BRADFIELD Brewery has produced a beer called Paws for a Pint to help raise money for Sheffield Animal Centre. Ten pence from every pint will go to the local branch of the RSPCA.
The beer, recognised by the Campaign for Real Ale, is being sold at pubs such as the Nag’s Head in Loxley, The Plough in Low Bradfield, The Royal in Dungworth, the New Barrack Tavern on Penistone Road, the Kelham Island Tavern, The Blake in Upperthorpe, the Sheaf View in Heeley, The Railway in Wadsley Bridge and The Horse & Groom in Gleadless.
Animal Centre chairperson Kathryn Whitlam said: “Our centre costs around £2,000 a day to run and ventures such as Paws for a Pint really help us in terms of long-term planning.”
Brewery managing director John Gill said: “The beer, which is a golden ale, has already proved very popular and we have had a wealth of pre-orders from a lot of pubs in Sheffield and even further afield.”
The animal centre holds a sponsored dog walk on Sunday, May 20, starting and ending at Woodhead Road car park at Grenoside. Registration is between 10am and 11am. Contact 289 8057.