Pedal Haus Brewery hosting fundraiser for family of Ian Campbell-O'Neill

Posted at 9:05 PM, Feb 27, 2017

Pedal Haus Brewery announced Monday that it will be holding a fundraising event next month to support the family of Ian Campbell-O’Neill, who passed away in a motorcycle crash over the weekend.

Campbell-O’Neill died in a crash that happened Saturday near Signal Butte Road and Apache Trail in Mesa.

Pedal Haus Brewery founder Julian Wright said the brewery will be holding a fundraiser from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at its location on Mill Avenue March 13, with all proceeds going to Campbell-O’Neill’s brother and girlfriend so they can take time off of work and pay bills.

Several local breweries have donated kegs of beer and gift baskets to go toward the event.

Campbell-O’Neill was an assistant brewer at Pedal Haus and previously worked with other local breweries such as Uncle Bear’s and Blasted Barley in the Valley.

Pedal Haus is located on Mill Avenue just north of University Drive.