SQUAMISH, BC – Backcountry Brewing has announced the return of a charity beer to raise funds for the BC Cancer Foundation.
Suck It Cancer (5.5% abv) is a double dry-hopped Pale Ale that Backcountry master brewer John Folinsbee says has been “hopped with Mosaic, Citra and one of our favorite new hops Strata, so expect big dank and tropical fruit notes.”
The beer has been made and packaged with the support of sponsors including Summit Labels, Hops Connect, Vessel Packaging Co, Rahr Malting, and BSG Canada, and features artwork provided by the estate of Chili Thom, a local artist who passed away from cancer in 2016.
15,000 litres of Suck It Cancer have been produced, and the brewery will donate $50 per keg, $1 per 4-pack, and 50 cents for each glass sold in the tasting room, to the BCCF.
Suck It Cancer will be available at Backcountry and select liquor stores and bars in British Columbia while supplies last.