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Sierra Nevada 'Resilience' Out nowThe IPA hit shelves on Monday, Dec. 17, to fundraise money for Camp Fire relief.

Sierra Nevada 'Resilience' Out now

The highly anticipated sierra nevada beer "resilience butte county strong ipa" hit store shelves today.

Vo 100-percent of beer sales will go towards the camp fire relief fund.

Officials at sierra nevada told action news now that a delivery team is dropping the beer off at several locations around chico today.

Shipments across the country are also beginning today.

The canned beer has already sold at the sierra nevada gift shop but is still available on tap.

One person told us why he decided to purchase the beer.

Sot full "it didn't personally affect me, but i mean, being in chico and how close the fire was it was you know, i saw it affected a lot of my friends, a lot of mutual friends.

So i figured i would help out in any way i could."

Vo sierra nevada also challenged other brewers to make the beer and donate all proceeds.

More than 14-hundred brewers accepted the challenge and

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