A New Michigan Cider Will Benefit The Human Rights Campaign
This makes my heart happy!
Blake’s Hard Cider which is based in Armada Michigan has announced in a press release, they’re releasing a new cider which will raise money for the LGBTQ civil rights organization, Human Rights Campaign.
The brewery will release 'Rainbow Seeker' as the first cider in their Kinder Cider Series, with proceeds from the sale of the cider to help fund a $40,000 donation to HRC.
Blake’s Hard Cider created the Kinder Cider Series as a way to bring awareness to different social and environmental issues.
Owner Andrew Blake said in a press release,
“Our brand has grown quickly, and with that evolution comes opportunity to make a difference and to bring awareness to social and environmental issues that have great personal and communal meaning. As with everything we do at Blake’s, we’ll do what we believe is right.”
You’ll be able to get Rainbow Seeker, which is described by the company as a "delicious specialty cider featuring a semi-sweet blend of Michigan-grown apples infused with real pineapple and a hint of sage", will be available starting April 27 and you can get it throughout the summer.