30 Outlets Across Scotland Sign up to Charity Ale in First Month

Over 30 outlets across Scotland sign up to charity ale in its first month

Inveralmond Brewery’s charitable brew is continuing to fly high after just one month on sale, with over 30 outlets across Scotland signing up to serve the benevolent beer, created to raise funds for Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance (SCAA).

The Perth-based beer-makers, one of Scotland’s leading independent craft breweries, teamed up with Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance (SCAA) in July this year to create the special brew to help fundraise for Scotland’s only air ambulance charity which relies solely on public donations.

Since launching the brew, there has been an out-pouring of support from pubs across Scotland with 5p from each pint pulled donated to the Perth based charity. From Inverness to Edinburgh, Glenshee to Kilmarnock, a whole host of beer lovers have been getting the chance to enjoy a charitable pint and raise a glass to a very worthy cause.

Fergus Clark, Managing Director at Inveralmond Brewery commented:

“The SCAA Charity Beer has been very well received by our trade customers and we’re thrilled that the charity brew is now being enjoyed in over 30 outlets across Scotland. We’re delighted to be helping make a significant difference to this amazing charity which provides an incredible emergency service.”

Not only is the partnership with Inveralmond Brewery helping to keep the life-saving service in the air, it is also spreading awareness of the great work SCAA do all across Scotland. Since it was founded in 2012, they have responded to over 600 emergency callouts across the country, working closely with Scottish Air Ambulance Service to save lives.

SCAA Head of Fundraising Sally Cameron commented:

“We are delighted that through this partnership with Inveralmond Brewery people across Scotland have been able to enjoy a beer and, at the same time, know that they are helping keep our much-needed service in action.

“We hope this support continues and that we can encourage even more places to start selling the beer for their customers to enjoy.”

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