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A couple who wanted to find healthy treats for their elderly canine ended up launching a range of dog beer. Megan and Steve Long, bars owners based in Houston, explain: "Our oldest rottweiler, Rocky, is very sensitive to foods and allergies so we started creating him his own treats and managing his diet better. It helped his allergy outbreaks significantly and we just seemed to progress from there eventually starting our own line of beer for dogs." The all-natural, non-alcoholic brew sees each can containing 12oz of different fresh ingredients carefully cooked down to make a refreshing and healthy treat for your best friend. The range includes chicken-based Mailman Malt Licker and vegetable-based Session Squirrel, although Megan says: "the Crotch Sniffin??? Ale won???t be available until mid November." The beverages are called beer "because we use a lot of the same equipment a brewery does. We just skip the fermentation process," Megan told USA Today. Megan says: "We just opened our brewery August 20th and it???s amazing how fast it???s spreading. We have already shipped all over the US and we even did a radio show in London by conference call." Where: Houston, Texas, United States When: 17 Oct 2018 Credit: Good Boy Dog Beer/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Good Boy Dog Beer/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission**
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A couple who wanted to find healthy treats for their elderly canine ended up launching a range of dog beer. Megan and Steve Long, bars owners based in Houston, explain: "Our oldest rottweiler, Rocky, is very sensitive to foods and allergies so we started creating him his own treats and managing his diet better. It helped his allergy outbreaks significantly and we just seemed to progress from there eventually starting our own line of beer for dogs." The all-natural, non-alcoholic brew sees each can containing 12oz of different fresh ingredients carefully cooked down to make a refreshing and healthy treat for your best friend. The range includes chicken-based Mailman Malt Licker and vegetable-based Session Squirrel, although Megan says: "the Crotch Sniffin??? Ale won???t be available until mid November." The beverages are called beer "because we use a lot of the same equipment a brewery does. We just skip the fermentation process," Megan told USA Today. Megan says: "We just opened our brewery August 20th and it???s amazing how fast it???s spreading. We have already shipped all over the US and we even did a radio show in London by conference call." Where: Houston, Texas, United States When: 17 Oct 2018 Credit: Good Boy Dog Beer/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Good Boy Dog Beer/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission**
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A couple who wanted to find healthy treats for their elderly canine ended up launching a range of dog beer. Megan and Steve Long, bars owners based in Houston, explain: "Our oldest rottweiler, Rocky, is very sensitive to foods and allergies so we started creating him his own treats and managing his diet better. It helped his allergy outbreaks significantly and we just seemed to progress from there eventually starting our own line of beer for dogs." The all-natural, non-alcoholic brew sees each can containing 12oz of different fresh ingredients carefully cooked down to make a refreshing and healthy treat for your best friend. The range includes chicken-based Mailman Malt Licker and vegetable-based Session Squirrel, although Megan says: "the Crotch Sniffin??? Ale won???t be available until mid November." The beverages are called beer "because we use a lot of the same equipment a brewery does. We just skip the fermentation process," Megan told USA Today. Megan says: "We just opened our brewery August 20th and it???s amazing how fast it???s spreading. We have already shipped all over the US and we even did a radio show in London by conference call." Where: Houston, Texas, United States When: 17 Oct 2018 Credit: Good Boy Dog Beer/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Good Boy Dog Beer/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission**
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A couple who wanted to find healthy treats for their elderly canine ended up launching a range of dog beer. Megan and Steve Long, bars owners based in Houston, explain: "Our oldest rottweiler, Rocky, is very sensitive to foods and allergies so we started creating him his own treats and managing his diet better. It helped his allergy outbreaks significantly and we just seemed to progress from there eventually starting our own line of beer for dogs." The all-natural, non-alcoholic brew sees each can containing 12oz of different fresh ingredients carefully cooked down to make a refreshing and healthy treat for your best friend. The range includes chicken-based Mailman Malt Licker and vegetable-based Session Squirrel, although Megan says: "the Crotch Sniffin??? Ale won???t be available until mid November." The beverages are called beer "because we use a lot of the same equipment a brewery does. We just skip the fermentation process," Megan told USA Today. Megan says: "We just opened our brewery August 20th and it???s amazing how fast it???s spreading. We have already shipped all over the US and we even did a radio show in London by conference call." Where: Houston, Texas, United States When: 17 Oct 2018 Credit: Good Boy Dog Beer/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Good Boy Dog Beer/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission**
