Drink Beer, Save Animals: @Weyerbacher Hosts ‘Tails, Trails & Ales’

WEYERBACHER TO HOST 1ST ANNUAL TAILS, TRAILS & ALES
Drink Beer, Save Animals

Faithful Labrador holds empty beer glass for its master in pub beer garden

Weyerbacher Brewing will be holding its 1st Annual Tails, Trails & Ales, a small pet expo and dog walk/run, on Sunday, September 18th beginning at 10 am. Inspired by our community’s love of Last Chance IPA, we’ve decided to host a day dedicated to companion animals!

Weyerbacher donates a portion of the proceeds from the sale of every drop of Last Chance IPA (and its variations) to small animal rescue organizations throughout our distribution area.

In the spirit of giving, 100% of the proceeds from the dog walk will be given to the following organizations: The Center for Animal Health & Welfare, Animal Welfare Society of Monroe, Outcast Rescue and Last Chance Ranch. Some of the vendors at the event include Camp Bow Wow, Doodie Calls and Hungry Hound Beer Grain Treats. This event is sponsored by Spin Radio 107.1.

In conjunction with Run Lehigh Valley, Weyerbacher has added a Dog Run/Walk option to Run Lehigh Valley’s Jest Run 5 & Dime Challenge taking place on the same day. Registration for the Jest Run is $35. The Dog Walk can be added to a runner’s registration for $5 or $10 for the Dog Walk only. For more details about the Jest Run, please visit runlehighvalley.com.

About Weyerbacher
Established in 1995, Weyerbacher Brewing was founded in the historic city of Easton, Pennsylvania. The brewery is dedicated to making bold, innovative beers that challenge style boundaries.

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