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Your dog could get paid $20,000 to taste beer

After launching a non-alcoholic dog brew last year, Busch now need a tasting chief to make sure it's up to scratch!

3w ago

This is not a drill.

Busch are in desperate need of a chief tasting officer for their Dog Brew, and we must admit, it's a pretty generous salary. After launching their Dog Brew last August, which sold out after the initial release, Busch are looking to hire someone's pooch pal to taste their new flavours... and are willing to pay them $20,000.

These days, a good salary isn't enough, you need the full package. Gym membership? Bike to work scheme? Busch know how competitive the job market is at the moment, and are also offering their chief tasting officer pet insurance and a complimentary brew. That's the stuff!

The original dog brew, made from bone broth, pork butt, corn, celery, basil, mint, turmeric, and ginger, is sold in a four pack of 12 ounce cans, and sold out pretty quick when it was launched last August.

Think your dog is up to the task? Apparently the way to apply is to post videos or photos of your dogs on social media and hashtag #BuschCTOcontest, including a caption that includes the word 'entry'.

The content closes on April 28 and will be judged by a panel of pooch professionals, basing their critiques on personality, originality, relevance and creativity. It's a dog eat dog world.

Get your dog down to the nearest pooch salon and start snapping those angles!

Would you buy Busch Beer's Dog Brew for your pooch?

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Comments (2)

  • My parents had a fox terrier with a taste for beer - my Dad always had to watch out because the pup always preferred anything Dad had, but especially liked his beer. Fox terriers are great jumpers, and nothing was safe, even on tables! :) Unfortunately, that was 50 years ago, so no doggy beer for him.

      21 days ago
  • My Old English Mastiff loved to drink Smiernof ice and the occasional beer. He has been gone for almost ten years now.

      21 days ago