Commerce Street Brewery in Mineral Point, Wisconsin has raised more than $1,680 for a local animal shelter — all thanks to Betty White. Mineral Point is where Betty White’s late husband Alan Ludden grew up and he was buried there in 1980.
Though Betty White never returned to the town after her husbands funeral.The brewery gives patrons the option to pre purchase drinks for their friends, and Betty White became the most popular recipient in case she ever returned.
Starting with just 41 beers, the brewery has since collected more than 336 beers since her passing. The business announced it would be donating the $1,680 in proceeds to local animal shelters.
The Beers-For-Betty initiative will continue through the end of January.
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