OSHKOSH (WLUK) -- A local beer company is brewing up support for the people of Ukraine.
Bare Bones Brewery in Oshkosh is joining other breweries worldwide, making Ukrainian style beer.
The recipes are from one of Ukraine's only microbreweries, Pravda in Lviv, which is offering five different beer recipes for brewers to make.
Bare Bones Brewery says it's making Pravda's Putin Huylo, a dry-hopped strong ale.
All the profits from the beer will go to the people of Ukraine as Russia continues to wreak havoc on the country.
Bare Bones head brewer, Jody Cleveland, says when war broke out, Pravda Brewery switched from brewing beer to making Molotov cocktails.
He says he's happy to help the people of Ukraine.
“Well the tricky part was translating the Ukrainian on the recipe sheet but once I got that done, luckily I had most of the ingredients so I was able to pull it together real quick and get it made. The process really is universal," he explained.
The beer will be available on draught and in cans March 25.
Bare Bones Brewery is also hosting Wisconsin's only outdoor winter beer festival this Saturday.