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Brewery Dogs: West Palm Brewery’s Successful + Fun Gotcha Day Tribute to Rescue Dogs & Canines

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Brewery Dogs were out in full force on Saturday, July 21, 2018 at the West Palm Beach Brewery & Wine Vault. Their owners sipped on the newly-released, delicious Cream Ale called “Who Rescued Who? Paw-Licious Ale” and Rose wine + Chardonnay from the Brewery wine bar called The Vault.   Rescue Dogs +  other canines frolicked in the doggy pools, under and over the doggy sprinkler and ate free snacks.  It was a Brewery Dogs block party to remember and the West Palm Beach Brewery plans to have another Brewery Dogs day in January, 2019.  Here’s what you missed:

  • The Brewery is pet friendly.  Well behaved pets are treated lovingly outside, in the shade, where table service is available. The Brewery’s pet policy is that all dogs are welcome outside the brewery, at the tables and seats outside.  They will be treated, outside, with care and respect and receive free water and treats.  Pets are not permitted inside the brewery, as you might imagine, but for sincere, licensed service dogs.
  • Brewery Dogs Block Party.  On July 21, 2018, the West Palm Beach Brewery shut down the block of Evernia Street and invited all Florida craft beer lovers to bring their dog to the brewery for this Gotcha Day Block Party. And craft beer and wine lovers came out on that Saturday in West Palm Beach!  Although there was no official tally, some believed that over 50 dogs showed up, and some estimates put that number higher, closer to 100 since the Gotcha Dog Day event went from 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m.  “There was a surge around 12:30 pm” said one of the craft beer bar tenders in the tap room “and then another group of dogs and their owners came in around 2:30 or so.  It was great to see so many dog owners with their dogs!” 
  • Free Stuff !  Dogs and their owners received free doggy treats, free water and ice, lots of shade, there were tents and fans set up, free doggy water bowls and  free doggy bandanas. Free doggy frisbees and tennis balls were given away.  
  • Rescue Dogs Had Fun.  The dogs frolicked in the 4 doggy pools and also ran around the doggy sprinkler which were set up with hoses to keep the dogs cool and having fun.  The brewery put up fans to keep the dogs cool and they installed two big tents to provide shade.  There is always shade outside at the brewery.  There is a huge awning and lots of umbrellas at the outdoor tables where table service is available for the brewery restaurant, https://www.westpalmbeer.com/our-food/wine shop https://www.westpalmbeer.com/our-wines/  and of course, great Florida craft beer! 
  • Craft Beer Cream Ale.  The chief brewer was there with his family and dog and launched the tap party for an incredible cream ale named in honor of Rescue Dogs and their owners.  The cream ale is called Who Rescued Who? Paw-licious Ale and it was a big hit, served at 37 degrees in the brewery’s tap room.
  • 20 Craft Beers on Tap.  The West Palm Beach brewery has 20 craft beers on tap in their tap room, https://www.westpalmbeer.com/our-beers/   which is behind the glass from the production facility in this micro brewery smack dab in the middle of the Evernia Street neighborhood.  The brewer also released an amazing Coffee Chocolate Porter and a Coconut Cream Ale.
  • Brewery’s Values.  At the West Palm Beach Brewery, they believe in a mission statement and ethical work and a set of values.  The West Palm Beach Brewery supports humane societies https://www.adoptapet.com/adoption_rescue/83973-palm-beach-county-animal-care-and-control-west-palm-beach-floridaand no kill sheltershttp://www.furryfriendsadoption.org/  animal activists, local rescue dog shelters  http://www.furryfriendsadoption.org/ as well as the environment and the fair and humane treatment of immigrants.  

 

 

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Jul 23, 2018