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Montauk Brewing goes green for Earth Month with Project 4:20

Montauk Brewing Company has announced the return of Project 4:20 India Pale Ale, a limited release crafted to celebrate and support green charities during Earth Month.

Five percent of the proceeds from sales of the beer, described as “a hazy IPA that delivers resinous, hempy aromatic notes,” will be donated to the Surfrider Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world’s ocean, waves and beaches.

Montauk Brewing will also promote and participate in beach cleanups hosted in April by the organization’s Eastern Long Island and Central Long Island chapters.

“This is one of our favorite limited releases of the year that we’ve brewed to celebrate all things green in April,” Vaughan Cutillo, founder and brand director of Montauk Brewing, said in a written statement. “The heady aromas and flavors of this potent IPA feel right at home during Earth Month. More importantly, we can all keep it green by drinking Project 4:20 and supporting the important work of the Surfrider Foundation, our long-time friends whose work protecting our oceans, waves and beaches is incredibly important to the Montauk community.”

The beer can be purchased at select retailers and on-premise locations in New York and New Jersey, and will also be available at Blue Point Brewing Company’s Shakedown on Main Street event on Saturday, April 20 at the Blue Point brewery in Patchogue.

Click here for more information about the Surfrider Foundation and click here for more information about Shakedown on Main Street.

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