WORCESTER, Mass. - Two brewers in central Massachusetts are teaming up to help the family of fallen Worcester Firefighter Christopher Roy.
Wachusett and Wormtown are launching a beer called Worcester’s Bravest.
All of the proceeds from the beer sales will be donated to the Ava Roy Fund, which was set up to support Roy’s 9-year-old daughter.
Tomorrow, February 1st, at noon will be the release of Worcester’s Bravest Belgian Wit! Our collaboration with @WachusettBrew will kick off with a bag pipe band and special guests! So don’t miss out on your chance to be a part of this worthy cause! pic.twitter.com/afHZjfKnr8— Wormtown Brewery (@WormtownBrewery) February 1, 2019
Worcester’s Bravest will be released on draft in the tap rooms at Wachusett Brewing Company in Westminster and Wormtown Brewery in Worcester on Feb. 1.
A limited amount of cans will also be available.
The event will kick-off with a bag pipe band and special guests.
Roy was killed last month while fighting an early morning fire in Worcester.
The 36-year-old had been on with the Worcester Fire Department for two years.
A memorial fund has been established by Worcester Firefighter IAFF Local 1009 in the name of his daughter, Ava Roy.
Checks may be made payable to the Ava Roy Fund and mailed to: Worcester Fire Department Credit Union, 34 Glennie Street, Worcester, MA 01605.
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