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Locally-brewed Craft Beer With Charitable Aim Available On Oct. 4

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Exciting news for craft beer lovers in the Philadelphia area: Saison de Rose, a limited-edition brew that benefits a local breast cancer treatment center, will be available starting Oct. 4th.

The beer, which was created by Free Will Brewery in Bucks County with the help of four female beer experts (see previous story), benefits the Rena Rowan Breast Center at the University of Pennsylvania.

The pink-hued brew will debut at Philadelphia’s Devil’s Den during an weekend-long party that begins on Oct. 4th. $1 from every draft sold at that party will go to the center.

Furthermore, Free Will says the beer will be available at the following Philadelphia area bars:

Philadelphia

Bainbridge St Barrel House, Philadelphia
City Tap House, Philadelphia
Devils Den, Philadelphia
Doc’s World of Beer, Philadelphia
Earth Bread & Brewery, Philadelphia
Franklin’s Pub & Grill, Philadelphia
Johnny Brenda’s, Philadelphia
Kraftwork Bar, Philadelphia
Old Eagle Tavern, Philadelphia
Parc, Philadelphia
Red Owl Tavern, Philadelphia
Route 6, Philadelphia
The Sidecar, Philadelphia
The Ugly Moose, Philadelphia
Time, Philadelphia

Berks County

The Fridge, Lancaster

Bucks County

Blue Dog Family Tavern, Chalfont
Buttonwood Grille, Lahaska
Iron Abbey, Horsham
KC Prime, Warrington
M.O.M’s, Doylestown
Spinnerstown Hotel, Spinnerstown
The Horse Tavern, Sellersville
The Perk, Perkasie
Washington House, Sellersville

Chester County

Pickering Creek Inn, Phoenixville
PJ Whelihan’s, Downingtown
PJ Whelihan’s, West Chester
Rino’s Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria, Exton
Square Bar, West Chester
The Drafting Room, Exton
The Pour House, Exton
The Sidebar, West Chester

Dauphin County

The Warwick Hotel, Hummelstown

Delaware County

2312 Garrett Bar, Drexel Hill
Brick & Brew, Havertown
Jack McShea’s, Ardmore
McCloskey’s Tavern, Ardmore
The Beer Shoppe, Ardmore
Whole Foods Market, Glen Mills

Lehigh County

Strange Brew, Allentown

Montgomery County

Capone’s, Norristown
Tex Mex Connection, North Wales
PJ Whelihan’s, Blue Bell
Railroad Street Bar, Linfield
Southern Cross, Conshohocken
The Greeks Next Door, Narberth
Union Jack’s Pub, Glenside
Whole Foods Market, Plymouth Meeting

Northampton County

Black & Blue, Easton
Maxim’s 22 French Bistro & Brasserie, Easton
PJ Whelihan’s, Bethlehem
Two Rivers Brewing Company, Easton

The beer is projected to raise more than $16,000 for the Rena Rowan Center.

For more information, visit: www.freewillbrewing.com

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