Beer for Dogs: Next Stop, Doggie AA

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Completing the circle of anthropomorphization is Dutch pet shop owner Terrie Berenden, creator of this tasty non-alcoholic beer for dogs. The brew is called Kwispelbier, a Dutch word having something to do with a dog's wagging tail. Like most products that take advantage of a pet owner's undying love for his companion, it's not cheap—at $2.14 a bottle, it costs four times as much as a Heineken.

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How do you get that dawg to drink it? It's spiked with beef extract, making it look like a dark spot of Guinness but taste like a porterhouse. Just don't make us drink it. Here's one more doggie-drinking-beer shot:

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Doesn't this mutt look like he's enjoying this swill? Hmm. Beer for dogs. I say, make it alcoholic. Hey, dogs are people, too.

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DISCUSSION

Improbable
Improbable

What do you mean, "how do you get the dog to drink it?"

I don't know about you, but my dog loves regular beer. We'll just stick with that.