Hope for Tomorrow, a charity which operates mobile cancer care units, has teamed up with Gloucestershire’s Hillside Brewery on a collaboration beer, launched this week.
Hope for Tomorrow’s Gloucestershire Mobile Cancer Care Unit couldn’t get more local as it treats Forest of Dean cancer patients just ten miles down the road at the Dilke Hospital.
Hillside is a small family-run brewery, founded in 2014, and as well as brewing a wide range of classic ales and a lager, it also provides brewery tours, events — from beer and food pairings to parties — or experience days, where you can take up archery, clay pigeon shooting or laser combat. It is also an idea venue for weddings and corporates days/conferences.
The aptly named Hops for Tomorrow is a 3.8% ABV pale ale with a refreshing blend of grapefruit, citrus, and honey notes. Hillside Brewery is donating 25p from every bottle sold to Hope for Tomorrow, which will help to support the NHS and keep the fleet of mobile cancer care units on the road.
Hillside Brewery managing director, Paul Williamson, said: “The team here at the brewery are proud of our partnership with Hope for Tomorrow and have enjoyed developing a unique craft beer which will support the great work the charity does in do providing cancer care treatment.”
To get your hands on the beer, visit the brewery website.