Carson's Brewery has partnered with It Takes a Village No-Kill Rescue for the release of their all new "traditional pale ale with a twist."

Just in time for Christmas, you can get your hands on a case of the specially brewed, ITV's Fur-ever Home Tropical Ale. Carson's Brewery and It Takes a Village No-Kill Rescue will be hosting a release party at the brewery December 7th.

Carson's Brewery and It Takes A Village No-Kill Canine Rescue announce collaboration on a specially brewed and branded beer.
Join us on Thursday, December 7, 2017 at 6:30 pm for a beer release party hosted by the Taphouse at the Tropicana Casino!

It Takes A Village No-Kill Canine Rescue and Carson’s Brewery are collaborating to bring a specially brewed and branded beer to the Evansville, IN area - ITV's Fur-Ever Home Tropical Ale beer! The initial production will be 32,000 cans, as well as kegs for local bars and restaurants. The Carson's ITV Fur-Ever Home Tropical Ale will be available in the Carson's Brewery Tap Room December 1st, and will be available for retail purchase at local grocery and liquor stores, as well as in cans and on tap in local bars and restaurants in early December. "The ITV Board of Directors sampled several varieties of Carson's beer before choosing this flavor profile, and have also picked a label design for the cans. The result is a traditional Blonde ale, but with a twist. This has the usual soft malty aroma and flavor, but has passion fruit, pineapple and dulce added for a hint of fruit and the slightest hint of sweetness." related Carson's Brewery owner Jason Carson. Carson's will donate a portion of sales of this beer to the ITV No-Kill Canine Rescue. ITV and Carson's will also offer co-branded canine and human apparel incl shirts, sweatshirts, etc. that will be available just in time for Christmas!

Make plans to attend now and support It Takes a Village in their mission - "doing what it takes to find loving homes for stray, abandoned, and surrendered animals, and to keep these animals safe and free from further suffering."

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