Land-Grant Brewing Co. is hosting a new beer fest.

The Sun-Grant Sustainable Beer Fest is set for 3 to 8 p.m. May 4 and will showcase other "local and national sustainability-minded brewery friends", the Columbus brewery said. The participating breweries are: Jackie O's, HiHO, Little Fish, MadTree, Warped Wing, Wolf's Ridge, Wooly Pig and Sierra Nevada.

"As we continue our pursuit of sustainable brewing, we’ve learned that while there is plenty of work to do making ourselves sustainable, we can accomplish so much more by working together with our brewing and local community," the brewery said in a news release. "In our second year we co-founded the Ohio Craft Beer Association’s Sustainability Committee along with Little Fish Brewing Co. The idea behind this fest is to bring sustainable breweries together to celebrate our efforts thus far, share our stories with our fans, and rally to continue the effort for a more environmentally friendly craft beer industry here in Ohio.”

Tickets are $35 in advance or $40 at the door.

Land-Grant also announced the release of Helios on Earth Day. (April 22) The beer, the latest in the brewery's Sun-Grant series features honey from the Stratford Ecological Center near Delaware, pilsner malt from Haus Malts in Cleveland, Michigan grown Triple Pearl hops, and a Kveik yeast strain that ferments at a lower temperature.

For every pint and six-pack sold, $2 will go toward Land-Grant's Sun-Grant Fund which will be used to finance equipment upgrades, building improvements, and other projects that reduce the brewery's environmental impact.

Six-packs of Helios will sell for $9.99.