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Rock On: The Virginia Beer Company’s Newest Beer Release Will Help Local Musicians

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YORK-The Virginia Beer Company and DJ Kudlz are teaming up on a Labor Day beer release to benefit local musicians impacted by the pandemic.

The beer, called “Rock On,” is a crafted beer lager that will be released on Monday, September 6 during a special event at The Virginia Beer Company. The release is part of a collaboration with Crosby Hop Farm’s Rock On Beer Project, which hopes to bring awareness to the Sweet Relief Musicians fund. The goal is to raise money for local artists who’ve been struggling throughout the pandemic.

The Virginia Beer Company’s newest beer will be released at noon on September 6. The event will also include live music from 2pm to 5pm. For more information, click here.

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