And, no, it’s not actual beer. But Dog Brew does replicate that satisfying experience of cracking open a can after a long day. (At work, for you, at play, for your dog.) This dog beer, which we first saw on Design Taxi, is alcohol and hops-free. According to the product’s website, it’s actually “made with vegetables, herbs, spices, water, and pork broth.” And its ingredient label lists only 8 simple ingredients.
For those asking the important questions, humans can also partake in Dog Brew with their furry friends. In response to the (frequently asked!) query, Busch shares, “Suuure, if that’s what you’re into! We here at Busch do not judge. BUT this bone broth is made for a dog’s refined palate. You may find it pretty bland & yes, we’ve tried it a few times. Part of the job.” We have to wonder, could it really be blander than some beers out there?
However, we would like to remind readers that the opposite does not hold true. Alcohol and hops are toxic to dogs, and human beer is only for humans. That’s why there’s Dog Brew, after all! Much like beer, Dog Brew is also not a meal for your dog. It is only a delicious accompaniment.
Presently, Dog Brew is only available for purchase online. However, the good news is that it ships to all states in America. So as you plan for your last summer parties, don’t forget to include your dog. Dog Brew may be mostly about its delivery, but that doesn’t mean it’s not fun or delicious. It’s always the right day to treat your pup! Especially with National Dog Day coming up on August 26!