All of everyone’s favorite things come together Saturday at the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds for the third annual Pints for Pups event, a fundraiser that aims “to help local pups find forever homes” throughout the Bay Area.

Facebook group Southbay Beer Hounds, a network of 1,423 like-minded beer lovers who share their brewski experiences, and ceramic supply store Clay Planet are presenting the event, which plays the dual role of supporting local pet shelters and more than 40 local artists who will be selling one-of-a-kind mugs, chalices, growlers, paintings and other media.

A percentage of proceeds from all drink, food and art purchases will benefit the Silicon Valley Pet Project, a nonprofit organization committed to saving local at-risk shelter pets, as well as the event’s new beneficiary, the Thulani Program, a nonprofit that rescues and adopts ill or older German shepherds in California. Last year, the event raised more than $7,000 in a day.

“We’re hoping, of course, to surpass that [sum] this year,” says Deb Anderson, a passionate animal lover who co-founded Pints for Pups with husband Paul Anderson, the founder of Beer Hound networking, and Clay Planet owner Matt Hoogland. Their first attempt at the ambitious triad of craft drinks, local art and charity took place in March 2015, when 400 people showed up for the cause.

Since then, the event outgrew its original venue at San Jose’s Strike Brewery, where last year’s event drew in 700 people and some complaints about a lack of space. Elbow room will not be an issue this year at the county fairgrounds. The larger venue will allow for a carnival-style benefit that will also feature food trucks, donation drawings, a kissing booth, and live performances by Bug Horn Rex and Sound Decisions.

Beer will be served from eight local breweries, including Strike, Hermitage, Firestone Walker and Santa Clara Valley Brewing. Also joining this year’s event is Sarah’s Vineyard, Satori and Venus Spirits to serve wine and cocktails. Both the Pet Project and Thulani will be present, allowing attendees to interact with adoptable puppies.

“It’s really a privilege to be able to help such worthy groups by assembling other great folks—wonderful, local, eccentric artists, brewers and winemakers,” Paul Anderson says.

Festivities will commence Saturday, May 13, from 1pm-8pm, with last call at 7pm. Admission can be purchased on Eventbrite for $10, and drink tickets will be sold at the event for $5 each.