This Popular West Michigan Brewery Is Releasing A Beer To Help Ukraine
A popular West Michigan brewery is doing its part to help the people of Ukraine by releasing a new beer and donating the proceeds to UNICEF to aid in the relief efforts in Ukraine. The release is part of a multinational project spearheaded by the non-profit, Brew For Ukraine.
Brewery Vivant, a popular Grand Rapids brewery, serves up amazing food such as my wife Lindsey's favorite Duck Nachos pictured below.
They also make a variety of flavorful beers.
And now, they're making a new beer and donating the proceeds to UNICEF to aid in the relief efforts in Ukraine.
What's The Beer Called?
The beer to benefit Ukraine will be named ANYUTA.
ANYUTA is named after Jason's grandmother who grew up in a Ukrainian village outside of Kyiv.
What's The Beer Made Of?
For this beer, Brewery Vivant used a rye malt base and added eleven 4lb loaves of Ukrainian-style rye bread made by Field & Fire Bakery to create a rustic Rye Farmhouse Ale.
The beer is malt-forward with aromas of fresh-baked bread. Anyuta has a grain spiciness from the rye, a creamy mouthfeel, and a smooth finish.
When Can You Get ANYUTA At Brewery Vivant?
On Thursday, April 28 Brewery Vivant will be releasing ANYUTA. All proceeds will be donated to UNICEF to help with Ukrainian relief aid. The release is part of a multinational project spearheaded by the non-profit, Brew For Ukraine.
You can get more info on Brewery Vivant by checking out their website.