Midnight Trail Cam Wheat From Living The Dream Is The Next Beer for the Backcountry Conservation & Education Fund

Support the ongoing Living The Dream Brewing partnership with Highlands Ranch Community Association with a sip of the next beer in their collaboration series, Midnight Trail Cam Wheat. This dark rendition of Backcountry Wilderness Wheat, the first beer that Living The Dream brewed to support the Backcountry Conservation & Education Fund, debuted this week.

Midnight Trail Cam is a great “introduction dark beer” for people who don’t usually drink Porters and Stouts, says Jamie Gonzalez, who created the recipe. “This a great transition from winter to spring beer,” she adds. 

“Jamie has a background as a pastry chef, which resonates with my food background too,” says Living The Dream owner Jason Bell. “Jamie’s background inspired her to create this beer with flavors of creamy chocolate and hints of dark roasted coffee.  It reminds me a bit of a dark chocolate bar and does not have any of the bitterness which can be found in most Stouts.”

Midnight Trail Cam Wheat is part of an ongoing collaboration beer series that supports the nonprofit arm of HRCA Backcountry Wilderness Area in Highlands Ranch, one of the brewery’s time-honored partnerships.

Find Midnight Trail Cam Wheat at Living The Dream’s tasting room in Littleton while supplies of this limited batch are available. Ten percent of sales will be donated to the Backcountry Conservation & Education Fund that directly supports wildlife habitat improvements and opportunities for people in Living the Dream Brewing Co.’s local community to engage in environmental education. 

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