You Can Still Get Beer From These Dog-Friendly Chicago Breweries During the Pandemic

Finally, a beer crawl that doesn’t require you to dress like an elf, wear a onesie, or put on real pants. Grab some cold ones from our favorite dog-friendly Chicago breweries and puppare to Drink Around the ‘Partment while supporting the establishments that’ve always had your fren’s back.

We recommend ordering from the brewery directly whenever possible (so that the business itself gets to keep the maximum amount of bones) and grabbing gift cards now for spots you know you’ll hit up once we can go outside again.

Midwest Coast Brewing (frequent host of LOADS of rescue fundraisers) just got broken into (what the actual pup) and needs our support more than ever. The brewery’s launching growlers and 20 percent of all beer and merch sales is goin’ directly to staff. 

ERIS Brewery and Ciderhouse’ll bring liquid hope directly to your car. You can order online or call ahead. And while you’re at it, grab a gift card!

Hopewell Brewing’s delicious beer can be fetched curbside or delivered. Contact the brewery directly or order online (cause we could all use a Lil Buddy right about now).

Empirical is offering delivery and curbside or taproom pickup Tuesday-Sunday (cash only, please). Tips’ll be generously split between staff, and you can always grab a gift card for later, too.

Pilot Project is open for takeout from 1-7 p.m. on weekdays and 12-6 p.m. on weekends. We just can’t wait to be back on that patio with all those good boys and girls!

Dovetail Brewery is offering delivery within a one-mile radius, online pickup, or walk-in orders. Curbside pickup is available too.

Lo Rez is open 3-6 p.m. on weekdays and 12-3 p.m. on weekends for to-go orders. Grab a growler of the new and exclusive B.A. Quad Core–did we mention it’s one of the most beautiful growlers in all the land?

Craving some noms, too? Check out the dog-friendly restaurants keeping Chicago fed during COVID-19.

Want more ideas for dog-friendly fun during the pandemic? Here are 20 things to do with your pup indoors.

Know another dog-friendly brewery to add to this list? Woof at us in the comments.

(Photo by @midwestcoastbrewing)

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