A PUPPY YOGA “PUP-UP” is Coming to The PHILADELPHIA BREWING COMPANY
Philadelphia Brewing Company, one of Philadelphia’s first and largest breweries – makers of local brews such as Kenzinger and Walt Wit, is partnering with Morris Animal Refuge, America’s first animal shelter, to host its first-ever puppy yoga on Saturday, February 2 from 1 to 2 p.m.
Beer-loving yogis will enjoy a one-hour yoga class also attended by adorable, adoptable puppies in Philadelphia Brewing Company’s second-floor tasting room and event space. Each guest will receive one complimentary Philadelphia Brewing Company brew at the end of the class to celebrate their athletic success.
“We are thrilled to partner with Morris Animal Refuge to host our first-ever puppy yoga class,” said Nancy Barton Co-Owner and Co-Founder of Philadelphia Brewing Company. “I can’t think of a better way to spend a Saturday — yoga, puppies and beer, all for a good cause!”
Tickets are $30 and can be purchased here, beginning Monday, January 14 at noon. Space is limited. All proceeds will benefit Morris Animal Refuge in providing quality care for Philadelphia’s abandoned and homeless animals.
Puppy Yoga is BYOM (bring your own mat) but not BYOD (bring your own dog) as puppies will be provided by Morris Animal Refuge.
Philadelphia Brewing Company is located in Kensington at 2440 Frankford Ave.