We are proud to announce a special partnership with the Little Pub Company and Good River Beer for the entire month of July 2019!  Throughout the month, Little Pub Company’s 21 locations are “Raising the Bar” by featuring “Class V Fridays” where Good River Beer’s Class V Colorado IPA will be sold for $4 and 100% of the proceeds will go to our Denver, Colorado program! In addition to every sale going to charity, customers can add donations directly to their bill, making it easier for them to donate and support the disabled veterans served by our program in Denver.

Little Pub Company’s 21 bars will be participating in “Class V Fridays” and accepting donations to Project Healing Waters from July 1-31st. The locations are as follows. 

British Bulldog                        Four Barrel BBQ                    The Pioneer

Colfax Sports and Brew          Gibby’s                                  Spot Bar

College Inn                             Hound                                   Three Dogs

Dog & Pony                            Icehouse                                Varsity Inn

Doghouse                               Lucky Mutt                            The Whittier

Don’s Club                              Old Man Bar                         Will Call

The Elm                                   Pifler’s                                  Wyman’s No. 5

In addition to “Class V Fridays”, on Saturday July 27th , Old Man Bar in Broomfield will be hosting the Great Broomfield Beerfest for Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing. The party will feature a silent auction (5pm), live music starting at 6pm, raffles, giveaways, and delicious BBQ and beer. 20% of proceeds from all food and non-alcoholic beverage sales will be donated to Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing for the entire day!

“Raise the Bar” is a program started by Little Pub Company in an effort to unite all of their locations behind one common charitable goal. Through their partnership with the Denver Foundation they have raised over $50,000 for different charitable organizations since the program’s launch in 2017.