Crush Cancer with this beer from Reuben’s Brews



Reuben’s Brews is donating a portion of the proceeds from the latest beer in the Crush series to Cancer Pathways (formerly Gilda’s Club Seattle). All you need to do is drink the beer and you’re supporting the Cancer Pathways mission of providing support to people impacted by cancer.

The brewery releases Reuben’s Crush Cancer next week, the latest beer in the brewery’s popular Crush series of hazy IPAs. Find it, buy it and you’re supporting the cause. Beyond that, visit the brewery’s taproom throughout April and order a “Crowler For A Cause.” When you do, you’ll be donating a dollar to Cancer Pathways and Reuben’s Brews will match your donation. Each Crowler For A Cause results in a $2 donation.

On April 21, the brewery hosts Cancer Pathways for Thank You Thursday. Join the Reuben’s Brews crew at the taproom that evening. They’ll donate $1 from every pint, taster tray, crowler, or pack of cans to Cancer Pathways. You can also learn more about Cancer Pathways’ great programs.

Crush Cancer means a lot to the folks at Reuben’s Brews. They brewed it for the first time in 2019 to commemorate National Cancer Survivors’ Day. The initial idea was hatched by one of the brewery’s fans, a cancer survivor himself. The next year, in 2020, Reuben’s Brews brewed the beer again in remembrance of Dean Mochizuki, a long-time local brewer who spent the last part of his career brewing at Reuben’s. Sadly, Dean did not survive his battle with the disease.


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Reuben’s Crush Cancer features Azacca, Mosaic, and Citra hops, which provide an intensely tropical aroma and flavor for this hazy, juicy IPA. The beer will be available on draft and in 4-packs of 16-ounce cans in the Taproom and at bars, restaurants, and bottle shops throughout our distribution territory.

The brewery extends its thanks to Yakima Chief Hops and Roy Farms for contributing hops to make this special beer possible.


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