Hangar 24, other Inland Empire breweries raising funds for terror victims on Saturday

Beer for SBHangar 24 Craft Brewery, through Hangar 24 Charities, is spearheading a fundraising effort for victims of the December 2 terror attack at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino.

The brewery’s health inspector, Tin Nguyen, was one of those killed in the attack.

On Saturday (December 26), the brewery will donate 100% of both beer and merchandise sales — as well as online sales profits — to the Arrowhead United Way’s San Bernardino United Relief Fund.

The #BeerForSB fundraiser will take place from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. at the brewery, 1710 Sessums Drive, Redlands.

The brewery will have a 16-tap beer truck stationed in the parking lot, and the event will feature music and food, as well.

A T-shirt — which, unfortunately won’t ship for a couple of weeks — is available for $20. Again, 100% of sales will go to the fund.

Several other Inland Empire breweries are expected to participate in the fundraiser, as well, including:

Hamilton is also donating 100% of proceeds on that day to the fund.

I & I and Packinghouse have announced that they will be donating 20% of sales on that day to the cause. No Clue and Escape will be donating $1 per pint to the fund on that day.

From December 29 through January 12, Dale Bros. will contribute $1 from every pint of Pomona Queen sold in its taproom.

In addition, Wicks will be donating all proceeds from sales on January 7 to the cause.

If you can’t make it to any of the participating breweries, you can always help out (you can do it right now, in fact) by purchasing a T-shirt (mens | ladies) or making a donation.

For more information, click here. For updates, click here for the Facebook event page.