Protest the Hero Launch "All Hands" Beer for Charity

Proceeds from sales of the session sour will go to the Indian Residential School Survivors Society
Protest the Hero Launch 'All Hands' Beer for Charity
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Protest the Hero grappled with the United States' violent colonial legacy on their 2020 album Palimpsest, and the band have now announced a new album-themed beer that will support those affected by that of their native Canada.

The band have collaborated with Town Brewery in their hometown of Whitby, ON, to create a dry-hopped session sour beer called "All Hands," named for the fifth track on the aforementioned Juno-nominated LP.

Proceeds from sales of the brew will be donated to the Indian Residential School Survivors Society, a Vancouver-based organization that provides essential services to Residential School survivors, their families, and those dealing with intergenerational traumas.

Brewed with Mosaic, HBC630 and Simcoe hops, All Hands is said to be "jam packed with aromas of fuzzy peaches, honeydew melon, fresh squeezed lemon and guava." 

Find further information on Protest the Hero's All Hands session sour here, and make a donation to the Indian Residential School Survivors Society here.

Last year, Town Brewery released a charitable beer with PUP and also brewed socially-conscious suds with Dizzy and the Dirty Nil.

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