A Redding brewery is helping raise money to help rebuild parts of the Sacramento River Trail after the Carr Fire.
The project is a collaboration with the Redding Trail Alliance and the Redding Loose Riders.
Beginning Saturday at noon, Fall River Brewing will release it's Single Track Obsession, a limited-run IPA with part of the proceeds going toward helping rebuild the river trails.
"And it's just beyond amazing how awesome the mountain bike trails are around here," Fall River owner John Hutchings said. "And so we started looking to see how we could get involved that. And then after the Carr Fire a lot of them were pretty much ruined. So we wanted to see how we could help out with rebuilding them."
They've brewed 300 cases of beer which they say could generate quite a bit of revenue for the trails if they sell.
The beer will be available at Fall River's tap house on East Cypress Avenue and their brewery on East Side Road in Redding.
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