HARD TRUTH - HELPING HANDS PROJECT SERIES NO. 5
($4 from every 4-pack donated to Urban Native Youth Association - UNYA) to coincide with September 30th and the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
Fruity / Tart / Refreshing
The hard truth is that - in seizing their land, banning languages, forbidding spiritual practices, destroying political & social institutions, & by stealing their children with the intent to break the link to their culture & identity - Canada committed cultural genocide against Indigenous Peoples*. Acknowledging this shameful history & its legacy of harm is the first step towards reconciliation & a mutually respectful relationship between Indigenous Peoples & settlers in this country. Proceeds from this tart and fruity dry-hopped sour - the 5th beer in our Helping Hands Series - aim to help UNYA provide meaningful opportunities for Indigenous youth in the urban setting.
COLOUR Hazy / Yellow
AROMA Lemon / Lime / Melon
CHARACTER Bright / Fruity / Tart
PAIRS WITH Fish / Baked Brie / Schnitzel
HARD TRUTH is fruity kettle sour driven by a generous dry hop of Cashmere and Amarillo. Its soft body and notes of bright lemon, lime, and melon make for an incredibly thirst-quenching brew.
HOPS Cashmere / Amarillo
MALT Rahr Pilsner / Wheat / Rye
YEAST Foggy London
UNYA / Urban Native Youth Association is the centre of Indigenous youth excellence, supporting youth on their journeys by amplifying and celebrating their voices. Our Vision: Empowered Indigenous youth leading and inspiring all Nations.
Learn more about the Helping Hands Project HERE