The Sandy Springs-based Georgia Ovarian Cancer Alliance recently partnered with Steady Hand Beer Co., a west Midtown brewery, for a fundraiser at Steady Hand’s taproom. The event also celebrated the launch of GOCA Benefit Blonde Ale, and a portion of the proceeds from each beer sale will benefit the alliance’s education and awareness efforts and Bag of Hope program. It will be sold on draft at the taproom and via to-go service. “As with so many organizations, GOCA is navigating new challenges this year in the midst of pandemic restrictions,” Doug Barron, the alliance’s executive director, said in a news release. “We had to reschedule and reformat our annual gala fundraiser, and when our good friends at Steady Hand heard the news, they were moved to create a platform to help raise awareness and funds for our programs. We are so honored to be partnering with their team to launch this refreshing, signature beer.” For more information, visit or

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