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Local Brewery Supports Cobb County Animal Shelter

September 25, 2019

Red Hare Brewing Company has teamed up with the Humane Society of Cobb County (HSCC) to put together the “Brews for Rescues” fundraiser. The event will take place at Red Hare Brewing Company (1998 Delk Industrial Blvd., Marietta, GA, 30067) from 12 p.m.–5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 28th.

“The HSCC has embarked on an exciting new venture” said Sarah Cant, Executive Director of the HSCC. “We are so lucky to have amazing supporters who provide assistance in many ways and bring so much love to animals in need.”

The fundraiser will benefit the HSCC’s soon-to-be new building on their campus which will aid in providing improved health and welfare for all animals under their care. There will be food by Great and Plenty and drink specials for this event! Guests are encouraged to bring their own canine companions. HSCC staff and volunteers will be available to inform guests who are interested in learning more about their organization or those who are in need of some pet care tips.

“Community involvement and remaining a local pillar in our Marietta hometown is so important to us.” Said Veronica Boza, Red Hare’s Marketing and Events manager. “We want to continually give back in any way we can and we’re ecstatic at this opportunity to do so.”

About Red Hare Brewing Company
Red Hare Brewing Company ( was founded in August 18, 2011. Red Hare is Marietta’s oldest microbrewery and has a variety of year-round beers, as well as several seasonals and drop ins that are expertly crafted up for beer lovers far and near. They have a taproom in Marietta, GA and an experiment station in Shallotte, NC, where they brew smaller, more specialty batches of beer. Red Hare is a family owned and operated facility and hosts a variety of events year-round. Their Marietta taproom hours are Tuesday-Thursday 3-9pm, Friday 3-10pm, Saturday 12-10pm and Sunday 12:30-7pm.

About the Humane Society of Cobb County
The mission of the Anna L. Haas Humane Society of Cobb County (HSCC) is to promote humane welfare and responsible animal guardianship through educational community outreach, shelter, and spay/neuter programs ( . The society was founded in 1957 and initially independently operated from a small space within the Cobb County Animal Control facilities. In the 1990s, the HSCC received funds which allowed them the ability to purchase and renovate a property to house animals and facilitate adoptions. The HSCC is currently in the process of constructing a new building on their campus near the Marietta square, which will enable a better quality of life for the cats, dogs, and exotic animals under their care.

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