Fostering craft, community, and culture, Maxline Brewing is a neighborhood brewery located in Fort Collins, Colorado.
This fall, the brewery teams up with Bones Du Jour, Kriser’s Natural Pet, Canine Companion Consulting, Bounce Animal Rescue, Red Sage Integrative Veterinary Partners and Silver Paw Studio to provide you and your happy canine(s) with the only dog-themed movie night in town. The event will be held at Maxline Brewing on McClelland Drive in Fort Collins on Wednesday, October 3, 2018 from 6-9 p.m. The movie showing will start at 6:30 p.m.
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This non-ticketed, free event will include a movie showing, a meet and greet with puppies for adoption from Bounce Animal Rescue, guest speakers from Red Sage Integrative Veterinary Partners, and booths from Kriser’s Natural Pet, Canine Companion Consulting, Silver Paw and Bones Du Jour. Ten percent of beer sales from this event will be donated to Bounce Animal Rescue.
As one of Fort Collins’ most dog-friendly breweries, Barks, Brews & Blockbusters is an event not to be missed. With tanks named after brewery staff’s pets, a wall of pet polaroids, an event roster that features at least one dog-themed events nearly every month and a taproom where dogs and humans alike feel at home, Maxline is dedicated to supporting causes that benefit their canine friends.
About Maxline Brewing
Fostering craft, community, and culture, Maxline Brewing is a neighborhood brewery located in Fort Collins, Colorado. Maxline’s commitment to quality malt, hops, water, and yeast mirrors the brewery’s passion for unique and rich craft beers. With warm and friendly beertenders, Maxline welcomes you to enjoy their space as if it were your own living room. Dedicated to serving the community in which the brewery serves, the Maxline Brewing family is committed to serving a minimum of 30 hours of community service each month. For more information visit www.maxlinebrewing.com.
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