The event is a one stop shop for people looking to adopt puppies and dogs in the area. They will be able to meet with representatives from organizations like The Baldwin County Humane Society, Huntsville Animal Services, Southeastern Guide Dogs Association, Mobile SPC
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WKRG/FAIRHOPE, AL (WKRG) — Rescue Dog Red is a non-profit organization that allows people to adopt pets. The Fairhope Brewery is working with the neighborhood humane society once more. Anyone who has rescued a dog can enter a sweepstakes for $5 to determine whose dog will appear on the front of a beer can.
The brewery’s managing officer, Jim Foley, who has two rescue dogs of his own, said this contest was difficult to judge.
We have a winner; his name is Forest; he lives in Daphne; he is a wonderful, adorable specimen; and this year, he is on the front of all of our cans.
Ten years ago, Fairhope Brewery employees decided to organize a charity event to support local animals.
Because dogs are truly our greatest friends, Foley said, “it was something we could all rally around and just support a cause that we all genuinely think is important.”
The brewery will have an adoption event on October 30 in addition to selling the Red Dog Rescue IPA beer with Forest’s image on it. When someone purchases one of the cans, they are doing it for a good cause.
The brewery is partnering with several Humane Societies and dog rescues this weekend.
Good news! The brewery is partnering with several Humane Societies and dog rescues this weekend. It’s an event like you’ve never seen before, a beer tasting crawl that features the best dog rescues in town. If you’re an animal lover who enjoys beer, this is your chance to visit all these rescue groups you’ve heard of — plus more. It’s a charity event where there will be lots of great swag available for purchase, too — including apparel from your favorite local breweries and dog care products from companies like Pawsome Pet Care Systems .
The beer that Forest will be on the label of is called “Rescue Dog Red” and has a taste similar to a hoppy red ale.
A few weeks ago, a handful of local breweries joined with Humane Societies in the Blue Ridge Mountains to raise awareness for homeless dogs. The event was called the “Rescue Dog Red” and featured Dogfish Head Brewery’s new brew, Rescue Dog Red, on tap at each location.
The first keg of the Rescue Dog Red Beer was tapped at 5:00 p.m. Friday, but events will continue through the weekend from 10am to 10pm.
The first keg of the Rescue Dog red beer was tapped at 5:00 p.m. Friday, but events will continue through the weekend from 10am to 10pm at Fairhope Brewery on Sandestin Blvd. There will be a festival with music and more.
There are also dog adoption events going on in the Brewery parking lot throughout the day Saturday so you can meet your potential new furry friend.Fairhope Brewery Partners Up With Humane Societies For Draft Dog Event
The world has been introduced to Alabama, beer and pet adoptions. The third event will be taking place on Saturday at Reedy’s Breweries in Florence.
This is the brewery’s 3rd year hosting this event and Foley said they will continue to do it as long as people ask them to.
The Baldwin County Humane Society, Huntsville Animal Services and Southeastern Guide Dogs Association are joining forces for a unique event. They’re hosting a draft dog adoption event at the Hop City Craft Beer Bar & Kitchen in Fairhope on Saturday April 22 from noon to 8 p.m. There will be prize drawings and beer specials during the event as well as adoptable dogs available for adoption throughout the weekend.