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Pet Beer Tag Contest Benefits Provincetown Animal Shelter in Cape Town

PROVINCETOWN — Could there be anything more glorious than seeing your pet’s picture on a beer label? Well, how about a free case of beer!

These tantalizing prizes await the winner of the Carrie A. Seaman Animal Shelter (CASAS) 2022 Special Edition Provincetown Brewing Co. Pet Label Contest. Funds raised will benefit the legendary Provincetown Shelter, a no-kill facility that places dogs and cats with people on the Outer Cape.

All large and small pets invited to compete

But the winning animal doesn’t have to be a dog or a feline.

“A turtle could win,” said CASAS board chair Sherry Brec. “A snake could win. It could be a ferret.”

The online competition opened on June 30 and will run until August 22. Pet lovers can submit a photo of their cute pet for $10, along with a phrase that will convince the world that Fido, Fluffy or Mr. Wiggles deserves this high honor. to appear on a beer label. The winner will be selected by online voting, with each vote costing $2.

The grand prize winner will receive an incredible cocktail of eternal fame and delight. The winning animal’s image and name will appear on a special-edition beer and the owner will receive a case of 2022 Provincetown Brewing Co. CASAS Brew beer.

Meanwhile, at the Provincetown Brewing Co., Brewski, their rescue dog, and the rest of the gang are barking excitedly at the moon.

“We love pets and we love beer, so it’s perfect,” said Erik Borg, head of sales and marketing at the brewery. “Promoting and supporting community organizations is important to us.”

Borg said customers often hung out with their pets on the brewery’s patio. It’s also where Brewski has his doghouse, and the puppy’s image adorns a popular sticker.

Winning animal announced in September

The winner of the pet tag contest will be announced at a party Sept. 18 at the brewery that kicks off Provincetown Pet Appreciation Week. The week’s events include a pet parade, the blessing of the animals at St. Mary’s Church in the Port and a “Pet Tea” at the Boatslip Beach Club, where people can celebrate with a mug of l CASAS special infusion.

CASAS President Brec, a beer fan who recommends Crandaddy Sour ale to Provincetown Brewing Co., is thrilled with the contest and the soapy splendor that awaits the winner.

“I would love to see one of my pets on a beer can!” she says.

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