Dog Star Rescue's 6th Annual Bark and Brew

Thomas Hooker Brewery  · 

Dog Star Rescue will host its 6th annual Bark and Brew to benefit the adoption of stray dogs in Connecticut, and throughout New England. The special event will be held on September 28, 2019 at Thomas Hooker Brewery, a major partner of Dog Star Rescue, and it will include beer samples and puppy cuddles for attendees throughout the evening. 

In addition to puppy cuddles at the puppy kissing booth during Bark and Brew, attendees will also be able to enjoy a variety of Thomas Hooker beers to sample throughout the evening, including #Nofilter, Golden Nymph IPA, Oktoberfest, NorEaster, Farm to Can and more. Thomas Hooker, which is located next to Dog Star Rescue’s facility in Bloomfield, has been a supporter of the nonprofit’s efforts and a host of the Bark and Brew since the event’s inception. 

Bark and Brew will also offer Dog Star’s award winning barbeque for guests, as well as music from all-female band, Sister Funk, which has been nominated for a New England Music Award for Best Band in Connecticut. The event will also include a raffle of dozens of donated prizes, ranging from dog-specific toys and treats to bottles of wine and gift packages for people to enjoy. 

  • Individual tickets for Bark and Brew are $45
  • A donation of $250 includes two tickets, 10 Raffle Tickets and VIP access

The 100% of the money raised from the event will go directly to supporting Dog Star Rescue’s adoption efforts in New England. 

When:

6pm - 10pm

Saturday, September 28th

Where:

Thomas Hooker Brewery and Dog Star Rescue’s headquarters at 12 Tobey Road, Bloomfield, CT 06002.

To purchase tickets, please visit Dog Star Rescue ticket page

About Dog Star Rescue

Dog Star Rescue (DSR), a volunteer-run nonprofit organization, works to save abandoned and neglected dogs throughout New England, and other nearby states. Since DSR was first created in 2014 by a group of dog lovers who were passionate about caring for and saving abandoned dogs, it has successfully placed more than 3,000 dogs with new families throughout New England. Learn more about DSR and the organization’s adoption work at: dogstarrescue.org

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