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Few things are more sat­is­fy­ing than kick­ing back and re­lax­ing with a cold one on a boat. And while you could cer­tainly pick up any or­di­nary six-pack be­fore your next out­ing, we’ve dis­cov­ered a few new brews you might want to try, es­pe­cially if you’d like to help clean up the Ch­e­sa­peake Bay.

Fly­ing Dog Brew­ery in Fred­er­ick, Mary­land, and Devils Back­bone Brew­ing Com­pany in Lex­ing­ton, Vir­ginia, are pro­duc­ing some tasty bev­er­ages and do­nat­ing the pro­ceeds to good Bay causes. Whether you fancy a pale ale, a crisp sum­mer ale or a thick stout, pur­chas­ing one of th­ese beers will help res­tore oys­ter habi­tat, ad­vo­cate for wa­ter­men in­volved with the blue crab har­vest or clean up the Ch­e­sa­peake. You need only de­cide which one to en­joy, and who the des­ig­nated skip­per will be. The brew­ery will do the rest.

Pearl Neck­lace Ch­e­sa­peake Stout

Fly­ing Dog Brew­ery

This stout is steeped with fresh oys­ters from the Rap­pa­han­nock River Oys­ter Co., and pro­ceeds ben­e­fit the Oys­ter Re­cov­ery Part­ner­ship, an or­ga­ni­za­tion that is restor­ing oys­ters around Ch­e­sa­peake Bay, one reef at a time. fly­ing­dog­brew­

Dead Rise Old Bay Sum­mer Ale Fly­ing Dog Brew­ery

Spiked with Old Bay Sea­son­ing, Dead Rise ben­e­fits the Mary­land True Blue Pro­gram, an or­ga­ni­za­tion that ad­vo­cates for wa­ter­men who har­vest the iconic Ch­e­sa­peake Bay blue crab. fly­ing­dog­brew­

Striped Bass Pale Ale

Devils Back­bone Brew­ing Com­pany

Drink­ing this am­ber-col­ored pale ale ben­e­fits the Ch­e­sa­peake Bay Foun­da­tion, an or­ga­ni­za­tion com­mit­ted to restor­ing water qual­ity through­out the wa­ter­shed. db­brew­ing­com­

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