Elk Mountain Brewing and Douglas County SAR team up to raise funds

Douglas County Search and Rescue teams up with Elk Mountain Brewing on Sunday, May 22nd to support their mission starting at 11:00am.  As a Coloradoan/Denverite, chances are you like to hike, bike, climb, ski, boat, and basically do anything recreational in the outdoors.  Supporting your local Douglas Country SAR is invaluable to your community and your life.  Be sure to come out for a good cause and have a beer, to boot!

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We’d like to invite every one to come out and drink some beer and show your support for Search and Rescue – what’s not to like?

Many fundraising efforts simply ask for a $ donation $ with nothing in return. Since every donation is critical to keeping this vital community service available, the Douglas County Search & Rescue Team is taking a different approach. We’re giving you something to enjoy.

Douglas County Search & Rescue, in partnership with Elk Mountain Brewing, is proud to announce our summer brew, Devil’s Head Red. Elk Mountain is brewing this authentic Irish Red Ale exclusively for DCSAR. The brew will be kept on tap throughout the summer and a portion of the proceeds from all sales will be generously donated to our rescue team.

To kick-off this celebration we would like to invite you to join us at Elk Mountain Brewing, 18921 East Plaza Drive in Parker, on Sunday, May 22nd. In addition to enjoying Devil’s Head Red, there will be a silent auction and guest speakers. This celebration is being held from 11:00am to 5:00pm and beyond. Additional information is available at dcsarfunds.org and on Facebook.

We appreciate your support and hope to raise a glass with you.

About Jess Hunter

Jess is a lady and a scholar. If she's not mulling over the various names of famous mustaches and their respective bitter cocktails, she's nibbling on American Craft Singles and Cantillon. Connect with her by email at jesshunter@denveroffthewagon.com.

  • http://www.bigmargaritacrawl.com Mike

    Thanks for supporting this. SAR guys work their asses off for free and can use any donations they can get to pay for equipment and training.