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The Trauma Survivors Foundation to introduce their first beer on June 27th


The Trauma Survivor Foundation and Bellefonte Brewing Company will introduce their first collaborative beer ‘Beyond The Call Pilsner’ on June 27th with a celebration at the taproom from 6-9 p.m. 

‘Beyond The Call Pilsner’ is a German-style pilsner with a unique American twist, featuring Mittelfrau hops and Mosaic dry-hopping for a distinctive flavor profile.

“This has been a dream to make this beer,” says Trauma Survivor Foundation CEO Dennis Carradin Jr. “Bellefonte Brewing has been a partner of the TSF for many years and the idea to create our own beer has been something we have always wanted to do, and we are thrilled to finally bring it to fruition.” 

During the beer launch party, there will be live music from The Wilks 4 Band, food provided by KOI On The Go, and the chance to win tickets to the upcoming 2024 Delaware State Beer Festival in October as well as additional prizes, including free beer, swag from Bellefonte Brewing Company, and more!

Tickets to this family-friendly event are free and can be ordered by visiting

Bellefonte Brewing Co Brandywine is located at 1852 Marsh Road, Wilmington, and the Old Capital Trail Location is located at 3605 Old Capital Trail Unit 8C in Wilmington. The hours of operation are Tuesdays through Thursdays from 5 p.m. – 10 p.m., Fridays from 3 p.m.- midnight, Saturdays from noon until midnight and Sundays 1 p.m.- 8 p.m. For more information, visit

The mission of the Trauma Survivors Foundation is to provide resources, education, and training necessary to serve those affected by trauma. As a foundation, they acknowledge and support the hard work put forth, sacrifices made, and acts of selflessness displayed by first responders. The Foundation is proud to offer scholarships for college-bound or current college students who are children of Volunteer Fire Fighters or Police Officers, to show their support and sincere gratitude for their parents’ services. The Trauma Survivors Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization incorporated in the State of Delaware. The money raised through donations from caring individuals goes directly to providing trained therapists for emergency response during and after traumatic events, training to expand the network of responders and scholarships to those that want to become certified and help carry out their mission. All their services are offered at a national level. For the past nine years, the Foundation has provided thousands of trauma survivors with resources, education, and training to aid their recovery. Since the inception nine years ago, 30,000 individuals have been helped through crisis intervention, there have been 2,500 have been trained therapists and crisis interventionists, 40,000 meals have been delivered to healthcare workers and first responders, and there have been 2,100 crisis responses. For more information, visit