Dogs & Breweries
The craft beer industry has taken off, and now dogs can get in on the action–at least the brewery part; not the drinking beer part. Dogs won’t need to be age 21.
Just as there are restaurants that allow dogs to come with their people, it’s now legal in some places for dogs to be allowed in the tasting or sampling areas of breweries. You should check your local brewery to make sure. In a time when people are often glued to their screens and may normally sit home with their dog, the option of being able to bring a dog to a brewery is one that will enable people to get out and have a good time with other humans and their pets too.
It’s another option that is great for pet parents to have. Since most people agree that pets are part of their families, love them, and want to spend time with them, being able to bring a dog out for a fun afternoon or evening is an option that many people want to have.
Going to a brewery is like going to a coffee shop; it is a place of friendship and camaraderie, a place that is helping to revitalize neighborhoods and get people out developing relationships with each other.
Just make sure your dog isn’t your designated driver.
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