A Yorkshire micro brewery is urging people to dig deep this Christmas to support a Scarborough based charity.
Wold Top Brewery responded to an appeal by former employees Will Brown and
Melanie Coull to raise vital funds for?SASH (Sustainable Aid Supporting Haiti) by brewing a limited edition beer.
Will and Melanie set up SASH with a team of volunteers to help people in the rural areas of Haiti who are still badly affected by the aftermath of the 12th January earthquake and the more recent Hurricane Tomas.? The brewery will donate 50p from the sale of each bottle of?SASH Aid Ale to help fund the charity?s critical work in Haiti.
Brewery owner Gill Mellor has been working with Will?s parents, Janet and Philip Brown from Wold Newton, to raise as much money as possible and is encouraging people to buy a gift with a difference this year; ?Buying a bottle or two of SASH Aid ale will not only be appreciated by the recipient, but will go towards providing wells for clean water, even more important now with the high risk of Cholera in Haiti.?
SASH Aid Ale is a crisp, light easy drinking beer with an ABV of 4.4%.? As SASH does not use the funds raised for salaries and administration every penny of the 50p will go to support the most needy Haitian people.? Aid Ale will be available at?Sledmere Christmas Food and Craft festival on 5th December,?Scarborough Rugby Club on ?8th December, online at?www.woldtopbrewery.co.uk/mailorder or direct from the brewery by calling 01723 892222.? SASH Christmas cards will also be on sale at Sledmere.
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