Chatham Animal Rescue & Education (CARE) has partnered with Pittsboro-based bmc brewing in the production of a craft beer called Peace Love Paws Blonde Ale. A portion of the proceeds from sales of the beer will be donated to CARE to provide veterinary care, food and supplies to CARE foster dogs and cats available for adoption in Chatham County.
“This easy drinking blonde ale is a smooth American classic that any beer lover can enjoy. It’s the perfect brew to enjoy with your furry friends,” said John Rice with bmc brewing.
“We are delighted about this partnership and the close collaboration with bmc brewing. CARE is extremely grateful for their creativity, generosity, and willingness to support the dogs and cats of our community,” said Joan Cunningham, President of CARE.
Peace Love Paws is currently available at the tap room at bmc brewing in the Beverage District at The Plant on Lorax Lane in Pittsboro and at Breakaway Café in the Veranda at Briar Chapel. It will soon be available in cans for purchase at bmc, Breakaway Café and other local venues to be announced.
About bmc brewing
bmc brewing is a family run business making all beers on site at our brewery/tap room in Pittsboro with ultra-purified reverse osmosis water. Ingredients are as local as possible, and we are committed to sustainability and community by using as much solar power as possible to run the brewery and tap room. bmc brewing supports the community by partnering with local non-profits. Learn more at bmcbrewing.com.