The forest pirates are a wild bunch of exuberant rascals who have come a long way. In the course of a lovingly designed camp, children and young people with cancer have the opportunity to regenerate after the stress of therapy. Together with a team of educators, therapists, nurses and social workers, those affected learn how to deal well with their illness, find their way back to a positive body image, train their own independence, overcome boundaries and have the opportunity to exchange ideas with others. In a child-friendly environment and with great attention to detail, the organizers organize leisure activities, seminars, camps, training courses and weekends. They are supported by foundations, associations, companies, private individuals and the Orca Brau from Nuremberg.
Together with their friends Ewald H. Kuk and Sander Rotmensen, the brewery has created a beer called Doing Good, from the proceeds of which one euro per bottle sold is donated to the forest pirates. Stylistically, the charitable brew is based on the so-called Altbierbowle from the far north: A light Altbier is stored cool with a whole truckload of freshly harvested strawberries. This process results in a juicy, gently malty, refreshing drink that we especially like now in summer.
Due to its sparkling fruitiness, Doing Good is also a wonderful base for summer cocktails.
Water, barley malt, hops, yeast, strawberry