Memphis Made Brewing has teamed up with Clean Memphis and Project Green Fork for another delicious way to raise money for a great non-profit.

Memphis Made brewed a Pineapple Wheat Ale for Loving Local, a fundraiser for Clean Memphis and Project Green Fork. Drew Barton, head brewer, designed this beer with locally sourced raw wheat from the Agricenter. Barton says, “It’s light and refreshing with a slight tart finish, I’m looking forward to enjoying some in the backyard this summer.”

Loving Local Pineapple Wheat will make its debut at Loving Local, Thursday, June 14 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., at Ballet Memphis. To be one of the lucky ones to get a sneak peak at this new beer, go to eventbrite.com and get tickets now.

After the Loving Local fundraiser, the beer will be available on draft and six-packs to-go at Memphis Made’s tap room.

Memphis Made Brewing is a production brewery and tap room located at 768 S. Cooper St. Drew Barton and Andy Ashby started the company in October 2013. It self-distributes to more than 200 bars, restaurants, and stores throughout Shelby County. Its Cooper-Young tap room is open to the public Thursday 4-10, Friday 4-10, Saturday 1-10, Sunday 1-8, and Monday 4-8. For more information, call Andy Ashby at 901-691-2396 or go to www.memphismadebrewing.com.