So, one may argue that this is a question that ladies and dudes with doctorates in theology should be debating - I'm just a brewer. But one may - and I daresay, one has - argued all sorts of nonsense. However, Tingle me Pink is not really about "one".
Tingle me Pink is about many. Many people who are effected by breast cancer. Many who have it, or who have recovered from it. Many who are family, friends, and loved ones of those who have beat, are beating, or who have been been beaten by it. Many who simply care for fellow folk who are or have been impacted by it in one way or another.
Why? Because 8% of my profits from sales of Tingle me Pink, for as long as it is brewed and enjoyed, will be donated to organizations advocating awareness and research for the cure of Breast Cancer. That means that even if you don't like it - you should drink it. Seriously - buy crap-tons of it and force me to make a boat-load of contributions to charities for the cause.
Having said that, I'll add that if you are a beer connoisseur with a discerning palate, you will find this beer to be amazing. The balance of hibiscus, rose hips, Szechuan Pepper, a proprietary wild yeast, and acidulated malt, pulls together a beer of crazy cool character that dances and tingles on the tongue like no other beer. No BS, it will get your attention - as it is intended to do,
I'm hoping to collaborate with other breweries, as many that are interested, to brew as much as possible. Because it is not only an amazing good beer, but every pint brewed will benefit a great cause.
Think about it... what's better than making stuff you love, to benefit something good? Does that really make Tingle me Pink equal to Jesus Christ on a Popsicle Stick? Well, not having a doctorate in theology I can't answer that. But I will say that if you need a good reason to enjoy a great beer, for an even greater cause - I just gave you one.
Cheers! To good health and long life,