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Brew Moon does benefit for beer month.

In honor of American Beer Month, the Brew Moon restaurant & microbrewery of Boston, MA (now owned by Rock Bottom) has announced its plans to support the National Alliance of Autism Research (NAAR) through beer sales and other fund raising tactics. Brew Moon will donate 25 cents from every Patriot Pale Ale sold in July to the organization. Additionally, Brew Moon guests can support NAAR by purchasing a "footprint" that will be displayed in the Brew Moon restaurants.

Brew Moon managers and employees will also participate in the Walk Far for NAAR Walkathon on September 30, 2001 in Brighton, MA.

Led by Senior Brewer, Scott Hutchinson the Brew Moon brewing team created the Patriot Pale Ale in honor of American Beer Month. The brewers described the beer as "An East Coast version of the classic American-style pale ale, with citrus hop aromas that meld with caramel and biscuit malts to yield a distinctively American ale."
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Title Annotation:Walkathon and beer sales to support Autism research, Brighton, MA
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1U1MA
Date:Jul 2, 2001
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