Home brews for rescues

2017-07-11 06:02
Ales for Tails organiser Warren Eades with Snoopy, who is looking for his forever home at the Kloof and Highway SPCA, Michael Egling of Tops Hillcrest and Barbara Patrick, manager of the Kloof and Highway SPCA with Donna the Daxie.Photo: supplied

Ales for Tails organiser Warren Eades with Snoopy, who is looking for his forever home at the Kloof and Highway SPCA, Michael Egling of Tops Hillcrest and Barbara Patrick, manager of the Kloof and Highway SPCA with Donna the Daxie.Photo: supplied

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THE Kloof and Highway SPCA and Tops Old Highway Maytime, Tops The Village Vineyard and Tops Hillcrest are excited to present the Tops Ales for Tails – a family-friendly home-brew beer festival.

More than 50 home brewers will be donating and pouring their unique home-brewed beers to help raise funds for the Kloof and Highway SPCA.

Some of Durban’s top local acts such as No Fly Zone, Stone Palace, Templar Funk, The Name On The Drum, Josie Gold and The Silver Sailor, Swamp Ryders and The Rocking Doctor will be donating their time and talent to ensure this is an event to be remembered.

Tickets are limited and available for purchase online at www.alesfortails.co.za or from Tops Old Highway Maytime, Tops The Village Vineyard, Tops Hillcrest, the Kloof and Highway SPCA reception and Beer Bros.

This is the second year the Ales for Tails craft beer festival will be held and last year R68 130 was raised.

Where: Kloof and Highway SPCA, 29 Village Road, Kloof on July 8 from 11am-5pm. Cost is R125, craft drinking ticket, includes complimentary glass or R100 general drinking (SAB, ciders and wine) and R50 non-drinking, includes minors 12 to 18, under 12 are free. Dogs are welcome.

For more information contact Warren Eades on 061 998 8108 or warren@alesfortails.co.za - Supplied

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