Motorworks Is Brewing Up a Good Cause: Adoptable Lager

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BY ARIEL CHATES SRQ DAILY FRESHLY SQUEEZED CONTENT EVERY MORNING TUESDAY JUN 2, 2020

Motorworks Brewing has re-opened for business and re-stocked their wildly popular Adoptable Lager. After working with different animal non-profts for years, this clever mash-up showcases the faces of dogs at the Manatee County Animal Services looking for a home on the label of their Motorworks lager. This month features Candy, a German Shepherd/Mastiff mix from their original run, that unfortunately has yet to find a forever home. Once this edition runs out, and Candy gets adopted, Motorworks will put a new face on the lagers.

The Adoptable Lager 6-packs will feature a rotating team of tail-waggers in need of a loving owner. Barry Elwonger, Director of Sales and Marketing, said the response from customers has been “incredible.” In fact the first round they released in January sold out almost immediately. One of the first dogs was even reunited with their owner all the way in Minnesota in a heartwarming turn of events. In addition the rate of adoption at the shelter has gone up significantly since the lagers hit the shelves. Currently you can pick up a feel-good Adoptable Lager at Motorworks, but soon you will be able to grab some at your favorite local bar, liquor or grocery store as they go into distribution. 

Motorwork Brewing and their 16,000 square foot beer garden (the biggest in the state!) is now open again while practicing social distancing measures. They have also paired with the distillery to create their own hand sanitizer which you can purchase there.


1014 9th Street West Bradenton, Florida 34205, info@MotorworksBrewing.com, 941.567.6218

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