Fundraiser for Dakin Humane Society featuring Cantillon

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The Foundry Northampton, in partnership with Shelton Brothers Importers, will be hosting a fundraiser for the Dakin Humane Society on Thursday, July 3, 2014, from 5 to 8 p.m. Proceeds from all beer sales will go to benefit Dakin.

The event will feature the following special kegs courtesy of Shelton Brothers:

• Classic Gueuze from world-famous lambic brewery Cantillon
• Weltfreude, a new sour Belgian blond aged in Burgundy barrels from De Struise brewery
• Péché Mortel, a coffee imperial stout from Montréal brewery Dieu du Ciel!

Daniel Shelton of Shelton Brothers will be present, as well as representatives from Dakin. Attendees are encouraged to bring a print photograph of their furry friends, or email an electronic copy ahead of time to [email protected] Sadly, no pets may attend per the Health Department.

"Many of our customers have connected with Dakin on some level, myself included," said Sally Noble, co-owner of The Foundry, "and we are very excited to be able to give back."

According to Dakin’s Executive Director Leslie Harris, “We’re really thrilled that The Foundry is presenting this event on Dakin’s behalf. Having adoption centers in Springfield and Leverett, we are proud to serve so many communities throughout the Pioneer Valley and beyond. When an event like this is staged to benefit Dakin, it reinforces our sense of community and shared purpose to help animals and people.”

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Submitted by: SheltonBrothers
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