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Oregon Beer Librarian and the Pro-Am (ages 70-95) Brewers of Machine Gun Maggie Imperial IPA

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Mark Linder is a part-time librarian and a full-time beer nerd. He blogs at By the Barrel and is otherwise known as Bend Beer Librarian.”

Retirement Home Starts Brewing: Brew Crew’s Beer Raises Money for Alzheimer’s,” by Mark Lindner, for the Oregon Beer Growler Magazine (see February 2015 issue, page 6).

Excerpt: “Where else but in Bend would a retirement community team up with the local homebrew club and a local brewery to brew a professional-amateur (pro-am) beer to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association? ….

The members range in age from 70 to 95 and have brewed 30 to 40 beers to date….

Machine Gun Maggie is an Imperial IPA that the Brew Crew brewed with Worthy Brewing on their 5-barrel pilot system. Since they wanted to sell their beer to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association,they needed it done by a licensed brewery…..” [Link to full Oregon Beer Growler article.]

Link to the Oregon Beer Growler homepage and blog.

 

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