Kansas City, Missouri 2021-05-01 07:36:50 –
Shawney, Kansas — Local breweries want to break the stigma when it comes to mental health.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Transport brewery Seaney will sell an IPA called “Things We Don’t Say” in May, and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the local non-profit organization Carl’s Cause.
Cause of curl It was started by a local family who lost their son Carl Specht to suicide in 2017. He was suffering from a mental illness. Today, his family is changing the future of mental health.
“About us with Karl, he was 27 when we lost him. This is what we could see him …. he was with some companions. He could have talked better about it if we were together and a beer label appeared. You know I’m having a hard time and I feel isolated. I I’m alone. I need some help, “said Karl’s mom.
The can has a list of resources that anyone can contact to get help from the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, Crisis Text Line, For Veterans, and TransLifeline.
“I don’t know where this will end up. If it goes into the hands of someone who might need it, they have resources right there. They may have it at hand and use those resources. That’s what we want to do, “said Christie Melandino, Operations Manager at Transport Brewery.
According to Melandino, the IPA project is being carried out within the craft beer community across the country to raise awareness of mental illness.
This IPA recipe Eagle Park Brewing In Milwaukee, Wisconsin. They created recipes with hops that breweries across the country could easily make. What’s great is that because of the geographical area, this IPA tastes different in a way no matter where it’s created.
The brewery will start selling IPA on Sunday.
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