Orlando Brewing sells new hibiscus and blueberry Pride warehouse to benefit the Orlando City SC charity


Wednesday April 14, 2021


By Alex Galbraith continues Wed, April 14, 2021 at the 10:37 a.m.

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  • Photo courtesy of the Orlando City Soccer Club

The Orlando Brewing Anniversary Beer Pride is being played for the second time with help from Orlando City SC.

Pride Lager, a beer that mixes hibiscus and blueberry in a way that matches the City’s purple and gold scheme, will be returning briefly to raise funds for the Orlando City Foundation. The fundraiser begins on Friday April 16 (one day before the start of the regular MLS season).

Orlando Brewing is celebrating its 15th anniversary with a week-long party

Orlando Brewing is celebrating its 15th anniversary with a week-long party

From Sierra Williams


“After a great response from last weekend, we are bringing this organic hibiscus and blueberry warehouse back and for a good cause,” the brewery announced on Facebook. “From opening to closing, we’re donating $ 2 for every pint of Pride sold to the Orlando City Foundation that day!”

Fittingly, Orlando Brewing is one of our best spots to watch a soccer game. Why not clear up and locate a spot before the start of the season?

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