Beer is typically made from just four ingredients: barley, hops, yeast, and water. But there are times when the liquid in your glass measures much more than the mere sum of its parts. A special, global, open-ended collaboration beer, with roots right here in Michigan, is being brewed to help raise awareness for people with Down syndrome.
“I thought about this idea some time ago, but on a much smaller scale,” said Pat Craddock, CFO of Griffin Claw Brewing Company. “I was in another brewery and thought we could maybe work with a brewery to do something like this. ”
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