Missoulians now have the opportunity to taste a beer that combines the talents of all four of the city's breweries and helps out the Missoula Food bank.

The Missoula Tavern Association delivered the new beer, called the Missoula Community Brew, to 20 local bars this weekend.

Brewers from Missoula’s breweries met in early December and brewed the Black IPA.

Sales from the beer will benefit the Missoula Food Bank.

"It's all about community,” said Tavern Association President Brad Martens. “That's why we're here. We want to make sure that we can help people, and this was just an easy way to do it."

For a list of the bars featuring the community brew, click here.