Drink a beer at Dewey’s, help a child with Cystic Fibrosis

Dewey's Pizza is teaming up with North High Brewing Co. in Columbus to raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Center at Dayton Children's Hospital.

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The Columbus-based restaurant chain and brewery have created a special beer, dubbed "DewBrew," which is available on tap at all Dewey's locations in Columbus and Dayton and at North High Brewing Co. in Columbus for a limited time. Through Dec. 31, Dewey's and North High will donate $1 from every glass of that particular beer sold to the Cystic Fibrosis Center at Dayton Children's Hospital.

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Credit: Eric Wagner

Credit: Eric Wagner

The center serves Cystic Fibrosis patients in Columbus and Dayton and will be using funds raised from the DewBrew to provide a therapy vest for a child patient battling the lung disease.

A Dewey’s release describes the DewBrew as a “Hazy IPA that has Meyer Lemon and pine-resin flavors with strawberry and mint aromas for a bright, effervescent finish.”

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Since 2015, Dewey’s has raised more than $20,000 for charitable organizations in Cincinnati, Dayton and St. Louis through DewBrew fund-raising campaigns. The partnership with North High marks the first time Dewey’s Columbus market has created a DewBrew.

New collaborations are coming in the spring, Dewey’s officials said.


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