Some of Tassie's finest wine, whisky, gin and craft beer will be on show to raise funds for Tasmania animals needing help.
Locals are urged to attend and raise a glass for the RPSCA's furred, finned and feathered at the Licka event on March 21.
Held at Majories at Woolmers, fundraising committee member Clare Jokuszies said the event's second edition will bigger than last year's.
"Last year we ran it just with the whisky and it was a fabulous event. So this year we've decided to include a few more options for people," she said.
"We will have tastings from Grey Sands Vineyard, Van Diemen Brewing, Abel Gin and the Launceston Distillery. There will also be beautiful canapes from Marjories."
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It will be chief officer Andrew Byrne's last event before leaving to open his own veterinary practice on the state's east coast.
"It's just about us helping to protect the animals, just about us doing our job," he said.
"They're Tasmanian businesses helping Tasmanian animals."
RSVPs for the event close on March 15. Tickets cost $45 per person and include canapes. To book contact 0438 892 691.
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