Taste it today: CLE Metroparks, Fat Head’s Brewery partner up with Leaf Man Lager

CLEVELAND (WJW) – The Cleveland Metroparks have once again partnered with Fat Head’s Brewery to create a new lager to raise money for the parks, and you can get it today!

According to a press release from the Cleveland Metroparks, Leaf Man Lager was released on draft and in cans on Wednesday at Fat Head’s Beer Hall and Brewery.

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A portion of all proceeds from Leaf Man Lager will support the Cleveland Metroparks Trails Fund, according to the release. Fat Head’s previous Metroparks partnership flavor, Trail Head Pale Ale, raised more than $100,000 for Cleveland Metroparks trails.

“We are tremendously excited to be working so closely with the Metroparks again,” said Matt Cole, co-founder and master brewer at Fat Head’s. “Northeast Ohio is extremely fortunate to possess such an outstanding resource and system for the community to appreciate and enjoy. It truly is a treasure and we’re thrilled that Leaf Man Lager will help not only raise awareness but also raise dollars to continue to enhance [the] Cleveland Metroparks trail network.”

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Leaf Man Lager will be available in stores, restaurants and bars throughout Northeast Ohio, as well as Cleveland Metroparks locations including Merwin’s Wharf, golf courses and seasonal concessions the week after its release.

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