WOODRIDGE, IL — Skeleton Key Brewery will debut its “Growing Good” India Pale Ale on Oct. 18, celebrating a collaborative initiative that will benefit GardenWorks and West Suburban Community Pantry (WSCP). The new ale was made with housegrown lemon thyme and hops culled and prepared by volunteers from GardenWorks.

“We are so grateful for this unique partnership and our friends Paul, Emily and John at Skeleton Key Brewery and all they do to serve our community,” WSCP Pantry CEO Suzanne Armato said in a statement. “This partnership brings together three great organizations each contributing our particular expertise to make a difference. It’s truly inspiring.”

“Food security is something we tend to take for granted, and it’s a bigger challenge than I think a lot of people realize,” Skeleton Key owner Emily Slayton added in a news release. “We like to say a skeleton key opens all doors.”

Sales from “Growing for Good” will be donated to WSCP and GardenWorks, “so, you can enjoy drinking it and sharing it with others knowing you’re also helping do good in our community,” Slayton said.

Skeleton Key plans to host a release party on Oct. 18 for “Growing for Good.”

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