Grog For Canines? Man Makes Beer for Dogs

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(KTVI) – A cold brew for man’s best friend. An Oregon man blending his passion for beer canines into a treat that’s going to the dogs. Daniel Keeton makes a doggie beer called, “Dog Grog.”

There’s no actual alcohol in the organic brew. It’s a simple mixture of low sodium vegetable broth, water, spent grain and a local brewery and glucosamine.  Dawg Grog can be served over dry dog food or by itself as a treat. 

A six-pack of 16 ounce containers costs $36.   You can by Dawg Grog online at Dawg

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