I seem to be developing a theme of late…it started with my posts about dogs in the world of wine. Closer to home, those who have joined Canine Catering on Facebook know that we are having a bit of a argument in the local media about dogs being allowed in outdoor cafes and bars. Yes – believe it or not – that’s the state of play here when it comes to dog-friendly establishments – so many just haven’t tapped the market for the dog owner.
And now…this post is about beer for dogs. Dawg Grog. It’s made in Bend Oregon by a beer lover named Daniel Keeton who is also passionate about his pooch, Lola Jane. Since Daniel works in a brew house named the Boneyard Brewery, he wanted Lola Jane to be able to share in his work.
Dawg Grog is a brew using the Boneyard Brewery’s malted barley water, glucosamine and organic vegetable broth. It can be served as a treat or over food. It’s available in all 50 US states. A six-pack is $36.
I’m really impressed by the ingredients used in this product and it’s encouraging to see dog owners continuing to find ways of caring for their dogs and involving them in their everyday work.
Here’s a good YouTube video about Daniel’s invention: