Rivertown Brewery has partnered with The Cure Starts Now to created a special beer to raise money for pediatric brain cancer research.

The Rivertown Brewery and Barrel House in Monroe will host a tapping party from 6 to 9 p.m. Nov. 16 for Salted Carm-Ale, which features caramel flavoring inspired by Lauren Hill, the Mount St. Joseph College basketball player who died of brain cancer in 2015 at the age of 19. She loved chocolate caramel candies.

“We love The Cure Starts Now, their mission to find a home run cure and their team," Rivertown's Lindsey Roeper said in a prepared statement. "This is the first year that we are packaging our Cure Collab in bottles, in addition to kegs. We are excited to bring awareness across our six states of distribution to such an amazing organization.”

One dollar from every pint of Salted Carm-Ale sold will benefit The Cure Starts Now. Donations also will be accepted. Meanwhile, six-packs of Salted Carm-Ale will be on store shelves mid-November. They will retail for $9.99.

“Rivertown’s commitment to helping kids battling cancer with The Cure Starts Now has been extraordinary," The Cure Starts Now Executive Director Brooke Desserich said in a prepared statement. "We love working with companies who are so passionate and driven to putting an end to cancer through the home run cure.”