We love Dogs. We love Dog Wellness.

We also loved brewing our own beer and we were looking for a way to reuse our spent brewing grains. We started repurposing it by baking it into spent grain dog treats. We gave these to our dogs (Biscuit and Roscoe) and started handing them out in gift bags to our family and friends. The treats were a hit, and we were blown away by the overwhelmingly positive response from both dogs and owners—thus, in early 2010, Doggie Beer Bones was born.


Before long, we were collaborating with some of our favorite craft breweries by using spent mash from the breweries as an ingredient in our crunchy dog treats. Since then, we have grown to create uniquely branded dog treats for several different breweries.


Then we added CBD-infused dog treats and CBD-infused peanut butter to our product menus to treat our four-footed friends with anxiety and joint issues.


dog treats, biscuit and roscoe


Our Commitment to Sustainability


It’s a fact: excellent ingredients make excellent dog treats. Our treats are tested for quality after being baked in a commercial-grade kitchen so you know you’re getting the best in every bag of Doggie Beer Bones! We only use natural preservatives standard to the pet food industry like Mixed Tocopherols and Rosemary Extract. These ingredients aid in a longer shelf life and keep our treats at peak freshness!


Our Commitment to Quality


  • Natural Ingredients – We use only natural preservatives, such as mixed tocopherols and rosemary extract, to extend shelf life. We’re picky when it comes to the spent grain we use. We always ensure there is no wheat


  • Product Testing – We trust independent third-party test labs and adhere to the guidelines set out by AAFCO Pet Food Nutritional Analysis to ensure the best for your pet!


  • Sustainable Packaging – As far as possible, we use recyclable mailers to ship our treats to customers. We also repurpose product containers, like the bins that we get our peanut butter in, which we turn into spent grain buckets. We reuse those bins when freezing fresh spent grain for future batches.