Exhibit A Brewing To Release Pale Ale To Help Homeless Veterans

FRAMINGHAM – Exhibit A Brewing Company in Framingham will be opening early on Veterans Day.

The company will release its latest brew – Demo Tape Eight: Simcoe Oat Pale Ale – on Friday, Nov. 11. The pale ale features citrus hops.

With the release of Demo Tape Eight, Exhibit A Brewing will be raising money to help homeless veterans and will be accepting donations on behalf of the Chefs Table Foundation. The Chefs Table Foundation provides scholarships for homeless veterans to attend culinary school and get a new start on life.

Exhibit A Brewing Company said it will match each donation.

The tap room will be open from noon to 8 p.m.on Friday. Demo Tape Eight will be available in the tap room and in cans to take home.

Exhibit A Brewing Company also will release a special beer in 2017, as part of the Black Ale Project, it announced today, Nov. 10, on the birthday of the U.S. Marine Corps.

The company will donate proceeds from this beer to help our veterans in need.

The Black Ale Project is a craft beer initiative that is raising money and awareness for organizations that help U.S. veterans.


Photo courtesy of Exhibit A

Framingham Source Editor Susan Petroni

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