Hazy Pup IPA from Golden Road Brewing is celebrating the dog days of summer
August 26 is National Dog Day and we can’t wait to celebrate all things pup related. And it seems that we are not alone, as Golden Road Brewing is doing their part to help.
Not only did the brewery release a beer that celebrates the dog – Hazy Pup IPA – but they are also taking things one step further and offering a delivery service run by dogs! Okay, maybe it isn’t exactly run by dogs, but adorable rescue pups will be delivering your Hazy Pup IPA if you live in certain parts of Los Angeles.
According to Delish, Golden Road Brewing is teaming up with Wags and Walks, a dog rescue in the Los Angeles area, to bring beer to your door. All of the dogs taking part in this beer delivery service are available for adoption, and by bringing you your Hazy Pup IPA, they hope to find their forever homes.
Golden Road Brewing teams up with Wags and Walks
Want to know more about this epic team up and delivery service? Well it seems that if you place an order for Hazy Pup IPA delivery from Aug. 27 until Aug. 29, you not only get your beer delivered to your door, but you can also get some doggy playtime as well. Seems like a win-win to us!
For $50, you get two six-packs of Golden Road Brewing’s new Hazy Pup IPA, as well as some goodies such as koozies and stickers, and 20 minutes of doggy playtime with two or three puppies or dogs. And yes, all of the proceeds from that $50 sale are going back to Wags and Walks.
If you are in the Los Angeles area and you are interested in taking part in this epic celebration of National Dog Day with Golden Road Brewing and Wags and Walks, then you can book your delivery here. And yes, we are pretty excited about this event, even as we wish we were in L.A. to spend 20 minutes playing with puppies and drinking Hazy Pup IPA.
This sounds like an epic event and the perfect way to end summer. Of course, the fact that they are bringing beer and dogs together is nothing new, but this is certainly the kind of event we want to see more of.
What do you think of this partnership? If you’re in L.A., will you place an order for the Hazy Pup IPA and doggy delivery service? If you’re not in L.A., would you want to see something like this near you? Tell us what you think in the comments below.