All Bark, No Bite

slobbereg6 All Bark, No Bite

From our office nearby Union Square, The Real Estate has often reported on neighborhood wine stores, bike protests, and falafel joints.

Anyway, tomorrow at 10 A.M., the Heartland Brewery in Union Square will be kicking off an ASPCA fundraiser by giving out Slobber Lager–a non-alcoholic beer for dogs.

And for anyone who thinks dogs can live only on Slobber Lager alone, the press release clears things up.

Rescued pooches will have the opportunity to taste a specially-formulated brew treat–not a
replacement for water–outside the popular pub.

That goes for all the NYU kids, too. Beer is not a replacement for water!

Michael Calderone

Photo taken from A Welsh View, a blog that covers dog beer closer than us.

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