We have noted before that sometimes stories slip past us. This latest edition of The Week Ahead in Beer, we focused on Tractor restarting its Beer For Burque program, while missing out on Rowley Farmhouse Ales preparing to restart its charity endeavor for 2018. Let us rectify that.
Pulls for Pups kicks off again this Sunday at 11:30 a.m. The basic setup is that RFA sets aside one tap handle where $1 from every full pour will go to a charity involved with animals. The charities change on a quarterly basis throughout the year. The first one this year will be New Mexico Pets Alive/NextGen Animal Shelter Project.
As RFA wrote on its Facebook page: “This is a truly remarkable, progressive organization that helps more animals find forever, loving homes through innovative means. Their methods are truly exciting, and we can’t wait to introduce them to Santa Fe!”
La Cumbre is donating a keg of Elevated IPA, as well as other beers (including La Negra!) for a tap takeover. All sales from the Elevated keg will go to the charity. For the rest of the next three months, there will be the one designated tap handle rotating between numerous standout beers.
Oh, and there will be animals available for adoption from 1 to 5 p.m., just in case you wanted to take a furry friend home, too.
Get out there and do some good this weekend while still enjoying some great beer.