Brewmaster's Invitational Beer Festival

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4 Reasons to Bring Your Pet to Brewmaster’s Invitational

No, you can’t share your beer with your dog, no matter how bad you want to. But you can bring your pet to Brewmaster’s Invitational Beer Festival. In fact, we encourage it. Here are some reasons to bring your pet to Brewmaster’s Invitational.

They’re Lonely Without You

“You’re going where??”

Opening the door to head off to work or to a night out with friends can be tough when your furry friend has to be left behind. It’s a mystery what they do when that door closes. We can only assume that they just wait for us to get back. At Brewmaster’s Invitational, you don’t have to shut the door on them. Leash them up and bring them with you!

Pets Are Conversation Starters

People are prone to stopping and admiring a dog, which naturally pivots into a conversation with the dog’s owner. Introducing yourself to someone in a bar with a beer in your hand is just as effortless. Brewmaster’s Invitational will make it easy by mixing the two. Loving dogs AND beer is an undoubtedly solid foundation for new friendships.

You Can’t Find Someone To Come With You

We get it– people are busy. It is hard to wrangle in a group of friends to go to dinner let alone go to a festival. But, what if we said you didn’t need to bring a human friend? Just bring your pet. Paired with the benefits of the above, your dog will do whatever you want to do. You can go to whatever tent you want, and your dog will follow.

Sunshine & Scents

Dogs have up to 300 million scent receptors in their noses, compared to the nearly six million in ours. The part of a dog’s brain that is devoted to smells is, proportionally speaking, 40 times greater than ours. At Brewmaster’s Invitational, the people, other pets, and the fabulous fresh food from the food trucks will have your dog’s noses set on overtime.

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P.S.: If you’re brave enough to wrestle your cat into a leash, we’d love to see it. We can’t promise they will be too happy with you, though.