The excitement around Pearl Jam playing Missoula's Washington Grizzly Stadium this August is already starting to build. Recently I was contacted by a person from out of state who is coming to Montana for the concert and was wondering if I could possibly get them some kind of VIP backstage passes for him and his friend. I have never met this person. For the record, I can't.

Kettlehouse and Jeff Ament

For those that can't wait for the show, you can start preparing, have a refreshing adult beverage and help out a very cool organization at the same time. Kettlehouse Brewing has teamed up again with Pearl Jam's Jeff Ament, for a beer that will help with Jeff's non-profit organization, Montana Pool Service. Their mission is to "build world-class skateparks and connect the youth communities in Montana through skateboarding and the arts", they have been doing just that since it 1992.

Beer Release Party

The Kettlehouse is having a beer release party tomorrow for the "MPS Pilsner" from 5p-8p at the tap room in Bonner, Montana. There will be live music, a food truck, raffles, prizes and more. This beer help support the Montana Pool Service and will be sold at the Pearl Jam concert in Missoula.  The beer will also be available on draft and in 16 oz. 4 packs and is available just in time for the 4th of July weekend celebrations.

This summer the Montana Pool Service helped to open another skate park in Clinton and they have broken ground on the Arlee future skatepark. Jeff has also designed his own skateboard decks and socks with some pretty amazing graphics.

Read More: Pearl Jam Bassist Helps Fund Clinton Skate Park With More to Come

A reminder with the holiday weekend coming up and if you are planning on enjoying this new beer, please make sure you enjoy responsibly and always designate a sober driver.

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