Last month, beer executive Darryll Frost told the Straight that he felt that an autism diagnosis didn't always have to be a life sentence.
The founder and president of Surrey-based Central City Brewers + Distillers pointed out that his son Callum has made remarkable progress.
It came through a combination of hyperbaric oxygen therapy and being put on the Gut and Psychology Syndrome diet, which was pioneered by U.S. pediatrician Sidney Valentine.
Recently, Central City held a fundraiser at SFU's Surrey campus to see if this approach could help other kids diagnosed as autistic.
This week, the company announced that the event generated $100,000. (See the video above.)
It's part of a four-year plan to raise $400,000 to fund the experiment, which will be conducted at SFU.
Some of these funds are coming through the sale of a new Imperial IPA beer, with $2 from every bottle going toward the cause.