Appalachian Mountain Brewery Announces Camp Healing Waters Project

BOONE, N.C., April 07, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Appalachian Mountain Brewery, Inc. (OTC:HOPS) (“AMB”) announced today it has partnered with Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, an international non-profit 501(c)(3) dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active duty military service personnel and disabled veterans. Along with Trout Unlimited the partnership has organized its inaugural event, Camp Healing Waters, to be held May 19th - 22nd in the mountain region of Blowing Rock, North Carolina.

“Camp Healing Waters is designed to address not only the physical and emotional healing needs of its participating veterans and their spouses, but also introduce training on life skills necessary to deal with the long term challenges that these disabled heroes and their families face,” stated AMB CFO Jeremy Barnes.

AMB CEO, Sean Spiegelman added, “It is a special honor, as both myself and Company CFO Jeremy Barnes are disabled veterans, to be able to support our country’s veterans with life-changing events like Camp Healing Waters.”

For more information on Camp Healing Waters contact Jeremy Barnes, CFO at

About Appalachian Mountain Brewery, Inc.

Comprised of two wholly-owned subsidiaries, its craft beer business “Appalachian Mountain Brewery, LLC” is dedicated to making seriously delicious craft beer while focusing its business model on community, sustainability and philanthropy. Winner of numerous medals and awards, the Brewery brews and offers for sale many different craft beers. Its wholly-owned subsidiary “FarmToFlame, LLC” operates a food truck that features a unique wood fired oven in the truck, providing our customers with a casual dining experience that balances innovation and sustainability. Appalachian Mountain Cidery makes a hard cider using third generation locally grown North Carolina apples. Both subsidiaries have received the prestigious official certification by ASAP (Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project) for Western North Carolina grown and produced products.

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