BRK Republic to Host First Annual Beer Festival

The dog-friendly West Palm Beach tap house will welcome guests to the festival in honor of its second anniversary August 6

Photo courtesy of BRK Republic
Photo courtesy of BRK Republic

The first annual BRK Republic West Palm Beach Beer Festival—held in honor of BRK Republic’s second anniversary—will take over the Clematis Street tap house August 6, from 6 to 10 p.m. A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to BRK Republic’s animal rescue partners, Mutty Paws Rescue and Peggy Adams Animal Rescue.

BRK Republic’s dog-friendly festival will feature a live DJ, animal adoption booths, art and local business vendors, free beer samples from more than 15 local breweries, and food and liquor beverages for purchase sponsored by Lilo’s Streetfood & Bar. Dogs must be kept on leashes during the festival. The festival will occur rain or shine.

A dog at BRK Republic in West Palm Beach. Photo courtesy of BRK Republic
Photo courtesy of BRK Republic

Festival guests must be at least 21 years old. General admission is $40 and includes 6 p.m. event entry and a souvenir cup. VIP admission is $55 and includes early event entry at 5 p.m., a souvenir cup, and a food ticket. Tickets are limited and available here.

“We are so excited to celebrate our second anniversary with this fun event for both dogs and their owners,” said BRK Republic owner Lindsay Lipovich. “Not only will attendees get to enjoy local breweries and vendors, but we get to support our wonderful dog rescue partners as well!”

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