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A couple who wanted to find healthy treats for their elderly canine ended up launching a range of dog beer. Megan and Steve Long, bars owners based in Houston, explain: "Our oldest rottweiler, Rocky, is very sensitive to foods and allergies so we started creating him his own treats and managing his diet better. It helped his allergy outbreaks significantly and we just seemed to progress from there eventually starting our own line of beer for dogs." The all-natural, non-alcoholic brew sees each can containing 12oz of different fresh ingredients carefully cooked down to make a refreshing and healthy treat for your best friend. The range includes chicken-based Mailman Malt Licker and vegetable-based Session Squirrel, although Megan says: "the Crotch Sniffin??? Ale won???t be available until mid November." The beverages are called beer "because we use a lot of the same equipment a brewery does. We just skip the fermentation process," Megan told USA Today. Megan says: "We just opened our brewery August 20th and it???s amazing how fast it???s spreading. We have already shipped all over the US and we even did a radio show in London by conference call." Where: Houston, Texas, United States When: 17 Oct 2018 Credit: Good Boy Dog Beer/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Good Boy Dog Beer/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission**
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A couple who wanted to find healthy treats for their elderly canine ended up launching a range of dog beer. Megan and Steve Long, bars owners based in Houston, explain: "Our oldest rottweiler, Rocky, is very sensitive to foods and allergies so we started creating him his own treats and managing his diet better. It helped his allergy outbreaks significantly and we just seemed to progress from there eventually starting our own line of beer for dogs." The all-natural, non-alcoholic brew sees each can containing 12oz of different fresh ingredients carefully cooked down to make a refreshing and healthy treat for your best friend. The range includes chicken-based Mailman Malt Licker and vegetable-based Session Squirrel, although Megan says: "the Crotch Sniffin??? Ale won???t be available until mid November." The beverages are called beer "because we use a lot of the same equipment a brewery does. We just skip the fermentation process," Megan told USA Today. Megan says: "We just opened our brewery August 20th and it???s amazing how fast it???s spreading. We have already shipped all over the US and we even did a radio show in London by conference call." Where: Houston, Texas, United States When: 17 Oct 2018 Credit: Good Boy Dog Beer/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Good Boy Dog Beer/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission**
=MANDATORY CREDIT: Good Boy Dog Beer/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission
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A couple who wanted to find healthy treats for their elderly canine ended up launching a range of dog beer. Megan and Steve Long, bars owners based in Houston, explain: "Our oldest rottweiler, Rocky, is very sensitive to foods and allergies so we started creating him his own treats and managing his diet better. It helped his allergy outbreaks significantly and we just seemed to progress from there eventually starting our own line of beer for dogs." The all-natural, non-alcoholic brew sees each can containing 12oz of different fresh ingredients carefully cooked down to make a refreshing and healthy treat for your best friend. The range includes chicken-based Mailman Malt Licker and vegetable-based Session Squirrel, although Megan says: "the Crotch Sniffin??? Ale won???t be available until mid November." The beverages are called beer "because we use a lot of the same equipment a brewery does. We just skip the fermentation process," Megan told USA Today. Megan says: "We just opened our brewery August 20th and it???s amazing how fast it???s spreading. We have already shipped all over the US and we even did a radio show in London by conference call." Where: Houston, Texas, United States When: 17 Oct 2018 Credit: Good Boy Dog Beer/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Good Boy Dog Beer/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission**
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A couple who wanted to find healthy treats for their elderly canine ended up launching a range of dog beer. Megan and Steve Long, bars owners based in Houston, explain: "Our oldest rottweiler, Rocky, is very sensitive to foods and allergies so we started creating him his own treats and managing his diet better. It helped his allergy outbreaks significantly and we just seemed to progress from there eventually starting our own line of beer for dogs." The all-natural, non-alcoholic brew sees each can containing 12oz of different fresh ingredients carefully cooked down to make a refreshing and healthy treat for your best friend. The range includes chicken-based Mailman Malt Licker and vegetable-based Session Squirrel, although Megan says: "the Crotch Sniffin??? Ale won???t be available until mid November." The beverages are called beer "because we use a lot of the same equipment a brewery does. We just skip the fermentation process," Megan told USA Today. Megan says: "We just opened our brewery August 20th and it???s amazing how fast it???s spreading. We have already shipped all over the US and we even did a radio show in London by conference call." Where: Houston, Texas, United States When: 17 Oct 2018 Credit: Good Boy Dog Beer/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Good Boy Dog Beer/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission**
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