Beaver Buzz Energy Pledges Support for Fort McMurray Fire First Responders

beaver-buzz-black-canFORT McMURRAY, Alberta–(BUSINESS WIRE)–DD Beverage Co. has donated $6,000 in Beaver Buzz Energy drinks to help the first responders continue to battle the Fort McMurray fire. Beaver Buzz Energy is an 11-year-old energy drink brand that the first responders on Mac Island were requesting.

From First Responder Kelly Johnston, via a May 10th Facebook post: “A big shout out to Beaver Buzz for supplying our rescue workers in Fort Mac with this pallet of drinks. We will be making the trip to Fort Mac tomorrow to deliver this and other supplies to the men and women that are working around the clock.”

“It is such a tragic time for our friends in Fort McMurray,” said Andrew Drayson, Managing Director of DD Beverage Co., “when we received the first responder requests to supply Beaver Buzz Energy drink to help them battle the fire, being a Western Canadian based company we felt it was our duty to help out.”

Beaver Buzz has 5 skus: Saskatoon Berry, Citrus, Green Tea, Canadian Punch, and Original… they are known for their great tasting flavour profiles and the fact that they are made with Cane Sugar.

Beaver Buzz is operated by Andrew and James Drayson; the two brothers are hoping things get turned around in Fort McMurray in the very near future. “It’s a great thing seeing Canadians help one another out when devastation like the Fort McMurray fire hits a community…it makes us proud to be Canadian,” said Andrew Drayson.

Beaver Buzz is available in thousands of retailers across Canada and the US…for more information, visit the Beaver Buzz website at