Rock Art Brewery,On March 9, 2011 Rock Art Brewery will be releasing a limited edition beer to raise money for Pete’s Greens in Craftsbury, Vermont. In January a fire erupted and destroyed years of hard work, innovation, and purpose. This handcrafted beer created by brew master Matt Nadeau will be sold throughout the state to restaurants and retailers, raising proceeds and awareness. ‘Matt and I strongly believe in eating local foods, we admire what Pete is doing, and also every person involved in the VT Fresh Network,’ said Renee Nadeau of Rock Art Brewery. The devastating fire reduced the main barn, washhouse, and root cellar to ashes. As fundraising efforts continue, the Barn Raising Brown Ale was created to remind Vermonters that this farm still needs our help. When was the last time you bought a beer and helped rebuild a barn?Vermont Artist Jess Graham donated her time and energy to create a dynamic label with her signature style. When describing her art Jess fittingly says, ‘I hope it helps shake out the dust in your body, mind, and soul like a good beer and a long hard laugh.’ As a long time supporter of the local food scene she felt a giant void when hearing of the fire and volunteered at once.Rock Art Brewery will be donating all profits from the Barn Raising Brown Ale to Pete’s Greens. Additionally, Calmont Beverage and G. Housen Distributors will both be donating $2 for each case sold to retailers. New England Label out of Barre, VT has given significant discounts on a limited batch of labels. Retailers and restaurants can sell the beer as they wish but are encouraged to use the beer in their own Pete’s Greens promotion. Besides 330 cases of 22oz bottles there will be 8 kegs of the limited libation. For any questions please contact Renee Nadeau at Rock Art Brewery at (802) 888-9400. For wholesale inquiries please contact Calmont Beverage at (802) 223-3281 or G. Housen Distributors at (800) 240-6287.
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