Blog: Has beer gone to the dogs? Will it make you feel ruff? Has it got... OH, FORGET IT!
Olly Wehring | 21 November 2014
I've stopped short of covering it as a product launch story on just-drinks, but take a look at this.
Released this month in the UK, Snuffle Dog Beer is already available in 25 markets. The beer is brewed with beef or chicken stock and malt barley extracts. It also contains mineral oils. Don't worry, there's no alcohol in it.
The video is worth watching, if only for the camera glance from the puppy at 0:58. Cuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuute!
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