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Shmaltz Brewing Comes to Broward: Get Ready for Funky Jewddha

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Shmaltz Brewing Co., the Clifton Park-based beer company that specializes in delicious beers with tongue-in-cheek names like He'Brew -- the Chosen Beer and Funky Jewbelation, is coming to South Florida for two special "tribe-related" happy hours.

Shmaltz is teaming up with Funky Buddha for both events on Thursday, July 24, in what can only be described as a celebration of beer of all faiths and varieties. At both happy hours, you'll be able to meet Shmaltz founder Jeremy Cowan and taste a variety of beers from both Shmaltz and Funky Buddha. Best of all? The events are free and open to everyone.

See also: Funky Buddha Launches Turtle Power Beer as Fundraiser for Coral Springs Toddler

The Brass Tap in Coral Springs is hosting the "Funky Jewddha Happy Hour" on Thursday, July 24, from 5 to 7 p.m. Come and hang out and try a handful of brews from each brewery. No cover to attend; cash bar.

On Thursday, July 24, come out to Funky Buddha Brewery for its "Rabbi at the Buddha" party. Starting at 7:30 p.m., meet Cowan and try some Funky Jewbelation as well as other delicious offerings by both breweries. No cover to attend; cash bar.

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