Aurellias Brew in El Paso Stores and Proceeds Go Directly to Vets
It's a local El Paso brew... and you won't feel guilty drinking it.
Aurellia's Bottle Shop & Brewhouse just released a new brew and 100% of the proceeds go to Chapter 187 Disabled American Veterans.
That's right - 100% of the proceeds.
We had Justin Gibson, owner of Aurellia's Bottle Shop & Brewhouse on the Buzz Adams Morning Show... and that's where he introduced us to the beer called "22 A Day."
The name comes from the fact that it's estimated 22 veterans a day succumb to suicide in America. Justin explained to us that although mental health has become something talked about more in our country, it is still a silent killer among veterans. The more the word gets out - the more the stigma disappears.
Chapter 187 Disabled American Veterans are working on "ensuring that veterans and their families can access the full range of benefits available to them; fighting of the interests of America's injured heroes on Capitol Hill; and educating the public about the great sacrifices and needs of veterans transitioning back to civilian life."
A 16 oz. 4-pack costs $12. It's described as a "pre-prohibition style America Lager."
This isn't the only exciting announcement of late coming from Aurellia's Bottle Shop & Brewhouse, which is located in Northwest El Paso at 1620 Resler Drive.
Just over three years ago it was still an idea, but now the locally-owned brewery is expanding further. You'll now be seeing a whole lot more of Aurellia's beer across the Sun City thanks to L&F Distributors. It's currently available all over the city!
Here are the locations you can find it at in El Paso:
- Western Beverages
- Vista Market
- The Liquor Company
- Barrel House
- Bottles The Liquor Shop
- Bottle Bing Bottle Boom!
- Total Wine & Spirits
- Whole Foods
Aurellia's is the first brewery in El Paso in over 60 years to bring locally brewed beer onto store shelves across the city.