Music Industry News Network [05-26-2014]

PREV ALE Now Available To Purchase

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Vancouver, BC, May 27th, 2014 – “PREV ALE” is now available for purchase at BC liquor stores, private beer stores, and over two dozen pubs & bars. $1 from every bottle goes to Music Heals.

This year's VCBW charity brew is a partnership between Central City Brewers & Distillers, Vancouver Craft Beer Week, and Music Heals own celebrity ambassador, Prevail (Swollen Members, PrevailPrevail.com).

The beer is a double California Common-style ale, is a unique brew created by Gary Lohin (Central City Brewers + Distillers) and Matt Phillips (Phillips Brewing Company). Vancouver Craft Beer Week starts May 30th.

Purchase it at BC Liquor stores in Vancouver (Broadway & Maple, 39th & Cambie, Harbour Centre), Squamish, Ladner and Abbotsford. Ask for it by name at private beer stores everywhere.

Try it on tap at any of these fine establishments:


Regal Beagle
Sunset Grill
Relish
Albi Room
Portland Craft
Darby’s
Tap and Barrel Coal Harbour
CRAFT Beer Market
O'Hares
Burrard Public House
London Pub
Frog and Nightgown
Pats Pub
St Augustine's
Portside
August Jack
BIERCRAFT Cambie
BIERCRAFT Commercial
Rogue Broadway
Sin Bin
Regal Beagle
Blackbird
Cinema
Granville Room
Butcher and Bollock
New Oxford


About Music Heals
The Music Heals Charitable Foundation raises awareness of the healing powers of music and fundraises for music therapy and related services across Canada. Their mission is to unite music therapy-related charitable initiatives, and increase patient accessibility to music therapy in children’s hospitals, seniors’ homes, palliative care facilities, burn units, bereavement support, at-risk youth programs and more. In 2013, their first full year in operation, Music Heals donated $100,000 to music therapy programs in Canada.

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