Special Collaboration Beer now available at Big Storm Brewing

Several Pinellas County craft breweries are teaming up with Habitat for Humanity to raise money for A House that Beer Built.  The brewers hope to raise $50,000 to help a local family in need.

Part of the money will be raised through the sale of a special collaboration beer the breweries have created for this cause.

“This is a tremendous opportunity to give back to the community and by working together we are crafting both a home and hope for a Pinellas family,” said Big Storm Brewing owner L.J. Govoni.

Big Storm Brewing Co. is one of the local breweries participating in the program.  Others include Dissent Craft Brewing and Flying Boat Brewing Co.

Habitat is beyond excited to be working with the craft beer community here in Pinellas County,” said Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas County Vice President of Corporate Partnerships and Marketing Alison Riley. “We are always looking for new and innovative ways to partner with businesses and individuals in the area as well as spread the word of the Habitat mission. We are thankful to Big Storm and all of the breweries who have made this project possible!”

The collaboration beer, called “A House That Beer Built”, is now available in the Big Storm Clearwater taproom located at 12707 49th St. N.

Big Storm Head Brewer Joel Moore says the beer is a Belgian Wit (white) that is brewed with white wheat and barley malt for a refreshing and flavorful, hazy golden-white ale.  He says the addition of orange peel, coriander, and grains of paradise add layers of sweet citrus and pleasant spice.  A traditional Belgian wit yeast completes the perfect beer for a great cause.