Cocoa, FL, September 24, 2019–The grounds outside Exploration Tower will transform into a dog-lovers beer garden on Saturday, November 9th, from noon to 5pm, for the fifth annual Paws & Pints at the Port beer festival! Presented by the Brevard Humane Society and Carroll Distributing and co-hosted by the City of Cape Canaveral. Guests will enjoy a multitude of beers, delectable bites from local food trucks, play 90’s inspired lawn games, listen to 90’s throwback songs, and interact with local vendors all while raising life-saving funds for the homeless animals of the Brevard Humane Society.


“Paws & Pints at the Port is a community gathering of animal loving beer connoisseurs from all over Central Florida,” said Theresa Clifton, Executive Director for the Brevard Humane Society. “The people who attend this event help make miracles happen by providing us with the financial resources needed to save countless animals in need of a second chance- THAT is ultimately what makes this event all that much more special.”


Unlike typical beer festivals that donate only a portion of their proceeds to charity, 100% of the funds raised at Paws & Pints at the Port will support the Brevard Humane Society’s programs and services. Tickets for this dog-friendly event are just $30 which includes unlimited tastings from area breweries. VIP tickets are also available for $40 which entitles attendees to additional perks such as one premium game ticket (for you or your dog), a commemorative glass, a swag bag, and access to the VIP Tent with exclusive tastings and shaded seating.


Large crowds are anticipated so only well-behaved and well-mannered dogs on leashes with county tags are encouraged to attend. To learn more about this event or to purchase tickets for Paws & Pints at the Port, located at 670 Dave Nisbet Circle, please call 321.636.3343 ext. 218 or purchase tickets online at: www.brevardhumanesociety.org/pawspints

About Brevard Humane SocietyThe Brevard Humane Society is a no-kill, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1952. The oldest established animal welfare organization in Brevard, the Brevard Humane Society promotes the humane treatment of homeless, displaced and abandoned animals by providing shelter, compassionate care, adoptions, and community education. The Brevard Humane Society is not a county agency nor are they affiliated with any national or regional organization. Tax-deductible donations, bequests, and proceeds from events are crucial to their life-saving mission and efforts on behalf of the homeless animals.