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Zilker Brewing Company will sell a Park & ​​Rec commemorative drink can

Austinites can get the can at local retailers and at four events in August. A portion of sales will go to the Austin Parks Foundation.

AUSTIN, Texas – Zilker Brewing Company is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Austin Parks Foundation with a special “Parks & Rec” beverage can available at local retailers and events.

HEB, Whole Foods, Central Market, Specs and Zilker Brewing Company Dining Room will all be donating the commemorative can. A portion of can sales will go to the Austin Parks Foundation.

Although the design of the anniversary box is new, the drink inside is not. It debuted in 2017 with the limited release of Parks & Rec Pale Ale. The drink has become so popular among Zilker Brewing Company customers that it “earned its place in their year-round rotation,” the Austin Parks Foundation said in a statement Friday.

The Austin Parks Foundation has received over $25,000 in sales shares since 2017.

“Parks & Rec was originally brewed in conjunction with APF to celebrate Zilker Park’s 100th anniversary in 2017,” said Patrick Clark, Founder of Zilker Brewing Company. “It was a no-brainer to help celebrate an iconic Austin landmark and give back to the group that enhances and maintains so many of our beloved parks. For the past five years, we have been able to share a beer to sip while enjoying the outdoors and helping to maintain our beautiful parks. »

The 30th Anniversary can will be available at retailers and at four events in August:

  • Trivia Night at 7 p.m. at The Tavern on August 3
  • Buzzmill Riverside pop-up from 6-8pm on August 4
  • Bangers happy hour from 4-6 p.m. August 5
  • A pub crawl organized by ZBC on Barton Springs Road on August 25

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