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(The Times of India)   New beer designed for dogs has meat broth, malt barley and contains no alcohol. Or, as beer drinkers call it, "New Coors Light"   (timesofindia.indiatimes.com) divider line 83
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2012-06-20 10:36:22 AM
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2012-06-20 12:22:42 PM
Hosehead disapproves.
 
2012-06-20 01:36:40 PM
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moo
 
2012-06-20 01:36:40 PM
Its hard to think of a better way to waste my money
 
2012-06-20 01:39:10 PM
Because dogs don't fart enough? I guess?
 
2012-06-20 01:40:15 PM
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Yup - it feels like a silver bullet coming out!
Must be Coors!
 
2012-06-20 01:44:42 PM
Would still rather have steak.
 
2012-06-20 01:46:04 PM
Obviously not Coors Light because meat broth would actually be flavor.
 
2012-06-20 01:46:53 PM
Is this going to replace peanut butter for lonely dog-owning housewives?
 
2012-06-20 01:47:08 PM
Hmm I don't think any of those ingredients would taste like horse piss.
 
2012-06-20 01:47:31 PM

Skyred: Its hard to think of a better way to waste my money


How about ice cream snacks for your dog?
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2012-06-20 01:50:28 PM

robbiex0r: Skyred: Its hard to think of a better way to waste my money

How about ice cream snacks for your dog?
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2012-06-20 01:50:57 PM
Now you can fight with the dog over the last beer.
 
2012-06-20 01:53:49 PM

bsharitt: Obviously not Coors Light because meat broth would actually be flavor.


Came to say this... leaving satisfied like after an ice cold Bell's Oberon.
 
2012-06-20 01:54:52 PM
Beer sucks. Drink vodka.
 
2012-06-20 01:56:02 PM
My friends and I are, for the most part, beer snobs. For my son's birthday I asked my wife to get beer for the adults and, since a bunch of people who weren't beer snobs are coming, I told her to just get "regular beer" for them. In my mind, "regular beer" is, at a minimum, Fat Tire, Shiner, or (at the bare minimum) Rolling Rock.

She bought Keystone Light.
 
2012-06-20 02:01:39 PM
You're all missing the true use of this beer.

To pull one out of the fridge to hand to your unsuspecting friend once he's tipsy enough to not look at the label.

/Then your dog can have it
 
2012-06-20 02:03:01 PM
This is a gateway drug. Pretty soon your dog will think it's cool to steal your real beer and drink it out by the quarry with his no-good friends.
 
2012-06-20 02:03:22 PM
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2012-06-20 02:03:53 PM

Lord Dimwit: My friends and I are, for the most part, beer snobs. For my son's birthday I asked my wife to get beer for the adults and, since a bunch of people who weren't beer snobs are coming, I told her to just get "regular beer" for them. In my mind, "regular beer" is, at a minimum, Fat Tire, Shiner, or (at the bare minimum) Rolling Rock.

She bought Keystone Light.


Still better than no beer.
 
2012-06-20 02:03:59 PM
My dog has an affinity for aged single malts, neat.
 
2012-06-20 02:04:04 PM
So . . . would that make it Curs Light?
 
2012-06-20 02:04:20 PM
Here Weego!
 
2012-06-20 02:05:17 PM
Coors light and sauerkraut make for an excellent combination for soaking brats. So maybe the doggy brew will even make brats taste yummier?
 
2012-06-20 02:06:36 PM

AllUpInYa: Lord Dimwit: My friends and I are, for the most part, beer snobs. For my son's birthday I asked my wife to get beer for the adults and, since a bunch of people who weren't beer snobs are coming, I told her to just get "regular beer" for them. In my mind, "regular beer" is, at a minimum, Fat Tire, Shiner, or (at the bare minimum) Rolling Rock.

She bought Keystone Light.

Still better than no beer.


I'm not sure about that...
 
2012-06-20 02:08:13 PM

fatalvenom: Beer sucks. Drink vodka.


You can do a lot with vodka as well with different infused flavors.
 
2012-06-20 02:09:12 PM
If a beer is left on the floor my dog will knock it over and drink it.
 
2012-06-20 02:11:57 PM

hstein3: So . . . would that make it Curs Light?


You magnificent bastard. I came here to make the same joke.

/Wanders off sobbing quietly
 
2012-06-20 02:19:25 PM
That's not beer, that's...like...soup or something.

Get your dog a can of beef & barley soup instead of wasting $10 a pop (I'm betting) on this crap.
 
2012-06-20 02:24:34 PM

fatalvenom: Beer sucks. Drink vodka.


Belay that
 
2012-06-20 02:29:52 PM

monoski: If a beer is left on the floor my dog will knock it over and drink it.


What a dog who gets its paws on a beer that is left on the floor and knocks it over and drinks it might look like.

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2012-06-20 02:38:41 PM

Im_Gumby: bsharitt: Obviously not Coors Light because meat broth would actually be flavor.

Came to say this... leaving satisfied like after an ice cold Bell's Oberon.


Bell's changed the recipe of Oberon, and ruined it!
 
2012-06-20 02:41:39 PM
What the hell is "malt barley"?

malted, I think they mean.
 
2012-06-20 02:41:54 PM

monoski: If a beer is left on the floor my dog will knock it over and drink it.


Yeah a friend of mine's dog would do that as well, and very aggressively too. After that dog figured out that he liked the liquid that came out of those bottles, he would just wait for someone to slip up. Next thing you know your beer is knocked over and he's lapping it up.
 
2012-06-20 02:48:53 PM
The first time I heard about Coors lite I laughed and laughed and laughed.
 
