Brick West Brewing presents River Reunion event, on Aug. 25th

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Brick West Brewing of Spokane, Washington invites you to a very special beer release event on Friday, August 25th. Along with lots of great beer, including the release of a Salmon-Safe certified IPA, at the 2nd Annual River Reunion event, you can enjoy live music and the lovely patio environment. Also, maybe learn about the ongoing efforts to protect local aquifers and waterways.

Brick West Brewing will donate 5 percent of sales of Upstream IPA to water conservation organizations. You’ll find more info about the beer, the event, and the cause below.

2nd Annual River Reunion
Friday, August 25th; 4:00 – 8:00
Brick West Brewing
1318 W 1st Ave.
Spokane, WA 99201

2nd Annual River Reunion: Salmon-Safe certified beer is released by Brick West Brewing in support of community watershed conservation


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Inland Northwest Land Conservancy, Salmon Safe, and Brick West Brewing are excited to announce the launch of their UPSTREAM IPA, brewed with grain grown right here in the Northwest by local Salmon-Safe certified growers Clearwater Farms (Nez Perce, Idaho, via LINC Malt and Coldstream Malt) and a portion of hops from Coleman Ag of St. Paul, OR.

Celebrate this milestone with us at our River Reunion event on Friday, August 25th from 4-8pm. Come out to the brewery and interact with your fellow Spokane community members to learn about your local Spokane aquifer and discover how the protection and restoration of local waterways benefit wildlife and fish throughout our community!


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In addition to craft beer, live music, and the friendly Brick West Brewing Patio environment, representatives from Inland Northwest Land Conservancy, Spokane Riverkeeper, Spokane River Forum, The Lands Council, Spokane City Stormwater, and the Spokane County Water Resource Center will be in attendance to talk about what’s being done throughout our region to improve healthy and climate-resilient forests, prairies, and waterways. In addition to these partners, local Spokane business, The Grain Shed, will be selling locally grown and Salmon-Safe certified grain products to patrons in attendance.

5% of UPSTREAM IPA sales that night go to water conservation organizations.

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About Inland Northwest Land Conservancy
Inland Northwest Land Conservancy was formed in 1991. Since then, the organization has helped protect nearly 23,000 acres in eastern Washington and northern Idaho. Recent successes include permanent protection of land between Palisades Park and Riverside State Park, Waikiki Springs Nature Preserve along the Little Spokane River, and additional land in the Saltese Uplands area.

About Salmon-Safe
Salmon-Safe is a leading PNW-based environmental nonprofit working to transform land management practices across urban and agricultural landscapes so salmon can thrive in West Coast watersheds. Founded in 1997 by Oregon-based conservation organization Pacific Rivers, Salmon-Safe brings peer-reviewed third-party independent verification of best management practices for protection of water quality and wildlife habitat.

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