BERKELEY, Calif. — The Trumer Brewery in Berkeley, California, craft brewer of Trumer Pils, announced today a $50,000 contribution to non-profit organizations in California to support relief efforts for the catastrophic wildfires that broke out in Napa, Sonoma, and surrounding counties in Northern California.
The $50,000 contribution has been allocated between two non-profit organizations: The United Way of Wine Country and the Napa Valley Community Foundation. All funds are specifically designated to support the relief efforts related to the current wildfires.
Lars Larson, Trumer’s Brewmaster, stated, “All of us here at Trumer Brewery have witnessed the damage caused by these destructive wildfires, and many of us have family or friends just north of the Bay Area where the impact has been most devastating. We are praying for all those affected.”
Trumer Brewery is proud to partner with United Way of the Wine Country and the Napa Valley Community Foundation and is confident that their local presence in the areas most severely impacted by the wildfires will result in the most efficient and targeted use of the funds contributed.
About the Trumer Brewery
The Trumer Brewery was established in 2004 in Berkeley, California and is a sister brewery to the centuries-old Trumer Brauerei in Salzburg, Austria. Trumer Pils has been refined and perfected since 1601 but is celebrated as a local craft pilsner allowing beer drinkers in the US to enjoy the beer the way it was meant to be: fresh. This hand-crafted pilsner remains true to style and focuses on four main ingredients: water, malt, yeast and hops. Trumer Pils’ quality has been recognized by being awarded eleven Gold Medal wins over the past thirteen years at the most prestigious beer competitions in the world and has made Trumer the most awarded craft pilsner in the US. Trumer Pils stands in a class of its own.