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“Pints for Paws” Unites Dogs and Beer for a Great Cause
Join Sidewalkdog.com at The Freehouse in Minneapolis on August 12 to support a Minnesota Rescue Shelter
The Freehouse is the perfect location to host a no-holds-barred, pup-friendly happy hour to benefit Top Dog Foundation, whose mission is to provide loving and permanent homes for dogs that are deemed “un-adoptable”
“We’ll be handing out Raw Bistro dog treats and selling our signature ‘If I Pee On It, It’s Mine’ t-shirts to benefit Top Dog,” Jarvis said. “We’ll also have some Top Dog senior pups with us hanging out, showing that older dogs are just as cute as puppies but mature enough to hang out at a truly unique brewpub like The Freehouse.”
The Freehouse is located at 701 north Washington Avenue #101, Minneapolis, MN 55401 and open at 6:30 a.m. daily for breakfast until 2:00 a.m. for late night brews. The food is great and a wide selection of beverages offers something for whatever your thirst demands. The Freehouse patio offers plenty of shade and you can be sure there will be plenty of water bowls for the four-legged attendees. Proceeds from adult beverages (and Sidewalk Dog t-shirts) benefit Top Dog Foundation, but dog drinks are on the house.
Founded in 2008, SidewalkDog.com is the #1 resource for Twin Cities Dog Lovers, who visit the website to learn about dog-friendly restaurant patios, dog-friendly events, dog parks, local rescues, and more. SidewalkDog.com was recently named 2014 Business of the Year: Website by Pet Age magazine. Find us online at www.sidewalkdog.com, Facebook www.facebook.com/
The Freehouse is part of the Blue Plate Restaurant Company, which was founded by David Burley and Stephanie Shimp. The Blue Plate family includes eight restaurants through the Twin Cities. The Freehouse is the first venture into the craft beer brewing industry. Blue Plate will also be a new food vendor at the 2014 Minnesota State Fair. For more information, please visit blueplaterestaurantco.com
For more information or to schedule an interview, please contact Ali Jarvis at firstname.lastname@example.org
*The American Veterinary Medical Association estimates there are 527,843 households with 844,549 dogs in the Twin Cities metro area.