Denver Dog-Friendly Brewery Pass


Our Summer Dog-Friendly Brewery Pass is SOLD-OUT, but our Dog-Friendly Indoor Brewery Pass—featuring breweries with dog-friendly taprooms—is on the way! To be notified when it’s available, subscribe to our newsletter.

Score $100 worth of beer fur just $15! Fur real—get yer paws on a pint fur less than $1 at 16 dog-obsessed CO breweries.

How does our Pass work? It couldn’t be simpler.

  1. Leash up your pup and head to a participating brewery, where you’ll receive one free beer.
  2. Revel in the warm fuzzies you’ll get from supporting Dumb Friends League.
  3. Tip like a motherpupper.

Scroll down fur full list of breweries (map) and FAQs, plus the scoop on our paw-mazing beneficiary, Dumb Friends League, our envelope stuffers at Ultimate Sustainability, and our sponsor, Invisible Fence.

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Slobbery kisses to our Pass Partner, Invisible Fence® Brand! When it comes to being confident that your pets are safe and secure, Invisible Fence solutions have helped 3+ million pet parents and their pets. Plus, they love giving back by donating funds to shelters and pet oxygen masks to first responders. Learn more at



This Pass benefits the Dumb Friends League. The League is the largest community-based animal org in the Rockies, and is committed to ending pet homelessness and animal suffering through rescue, rehabilitation, adoption, and education.





Special thanks to our envelope stuffers at Ultimate Sustainability, a first-of-its kind program that provides in-home and community support services to young adults (18+) with autism in Minnesota.




Click here to see a map!


Blue Tile Brewing, Denver. After you’re greeted by resident dogs Moose, Cali, and Boris, settle into the laidback atmosphere featuring water bowls and treats for the pups, and unique-yet-drinkable beers for us humans.

Dog-friendly inside, too.

N/A option available.

Boggy Draw Brewery, Sheridan. Sheridan’s first craft brewery boasts 16 beers on tap, made by a team of passionate brewmasters whose secret ingredient is “a dash of Colorado spirit.”

Dog-friendly inside, too.

Bruz Beers, Denver. Come for fun flavors like Double Dawg Dare IPA and Toasted Oat Stout, stay for special events ranging from happy hours and trivia nights to crawfish boils and boozy brunches.

Dog-friendly inside, too.

N/A option available.

Discovery Tap House, Wheat Ridge. This north Denver brewery gives the people what they want: 24 local beers and ciders on tap, plus a wine menu that pulls rosés, reds, and Rieslings from wineries around the state.

Dog-friendly inside, too.

N/A option available.

Factotum Brewhouse, Denver. What started as a penchant for homebrewing turned into a full-fledged craft operation for sibling owners who kick out flavors like Goofy Mutt Black Ale and Wild Parrot Lime Gose.

N/A option available.

Hogshead Brewery, Denver. Cask-conditioned ales are the speciality here, where the process of filling firkins with yeasty beer leads to sippers that are fresh and alive with flavor.


Joyride Brewing Company, Edgewater. Like its name suggests, everything about the taproom screams fun—from its punchy green paint and drafts like Black Razz Blonde, Antelope Amber Ale, and Ice Cutter Kolsch to its love for canine customers. Dog treats are always on tap, and your pooch can even bring a piece of Joyride home with its branded leashes, collars, water bowls, and chew toys.

Dog-friendly inside, too. (Dogs are not allowed on the rooftop patio).

N/A option available.

Living the Dream Brewery, Littleton. Great people, great beer, and great times is the motto of this 2014-established brewery. Combining Coloradans’ active, outdoor lifestyles with craft beer, flavors like Powder Run Vanilla Cream Ale and Rail Bender are transposed on skis above the bar.

Dog-friendly inside, too.

N/A option available.

Mockery Brewing, Denver. At Mockery Brewing, “the only thing they take seriously is beer.” That philosophy comes through in bold flavors—think: pomegranate and cucumber, lemon meringue, hibiscus and black tea—that put balance and quality at the forefront.

N/A option available.

Odyssey Beerwerks, Arvada. What started as a homebrewing hobby in the ’90s grew into a full-fledged business in 2013. Today, two- and four-legged customers are invited to pull up a chair for spunky sips like Palm Tree Caribbean-Style Lager and Psycho Penguin Vanilla Porter.

Dog-friendly inside, too.

Rails End Beer Company, Broomfield. While you kick back with a cold glass of Blood Orange Double IPA, your dog will be noshing on free treats and admiring the selection of Rails End collars and leashes. Snap some pics of his new duds for a chance to be featured on the brewery’s “Doggos of REBC” Instagram story.

Dog-friendly inside, too.

N/A option available.

River North Brewery, Denver (Washington St). Founded in 2012, River North prides itself on brewing Colorado’s #AdventureFuel. Expect classic IPA, pils, and Belgian profiles mixed with specialty releases like barrel-aged stouts.

Dog-friendly inside, too.

N/A option available.

SomePlace Else Brewery, Arvada. At Arvada’s only “brewcade,” grab a glass of Mango Milk Shake IPA, Rebel Raspberry Cream Ale, or Spock’s Brain IPA before challenging your friends to a round of Skeeball.

Dog-friendly inside, too.

Welcome Home Brewery, Parker. This new-to-the-scene brewery is already making a paws-itive impression on locals for its cozy atmosphere, rotating food truck schedule, tasty brews, and old-fashioned, self-serve popcorn machine.

Dog-friendly inside, too.

WestFax Brewing Company, Lakewood. The team at WestFax is on a mission to liberate beer with unique ingredient pairings that challenge the “sudsy status quo,” as they say. Fill your glass with the blueberry wheat Blootylicious, then unwind in the modern taproom that features local artwork, an outdoor patio, and big-screen TVs.

Dog-friendly inside, too.

N/A option available.

Zuni Street Brewing Company, Denver. German, Belgian, and American yeasts lay the foundation for the beers at this 2-year-old brewery. A rotating schedule of food trucks and events including live music, yoga, and arts and crafts round out the offerings.

N/A option available.



Can I bring my dog inside at these breweries or should we stick to the patio?

Rules vary by brewery. If dogs are welcome inside, we’ve noted it in each brewery’s description above — if not, keep yer paws on the patio, please. 

Are any beers or sizes excluded?

Each brewery will hook you up with one free beer. Breweries are permitted to exclude beers as they see fit, but our brewery pass partners are awesome — you’re gonna have a great experience.

Do I have to be a dog owner to buy a Sidewalk Dog Brewery Pass?

Nope! These can be purchased by anyone. (If you don’t have a dog, you gotta promise to pat one when you visit each brewery.)

When will my Pass expire?

You’ll have til October 31, 2019 to use your Pass. You can do it. We believe in you!

What if I don’t drink?

Many breweries will now accept the Brewery Pass for a non-alcoholic option (we’ve noted which ones in the descriptions above)! Breweries are permitted to exclude N/A options as they see fit. 

Still have questions?

We’re all ears! Email


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