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Spencer Devon Brewing Presents Check to MANARC to Support Veterans Moving Forward




(FREDERICKSBURG, VA) Spencer Devon Brewing, a new craft brew pub located on 106 George St. in Fredericksburg launched their SDB mug club on Monday, September 21 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. to benefit MANARC-Borne the Battle and Veterans Moving Forward (VMF). On Wednesday September, 30th Shawn Phillips, owner and operator of Spencer Devon Brewing presented a check to Deborah Franks, CEO of MANARC for $890.59.

Individuals who attended the event had an opportunity to become one of only 30 SDB mug club members. All members of the SDB mug club received a hand crafted mug from Liberty Town, personal notification of SDB news and upcoming releases, 10% off meals and merchandise and an invitation to an annual dinner with the brewers. For more information on SDB Mug Club, visit

A portion of the SDB mug club membership sales and 10% of SDB overall sales went to benefit MANARC and Veterans Moving Forward (VMF). VMF’s mission is to provide service dogs and canine therapy services to veterans with physical and mental health challenges at no cost to the veteran. Their vision is to be a leading source of canine therapy and assistance dogs provided at no cost to veterans with physical and mental health challenges. For more information on VMF, visit

MANARC, Borne the Battle is a 501 ©(3) non-profit thrift store operating on donations from the community with the express purpose of providing support to established veterans organizations. MANARC-"Marines, Army, Navy, Air Force, Reserve and Coast Guard”—opened its doors in September of 2014 with a mission to support Veterans. MANARC’s thrift store is located at 107 William Street. Store hours are Sunday through Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Wednesday through Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Donations are accepted during all hours of operation. For more information on MANARC, please visit and follow their Facebook page,

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