More than often, people like to chill with their friends over a beer. But, how would it be if one could exactly spend some time like that with their dogs?
A brand named Busch Beer has answered that question. The brand has come up with a dog beer that does not have alcohol content. In fact, the drink is healthy for the furry animals as it contains bone broth in a variety of flavours.
In a tweet, the company said, “Introducing The Nectar Of The DOGS!#BuschDogBrew is bone broth full of dog-friendly flavors and nutrients.”
More interestingly, this announcement was made on August 26 which happens to be National Dog Day.
A report published in Country Living quoted Daniel Blake, Anheuser-Busch’s VP of value brands saying, “After a long day there’s nothing quite like having a Busch with a friend, and with so many new pet owners across America this year, we wanted to create a brew to give our fans a chance to share a Busch brew with their ‘best friend’”.
This post on Twitter went viral in no time. Netizens unsurprisingly were overjoyed by the introduction of such a beverage. Many users shared adorable pictures of their dogs, saying that their pet would love it.
A person said, “Just ordered some. Hopefully, it will invigorate my pup.”
Another one wrote, “This can’t be real, cracking a cold one with the good boys?” Replying to the tweet the brand wrote, “IT’S FUR REAL.”
This can’t be real, cracking a cold one with the good boys?
— Mini Golf Cam 2-1 🏆🏆 (@Conley_Tweets) August 26, 2020
A user also asked if it is safe for human consumption. He said, “Is this safe for human consumption? *asking for a friend” replying to the query, Busch Beer wrote, “Welp you can but your dog might be mad you got your paws on it.”
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