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Victory Kirsch Gose for Breast Cancer Awareness

It’s Breast Cancer Awareness month and Victory Brewing Company has brought back its popular and one of our favs: Kirsch Gose beer!

Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in women? That statistic from the American Cancer Society is quite alarming. Many of you may have had a family member or friend who was diagnosed with breast cancer. One of my aunts was and I’m happy to say she is a survivor. Since breast cancer runs in the family, this is something that always looms in my mind. And, I am passionate about sharing worthy fundraising campaigns like Victory Brewing Company’s initiative taking place in the Philly, PA area. 

Victory Pink Tap Handle

(Photo Courtesy: Victory Brewing Company)

Look for the Pink V Tap Handle & Buy Kirsch Gose!

During the month of October, funds raised through the purchase of Kirsch Gose at these locations will benefit two Philadelphia-based breast cancer centers including Fox Chase Cancer Center and Living Beyond Breast Cancer.

In Philadelphia, PA:

Throughout Pennsylvania:

Throughout New Jersey:

Victory Kirsch Gose

Beating Cancer Never Tasted So Good

Sweet, tart, salty and refreshing, Kirsch Gose incorporates natural tart cherry juice with a classic German-style gose. Sublime and effervescent, this bold and bright session ale has an enticing cherry-fruit character with an ABV of 4.7%.

“The introduction of Kirsch Gose in 2015 made waves in the craft beer world when existing sour beer lovers and newcomers to the style alike embraced the seasonal pink-hued brew. With its sharp, slightly sweet cherry flavors against flavorful briny notes, the brew became a sought after, in demand springtime beverage,” says Victory Brewing Company. Indeed it’s a thirst quencher with many layers of flavor complexity. It really wakes up your tastebuds – one of the reasons why we love it so much. Give it a try and help raise money for a good cause!

Victory Brewing Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign

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