You read that right. Heading out for beers and leaving your four-legged friend behind is rough. Dog, cat, or miscellaneous animal lovers: worry no longer.
Little Bang Brewing Company has partnered with the RSPCA for their inaugral Pets at the Pub event.
"We all like to socialise and meet with friends - so why can't our furry friends be included? Well now they can!" Little Bang says.
Held at the Brewery's Union Street address in Stepney, Pets at the Pub will kick off on June 26 from midday. The cellar-door beer-garden and brewery will feature its usual range of locally brewed beers, as well as catering on the day from Jack Ruby that'll be sure to have both you and your pet drooling.
The brewery will be donating a dollar from every beer sold to the RSPCA, proving there's definitely bark to the event's bite.
Worried about your pup getting too sassy at the bar? Don't. The RSPCA will have a number of staff and animal behaviourists present to act as bouncers and keep everybody happy, in case your pup's likely to get as rowdy as you are after a few drinks.
Home to a host of quirky craft-beers, Little Bang Brewing Company started life in 2013 when software developers Fil and Ryan began collecting beer-brewing equipment. Before long, the pair's hobby eventuated into a crowded brewery in Fil's shed.
In late 2015, after the demand of their unique micro-brews began to exceed their supply, Little Bang moved into a warehouse in Stepney, along with two new fermentors.
"We're still pretty small, but big enough to do it properly now," the pair's website reads.
The brewery's cellar-door facility is also home to a beer-garden equipped with a couple of golf holes, lawn bowls, and quoits "just in case you need a way to decide whose round it is next".
Where: Little Bang Brewing Company
8a Union Street, Stepney
When: June 26, 12-5pm
Why: Support a local brewery and the RSPCA, all while getting to spend time with your pet at the bar.
Header image via Little Bang Brewing Company
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