for our fellow Texans who share this common goal."
Harvey Relief Golden Ale, which will be found across the state on draught and in six-packs, is the latest support from the brewery, which helped deliver thousands of cans of drinking water to Hurricane Harvey victims immediately following the storm.
Harvey Relief Golden Ale is brewed with two-row Pilsner malt, Abbey malt, and hopped with Saphir and Citra. The golden ale joins Revolver's growing portfolio of brews led by their flagship beer, Blood & Honey, an unfiltered wheat beer brewed with blood orange peel and Texas honey.