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Local breweries collaborate for Habitat for Humanity

Trevor Reid
treid@greeleytribune.com

Eight Weld County breweries have come together for a one-of-a-kind beer with a cause. Proceeds from the collaboration House that Beer Built IPA will raise funds for a home build for a local family.

WeldWerks Brewing Co., Wiley Roots Brewing Co., High Hops Brewery, Brix Taphouse and Brewery, Broken Plow Brewery, Mash Lab Brewing, Echo Brewing Co. and City Star Brewing created a New England-style session IPA to raise funds for the Greeley Area Habitat for Humanity. It will be the area's first "House that Beer Built."

The IPA will be sold at participating breweries, Greeley Chophouse, Kenny's Steakhouse, The Tavern at St. Michael's Square, Coyote's Southwestern Grill, Lucky Fins, Palomino Mexican Restaurant, Outriders, Westlake Wine and Spirits, Coral Bay Wine and Spirits and Highland Park Liquor.

To learn more about helping local low-income families, go to GreeleyHabitat.org or contact Cheri Witt-Brown, executive director at the Greeley Area Habitat for Humanity, at cheri@greeleyhabitat.org or (970) 351-6766 ext. 102.

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