Pints for Paws to raise funds for Heavenly Avalanche Rescue Dog Team |

Pints for Paws to raise funds for Heavenly Avalanche Rescue Dog Team

Heavenly Ski Patrol's inaugural Pints for Paws event is scheduled for Friday, Feb. 9.
Provided / Ryan Werick |

If you go ...

What: Pints for Paws

When: Friday, Feb. 9, 6-10 p.m.

Where: South Lake Brewing Company

Tickets: Free Entry


Support local dogs by drinking beer at this weekend’s all-new Pints for Paws fundraiser, hosted by Heavenly Ski Patrol at South Lake Brewing Company.

“Join us at South Lake Brewing Co. for Heavenly Ski Patrol’s 1st annual Pints for Paws fundraising event,” states the Facebook event page.

In addition to enjoying a variety of SLBC brews, attendees will also be able to purchase pizza from mobile wood-fired pop-up kitchen The Oven, which will be on-site at the taproom during the course of the fundraiser.

“Proceeds will go to our local Lake Tahoe Humane Society as well as the Heavenly Avalanche Rescue Dog Team. Come show some local pride in your favorite mountain and meet and drink with your local ski patrollers and K-9 team,” continues the Facebook page.

Pints for Paws begins at 6 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 9, and the fundraising fun lasts through 10 p.m.

Heavenly Ski Patrol is a nonprofit that donates to local charities such as Team Tahoe Special Olympics, Live Violence Free and St. Baldrick’s Foundation.

South Lake Brewing Company is located at 1920 Lake Tahoe Blvd. in South Lake Tahoe. The establishment is family-friendly, but patrons must be at least 21 years of age in order to consume SLBC’s brews.

Learn more about the event online at

— Lake Tahoe Action

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