Dog Beer

August 1, 2016

There’s a fun new trend this summer that we just love – doggy beer! Yep, that’s right, you can get non-alcoholic, non-carbonated beer for your best buddy. Hilarious, we know. Now, on a hot summer day by the lake or by the pool, you’re not the only one enjoying a delicious beverage!

Who’s selling this doggy beer, exactly? We found a great list of brewers! Read on for details!

Snuffle Dog Beer: these adventurous brewers are located in Belgium. The group of owners would often enjoy a beer after a long day of hiking with their dogs, and came up with the idea that it would be great to share a cold, refreshing drink with not only each other, but their pets too! The “beer” is made with chicken or beef, malt barley extracts, mineral oils, vitamin B, as well as other nutritional ingredients for your pup. All ingredients are products for human consumption, so you know your furry friend is getting the best. Learn more about this beer on their website .

Bowser Beer: Based in Arizona, Bowser Beer uses 100% U.S. made, all natural ingredients. The “beer” is again, non-alcoholic and non-carbonated, and comes in three flavours your dog will love: Beefy Brown Ale, Cock-a-Doodle Brew and Porky Pug Porter. The beer is loaded with vitamin-packed malt barley and glucosamine, and is made without added salt or fat. They even have custom labels so your pup can be the star of his 6-pack. We love this idea. Learn more about this fun company here.

Dawg Grog: Dawg Grog wants to give dog owners the chance to share a cold one with their best friend. The “brewer” is Daniel Keeton of Bend, Oregon. Craft beer is very popular in Oregon, and Daniel had the idea to create a liquid treat dogs could enjoy too! This dog beer is 100% vegetarian and packed full of K9 specific glucosamine with essential vitamins and minerals for your pup’s health. The base of the beer is malted barley water, from a local Oregon brewery called Boneyard Brewery. You can learn more about this nutritious dog beer and order some for your own pup on the Dawg Grog website .

Have you ever given your pup dog beer? Did they like it? Tell us about it below!
Source: http://barkpost.com/beers-for-dogs/

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