Love saving the animals and drinking beer? Well, we have a great event you need to be attending this weekend. Our buddies at Deadbeach brewery have teamed up with our friends at the El Paso Zoo Society to try and raise funds for wolf conservation efforts. Their brand new event Roar N' Pour is happening this weekend and it's a family-friendly event with plenty of things to do.

The Roar N' Pour event will also be the launch for the Lobo Lager, a new ConCerveza Deadbeach has created to support the El Paso Zoo Society. When you purchase a Lobo Lager, your money will help the Zoo Society reintroduce wolf pups into their natural environment. Zoos and breweries across the countries have been doing collaborations like this but this is the first time this has been seen in El Paso.

Roar N' Pour is happening this Sunday, September 26th from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Deadbeach Brewery. Deadbeach Brewery is located at 406 Durango Street in downtown El Paso. This event is for all ages and family-friendly. The El Paso Zoo will also have animal encounters on site and you can see Harri’s Hawk, Swainson’s Hawk as well as Madagascar Hognose Snakes.

There will also be a market onsite with various vendors including food by DeadBeach, lemonades by CRAZE, snow cones by Kona Ice. Handmade goods by Toasty T’s, Mystic Desert Studio, Roman Martinez art, Blushing Buffalo, Viva la Mocha,  and others.

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For more information on this event, please visit the Deadbeach Brewery website or the El Paso Zoo website.

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