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Urban Chestnut, Purina continue 'raising a pint for pets' with special dinner packs

Since it began in 2017, the campaign has raised more than $200,000 for local animal shelters
Credit: Urban Chestnut Brewing Company

ST. LOUIS — Urban Chestnut Brewing Company and Purina are continuing their annual “Raise a Pint for Pets” campaign to raise money for shelter pets in the St. Louis area.

For every Urban Underdog Dinner Pack sold at UCBC’s Grove Brewery & Bierhall from Aug. 1–Sept. 30, Purina will donate $10 to the Petfinder Foundation.

The campaign hopes to raise $25,000, which will be shared among these pet shelters in the area:

  • Helping Strays of Monroe County
  • Gateway Pet Guardians
  • Metro East Humane Society
  • Open Door Animal Sanctuary
  • Partners for Pets
  • Humane Society of Missouri
  • APA Adoption Center
  • CARE STL
  • Belleville Area Humane Society
  • Five Acres Animal Shelter

RELATED: Buy an 8-pack of beer, help a St. Louis shelter pet

The Urban Underdog Dinner Packs will be available for pick-up seven days a week at UCBC’s Grove Brewery & Bierhall located at 4465 Manchester Avenue.

Each dinner pack includes:

  • One Take ‘n Bake Pizza (cheese or pepperoni)
  • One 4-pack of Urban Underdog American Lager
  • One bag of Purina Beggin’ Strips
  • One limited-edition Urban Underdog can koozie

Cheese pizza packs cost $25 and pepperoni packs cost $28. You can place an order on Urban Chestnut's website.

Purina also will donate $1 to the Petfinder Foundation for each can of Urban Underdog American Lager sold.

“Pet shelters around St. Louis have been severely impacted by COVID-19, and while some have experienced record numbers of adoptions, all area shelters have had to cancel fundraisers and other community events,” said Kim Beardslee with Purina Community Affairs. “Teaming up with our fellow pet-loving friends at Urban Chestnut to help raise funds for local shelters is needed now more than ever.”

This is the fourth year Purina and Urban Chestnut have teamed up for the campaign. Since it began in 2017, the campaign has raised more than $200,000 for local animal shelters, according to a news release.