Bryce Harper's Denver Beer Brand Donates to Fallen Police Officer's Family

The infamous 'clown question' beer sales will go to a memorial fund for Celena Hollis

Bryce Harper asked that beer sales, from the brew inspired by his comments, be donated to the family of a slain police officer. 

Last month we told you about a Denver brew inspired by the Nationals baseball star Bryce Harper and his infamous "clown question, bro" comments. Now, we've discovered that the 19-year-old is using his beer brand to do good.

Harper learned of the recent tragedy that has shocked Denver, where police officer and single mother Celena Hollis was killed trying to break up a fight after a City Park Jazz event. Then, Harper reached out to the Denver Beer Co. (which made the Canadian lager inspired by Harper's words), and asked that they donate proceeds of the beer sales to the Celena Hollis memorial fund. 

Charlie Berger, the co-owner of Denver Beer Co., was happy to hear from Harper's camp and his generous act. Said Berger to The Washington Post, "We were making this beer just for fun. We never thought it would pick up to this extent... The fact that he was making a lot of good come from it, it’s valiant. It says something about Bryce."

Denver Beer Co. is a small-batch brewery and is expecting to tap the "Clown Question Bro" beer kegs by the end of the week: get it while you still can, and feel good about donating to the family of Hollis. 


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