Rooftop Brewing Company will be raising funds for Queen Anne Helpline this month through its Beer Trumps Hate campaign started two years ago.

Rooftop owner Craig Christian says the North Queen Anne brewery started the Beer Trumps Hate campaign in January 2017, raising more than $5,000 for the ACLU. More breweries wanted to get involved, and now a different local craft brewery puts out a special beer each month to benefit a local nonprofit.

This month Rooftop Brewing has brought back its Imperial Peach Mint IPA, better known by its shortened name, Imp. Peach Mint, which was featured last January. It comes in at 8.8 percent ABV and 72 IBUs, and is brewed with Azacca, Mosaic and El Dorado hops with fresh mint and a peach puree.

“It’s an unusual style, but I think we’ve managed to do it in a way that it tastes wonderful,” Christian said.

Rooftop is donating $1 per pint of Imp. Peach Mint sold at its brewery, 1220 W. Nickerson St., and all proceeds from its off-site locations.

Christian and Queen Anne Helpline representatives will be available to talk about the Beer Trumps Hate campaign and neighborhood nonprofit, respectively, during three events this month: Hilltop Alehouse, 2129 Queen Anne Ave. N., on Thursday, Jan. 10; The Red Door, 3401 Evanston Ave. N., on Jan. 17 (also donating $1 per pint); and Rooftop on Jan. 24.

The Beer Trumps Hate campaign has raised around $20,000 for local nonprofits over the past two years, through beer sales and campaign merchandise available at Rooftop or online at beertrumpshate.com.