FOX 32 NEWS - In Chicago, some anti-Trump beer makers have found a novel way to show their distaste.
“It's a fantastic brew. So a local, fantastic brew and we love the story behind it,” said Rogers Park Social Owner Erick Archambeault.
That story stems from an early campaign speech presidential candidate Donald Trump gave about immigration.
"When Mexico sends its people, they're not sending their best. They're sending people that have lots of problems and they're bringing those problems with us. They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime. They're rapists,” Trump said.
Chicago’s 5 Rabbit Cerveceria, which created a brew called "Trump's Golden Ale" that was supposed to be featured at Trump Tower, pulled the partnership. That’s when the brewery decided to rename the beer all together. It’s in Spanish, and FOX 32 can't say its name because it is a vulgar put down of Trump's hair.
Even after the now GOP nominee backtracked, the name stuck.
"I love the Mexican people. I love the spirit of the Mexican people. I respect Mexico,” Trump said.
"How can you not help, but laugh,” Archambeault said.
Rogers Park social on Glenwood Avenue wanted to make light of the vulgar named beer by giving back to a more unifying cause.
"We are going to donate a dollar for every pint sold from now through November, through the election season to the ACLU,” Archambeault said.
People seem to really like the beer.
“It's a really good beer. Like it's refreshing, it's really summery,” said patron Allison Shoemaker.
The beer will remain on tap throughout the rest of the presidential election.
"It feels like a tiny way to do a good thing while you're sitting at a bar at 4 o'clock in the afternoon on a weeknight,” Shoemaker said.