Portland, Oregon Jun 6, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Portland Oregon is notoriously dog-friendly. But where can you actually bring your dog to sit down and grab a pint? Portland’s Pup Passport is here to help. Founded in July of 2021, Pup Passport is your new guide to discovering dog-friendly breweries around Portland and the surrounding areas. Pup Passport members also enjoy exclusive discounts at each brewery they visit.
A couple of Stephen Guarino and Cambrie burns came up with the idea after adopting their 5-month-old pup, Riley. The couple frequent the Portland pub scene and wanted to know where they could take Riley. They quickly learned that most websites don’t mention if you can bring your dog, and they often had to call ahead to find out. After making a list, they thought others might benefit from it too, and thought it would be fun if the breweries would get on board and offer discounts too. The couple is excited to get married in July of this year, with Riley being the ring bearer.
If you have a dog and enjoy an occasional pint then you might want to check this out. Pup Passport is anticipated to be one of the hottest dog-friendly activities of 2022. Not only is it a perfect date night activity, but it’s also a great way to meet other dog owners, and helps you plan your other summer activities.
Pup Passport recently partnered with Oregon Humane Society and Threshold Brewing to bring you a delicious summer beer collab: Good Dog Guava. Good Dog Guava is a passion fruit and guava brew that’s perfect for the summer and can be picked up at bottle shops around Portland including Threshold Brewing’s taproom in the Montavilla neighborhood of Portland. The can features Pup Passport’s Riley, and Threshold’s pup, Hazel, in front of the Portland sunset and cityscape. 5% of the beer sales go toward benefiting furry friends at OHS.
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