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Marty Jones Uses Beer Songs to Help Pints for Prostates

Marty Jones Uses Beer Songs to Help Pints for Prostates

Marty Jones, aka the "Bard of Beer Songs" and also a contributor to The Beer Connoisseur, has announced that all September sales of his compilation "Brewed Gold" will go directly to Pints for Prostates following the second consecutive cancelation of the Denver Rare Beer Tasting.

You may hear and purchase Brewed Gold at Full details are below.

Denver, CO – Marty Jones, a longtime craft beer promoter/idea man and “Bard of Beer Songs,” is using his new beer-song compilation to help the Pints for Prostates organization.

For the month of September, Jones is donating 100 percent of the sales of his Brewed Gold compilation to the group, which had to cancel its annual Denver Rare Beers Tasting fundraiser event (scheduled for Sept. 9, 2021) due to COVID-19 safety concerns. Last year’s event was also cancelled.

Pints for Prostates raises awareness among craft beer drinkers about prostate cancer and the importance of early testing for it.

Jones’s new 10-song compilation showcases his most popular beer songs from his 25 years of making small-batch, beer-minded music in Colorado. Brewed Gold can be listened to and purchased (for a mere $10) at Songs on the collection include “Match Made in Milwaukee,” “Maintaining a 2.0,” “Too Much Talk (Too Little Drinking),” “Hellbound Party Train” and seven others.

“The Denver Rare Beer Tasting is a very important event for us,” says Rick Lyke, who founded Pints for Prostates in 2008. “Having to cancel it in 2020 and 2021 has really disrupted our ability to reach men through the universal language of beer. So we're fortunate to work with Marty Jones on this project as a creative way to build awareness and help fund our efforts."

Jones is happy to help. “I want to use this batch of songs,” Jones says, “to give a little something back to a beer community that’s been really good to me over the years. With Rick and his group having to cancel Rare Beers again, I’m pitching in to help one our trade’s most important and helpful good causes.”

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