2012-06-20 02:49:21 PM
What you describe has way too much flavor to ever be confused with Coors Light.
 
2012-06-20 02:50:44 PM

Tosches: Yeah a friend of mine's dog would do that as well, and very aggressively too. After that dog figured out that he liked the liquid that came out of those bottles, he would just wait for someone to slip up. Next thing you know your beer is knocked over and he's lapping it up.


I love dogs and believe that they are man's best friend. But if a dog knocked over my beer and starting drinking it, it's on Rover!

\Is NightOwl gonna have to choke a biatch?
 
2012-06-20 02:55:14 PM
Now they need to make cat vodka, so my cats will stop stealing my drinks.

/seriously, I caught one of them drinking my screwdriver the other day
 
2012-06-20 02:55:58 PM

Lord Dimwit: My friends and I are, for the most part, beer snobs. For my son's birthday I asked my wife to get beer for the adults and, since a bunch of people who weren't beer snobs are coming, I told her to just get "regular beer" for them. In my mind, "regular beer" is, at a minimum, Fat Tire, Shiner, or (at the bare minimum) Rolling Rock.

She bought Keystone Light.


How's the divorce going?
 
2012-06-20 02:56:13 PM
My dog gets whatevers cheap at Stater Bros, whatever the family can't finish at the table, and the best beer brewed in California. She will drink most beer unless its in the 9-10% ABV range when you can start to taste the alcohol in the beer. Though she will drink Old Guardian which is over 12%, but that stuff is just delicious.

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Her mom was a big drinker years back when I drank Mickeys almost exclusively, I had a paper plate at the foot of the bed I'd keep wet. She always knew when football was on too, every Sunday morning she would drink a little more than usual with me, and we'd usually nap out in the afternoon. She stopped drinking pretty much when I started to buy bitter beer; she probably hasnt had a drink in 4 years.

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/Other one doesnt drink
 
2012-06-20 02:57:19 PM
Because cereal grains are really good for dogs.
 
2012-06-20 02:57:41 PM
Finally The world's two biggest groups of douchebags -- beer snobs and dog owners -- are brought together to form a super-douche.

Rex thinks it's a little too hoppy for his taste, but it's better than that horse piss human beer!
 
2012-06-20 02:58:14 PM

NightOwl2255: Is NightOwl gonna have to choke a biatch?


You won't have to. Hops are toxic to dogs, causing hyperthermia, and can be fatal. So really, it's just a waiting game.

Please don't give beer to dogs.
 
2012-06-20 03:02:08 PM

dv-ous: Lord Dimwit: My friends and I are, for the most part, beer snobs. For my son's birthday I asked my wife to get beer for the adults and, since a bunch of people who weren't beer snobs are coming, I told her to just get "regular beer" for them. In my mind, "regular beer" is, at a minimum, Fat Tire, Shiner, or (at the bare minimum) Rolling Rock.

She bought Keystone Light.

How's the divorce going?


Heh. She likes to buy me artisan cheeses and fancy beers as surprises, which I love. She doesn't know anything about beer or cheese, though, so she sometimes misses the mark. One time, she was excited because she had found a beer she'd never heard of and that was "union made" - said so right on the package - and she knows I'm both pro-labor and a fan of obscure beers.

It was Olde English 800.
 
2012-06-20 03:03:40 PM
A beverage that does not contain alcohol, cannot be called beer. Beer contains four ingredients at the very least: water, malted barley, hops (or other bittering agent), yeast. There are many ways to skin the cat but a non-optional step is letting the yeast ferment the wort, which turns it into the thing called beer. The yeast convert the sugars in the wort into alcohol and C02.

/PSA
//Yeah, I know everybody knows but I like beer
///My dog likes dark beers the best
 
2012-06-20 03:04:26 PM

DirkTheDaring: NightOwl2255: Is NightOwl gonna have to choke a biatch?

You won't have to. Hops are toxic to dogs, causing hyperthermia, and can be fatal. So really, it's just a waiting game.

Please don't give beer to dogs.



Im sure if a dog drinks a whole bunch. My dog has drank tons of hoppy beers over the years, not enough to get her drunk or anything, but she definitely likes the hops. Probably like a chocolate thing.

/Of course, my dog weighs 3 pounds and probably drinks a measuring cups worth of beer if that
 
2012-06-20 03:04:40 PM

Zeromyhero: Finally The world's two biggest groups of douchebags -- beer snobs and dog owners -- are brought together to form a super-douche.


People who like good beer are not necessarily beer snobs. People who look down on people who drink bad beer are beer snobs.

A Beer Connoisseur/Enthusiast/Geek cares about the beer that they drink, a Beer Snob/Jerk/Dick cares about the beer that you drink.
 
2012-06-20 03:15:05 PM

Zeromyhero: Finally The world's two biggest groups of douchebags -- beer snobs and dog owners -- are brought together to form a super-douche.


And both are easily overtaken by the douchiest of all; the self-righteous dog-hating trolling fark commenters. O_o
 
2012-06-20 03:18:06 PM
Also, Dirk, an old buddy had an Akita that lived until it was 15 and probably one of the happiest dogs that ever existed, drank beer with some frequency. Taken out by a tumor on it's leg in the end. Looking into hops toxicity, it appears to be relegated to a small amount of breeds like Greyhounds, and to actually eating the solid hop flowers used in brewing. Not whatever residual hop that's lingering in the beer.
 
2012-06-20 03:27:27 PM
This isn't a new idea. I saw a beer for dogs infomercial on an episode of Tru TV's "World's Dumbest..." not that long ago. It was one of the ones that featured inventions. I guess more than one person has had this stupid idea.
 
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