Local brewery, Point Ybel Brewing Company has launched a collaborative beer, the “Waterkeeper” Hefeweizen. This refreshing brew gives back to our local waterways by donating $1.00 for every pint sold to the local nonprofit, Calusa Waterkeeper.

Calusa Waterkeeper members will be joining to celebrate recent accomplishments and the launch of this collaborative craft brew on Monday night, April 11th, during their annual meeting, hosted at Point Ybel Brewing Company in south Fort Myers. The organization will also be recognizing volunteers who have demonstrated a great commitment to water quality advocacy in Southwest Florida over the past year.

“Collaboration is key to solving community problems. At Calusa Waterkeeper, our focus is to build meaningful collaboration that benefits both our partners and the water we strive to protect and restore,” said Executive Director Trisha Botty. “Point Ybel Brewing Company is a business focused on giving back and cares about our local waterways and our piece of paradise here in SWFL. We are grateful for their partnership and support”
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Point Ybel Brewing Company’s Jordan Weisberg explains, “Water quality is extremely important to us. Not only is water the main ingredient in beer, but we also live, play, and breathe the water here. Using our platform to help bring awareness is what we are all about.”

Both organizations are committed to creating meaningful collaborations to benefit Southwest Florida. The Waterkeeper Hefeweizen will be available to the public exclusively at Point Ybel Brewing Company, 16120 San Carlos Boulevard Ste 4, Fort Myers, Florida 33908.

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