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Jax Daily Record Monday, Nov. 8, 202104:50 AM EST

Farah & Farah partners with Intuition Ale Works

Proceeds from “4 the Pups” craft beer will help provide service dogs to local veterans.
by: Max Marbut Associate Editor

The Farah & Farah law firm and Intuition Ale Works renewed their partnership to help local veterans and their families.

Proceeds from every pint of Intuition’s “4 the Pups, Man” craft beer sold in November will be donated to Paws and Stripes, a partnership between the Jacksonville Humane Society and Five Star Veterans Center, a nonprofit that provides safe housing and support services to veterans battling post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury. 

Proceeds will help cover training costs of service dogs for veterans.

“We fight for those who have fought for us,” Eddie Farah, founding partner of Farah & Farah, said in a news release. 

The new batch of beer is available on tap at Intuition Ale Works Downtown near TIAA Bank Field, Brewhound in Neptune Beach and Kanine Social in Riverside.

In addition to the $4 raised from each pint of “4 the Pups, Man” beer sold, Farah & Farah will match up to $10,000 for donations at to double the benefit.

When the partnership debuted in February, about 2,000 pints of “4 the Pups, Man” beer were sold and donations were matched to raise more than $29,000 to support the mission of Paws and Stripes.

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