While beer isn’t good for your 4-legged best friends, this Saturday, June 6, it should make them very happy nonetheless. Starting at 2 p.m. and going through 6 p.m. at Diamond Bear Brewery in North Little Rock, you can bring your dogs to Brews and Barks, a dog-friendly craft beer tasting to raise funds and awareness for the Humane Society of Pulaski County

In addition to Diamond Bear’s tasty line-up of beers, you’ll also find offerings from local breweries Stone’s Throw and Lost Forty, plus Springfield’s Mother’s Brewing, Summit Brewing and Traveler Beer Company. Traveler won’t just be bringing some of their refreshing shandies but also their famous mustache see-saw. You know, in case you want a mustache ride? 


Refreshments from Kona Ice will be available and Arkansas for Animals, a local non-profit organization, will be there as well micro-chipping furry friends for $15. 

You can get your advance tickets now for $30 or $35 at the door. 


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