CORRECTION: Sierra Nevada Brewery is donating 100 percent of the sales from the beer to Camp Fire relief efforts.
BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - The IPA, which is raising money for Camp Fire relief, hit shelves on Monday in Butte County and across the country.
Sierra Nevada Brewing Company is donating 100 percent of the profits from "Resilience Butte County Strong IPA" to Camp Fire relief efforts.
Officials at the brewing company told Action News Now that a delivery team is dropping the beer off at several locations around Chico Monday. Shipments across the country are also beginning Monday.
The canned beer has already sold at the Sierra Nevada Gift Shop but is still available on tap.
Sierra Nevada Brewing Company also challenged other brewers to make the beer and donate all proceeds, and so far has convinced over 1,400 breweries across the country to partake.
To find a location where you can purchase the beer, use Sierra Nevada's beer locator by CLICKING HERE.
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