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Local brewery, shelter create unique way to help homeless dogs find their forever homes

Posted at 5:12 AM, Jun 30, 2020

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. - Tradition Brewing and Animal Aid Society announced that they are joining forces in a creative way to help homeless dogs in the community find their forever homes!

Tradition Brewing will be releasing the “Chasin’ Tail Pale Ale” over the July 4th weekend.

This specialty brew will highlight four currently adoptable pups from the Animal Aid Society, each with their headshot and bios proudly displayed on their own label in each 4-pack of 16 oz cans.

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Animal Aid Society.

“Chasin’ Tail Pale Ale” will be available at Tradition Brewing starting July 3 at 12 p.m.

According to Tradition Brewing Head Brewer, Brian Martin:

When we saw the support from the Coastal Virginia Community at the Animal Aid Society BrewDog Celebration this past January, we knew we had a unique opportunity to collaborate by combining our two great passions: dogs and beer. Since the beginning Tradition Brewing has always been passionate for our furry friends, so supporting a no kill shelter that has been in our community for almost 50 years was a no brainer for us. We are excited about what the future holds and look forward to continuing to grow what is becoming a beautiful partnership.