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A Mokena Police Department vehicle parks outside of Tribes Beer Company and Taproom on Front Street during the unveiling of its latest beer, Copper 5-0, Sept 4. For each pint sold, $1 goes toward benefiting the 100 Club of Will County. Photos by T.J. Kremer III/22nd Century Media
Members of the Bagpipes and Drums of The Emerald Society perform at Tribes Beer Company and Taproom Sept. 4 as part of the release of Tribes’ new beer, 5-0 Copper Lager. For every pint sold in September, $1 will go to The 100 Club of Will County to help support the families of fallen law enforcement officers.
Tribes’ 5-0 Copper Lager gets its name from the TV show “Hawaii 5-0” and the fact that the lager is copper in color. Also, the beer is 5.0 percent alcohol by volume.
Members of the Bagpipes and Drums of The Emerald Society pose with law enforcement and members of The 100 Club of Will County outside of Tribes.
T.J. Kremer III, Editor
1:10 pm CDT September 9, 2019
Police officers don’t often encourage people to chug-a-lug, unless those people are doing so in a responsible manner. And that’s exactly what scores of patrons at Tribes Beer Company and Taproom did on Sept. 4, as Tribes unveiled its latest libation, 5-0 Copper Lager.