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Big Dog's teams up with Nevada Public Radio to make "beer that benefits your ear!"

(10/22/2016)

knpr canWe’re serious about keeping the “pub” in public radio, so we’re proud to join as a corporate member of Nevada Public Radio with a challenge during the Fall membership campaign. In a few weeks we’ll be launching a KNPR branded Tailwagger Hefeweizen and our net proceeds will come right back to Nevada Public Radio. We’re getting a head start by participating in the fall drive by investing in the listening we’ll be doing as we brew “the beer that benefits your ear!”

We know many of our friends and colleagues are just as committed as we are to the independent news, information and cultural content found on air, online and in print from Nevada Public Radio. Will you join us in supporting this vital community resource? Nobody brews the news like NPR. Listening and enjoying what you hear is wonderful, but annual membership is how Nevada Public Radio is funded.

Click HERE to join us with a donation to Nevada Public Roadio.

As mentioned previously, Big Dog’s is pleased to announce that it is creating a special series of Tailwagger cans in conjunction with KNPR which will be sold in Southern Nevada from December 2016 through May 2017 and raise funds for Nevada Public Radio. While the beer itself is the same, beloved recipe as Tailwagger Wheat beer, one of Big Dog’s signature brews that are available throughout the year, the packaging will be changed and geared towards KNPR. 

Big Dog’s Tailwagger Wheat is an authentic Bavarian‐style Hefeweizen, possessing characteristic banana & clove aromas produced by the unique German yeast. It is a sophisticated brew, yet light and refreshing; a perfect year‐round companion for our desert palates. Wheat beers are so versatile that the options for food pairings are almost endless. Tailwagger is a 4.9% alcohol by volume brew.

Thank you for taking action to support your listening and keep Nevada Public Radio independent at a time when it’s more important than ever to have media we can trust for our news and information, and the wonderful escape of classical music. We’ll raise a glass to that!