If you drink at this Minnesota brewery today, proceeds will go to feed Hurricane Harvey victims

Nearly 100 breweries from around the country are participating in #ReliefBeers.
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Breweries around the country have been stepping up to help in the wake of recent natural disasters, and that includes at least one Minnesota brewery. 

On Friday, more nearly 100 breweries across the country – including Summit Brewing in St. Paul – will donate a portion of beer sales to #ReliefBeers

Houston-based Saint Arnold Brewing Company organized the effort, and says money raised through this one-day effort will be donated to the Houston Food Bank

So, if you visit Summit Brewing on Friday and buy a pint, $1 of it will go to #ReliefBeers, the Summit said in a tweet

Summit is the only Minnesota brewery that had signed up for #ReliefBeers as of Friday morning. 

For more information on #ReliefBeers, click here

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