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24th May 2023

Wiper and True’s Pride fundraiser for Galop, donating 100% of profits from their flagship beer this June

To celebrate Pride month this June, Wiper and True are donating 100% of the profits of a limited edition batch of their flagship Pale Ale, Kaleidoscope, to Galop, the UK’s leading LGBT+ anti-abuse charity.

The limited edition fundraising batch will be available in 440ml can or 30L steel kegs, and is adorned with an eye-catching rainbow version of Wiper and True’s iconic elephant illustration. Rainbow-hued tap badges are also available for venues who purchase fundraising kegs from Wiper and True. 100% of the profits of a limited edition batch of rainbow elephant t-shirts will also be donated to Galop. These will be available online or at Wiper and True’s two Bristol taprooms.

Speaking about the campaign, Head of Marketing at Wiper and True, Alice Howells said:

“This Pride month, we wanted to raise awareness and money for the community. If you’re a venue that sells beer, stocking cans or kegs of this batch of Kaleidoscope is a brilliantly simple way to show your support of the LGBT+ community, and help us raise as much money as possible for Galop. The charity does incredible work supporting LGBT+ victims and survivors of abuse and violence, and we’re really proud to be raising money to support their work.”

Limited stock available. If you’re a venue and would like to find out more about stocking the beer, please email

Rainbow Kaleidoscope will be available across Bristol and nationwide, ,and cans can also be purchased online through Wiper and True’s website:


About Wiper and True

Wiper and True are an independent craft brewery based in Bristol. Their focus is on creating refined, carefully considered beer in the most sustainable way possible. The business started life in 2012, with three friends creating homebrew beer on their kitchen stovetops. Over the next few years the trio produced beer nomadically, brewing through the night and at weekends at breweries across the country. In 2015 Wiper and True built their own brewery in Bristol, where they brewed for the next seven years, before expanding into an additional bespoke new brewery and 500-person capacity taproom in Old Market, Bristol, in July 2022.

Contact: Alice Howells, Head of Marketing, Wiper and True,