Whether you are a craft beer expert or just a social taster, it is only fair that your best friend get to enjoy the unique environment of a craft brewery with you. Virginia.org recently published a list of dog-friendly Virginia craft breweries, with Yelp reviews, a few of which are right in our back yard!
Starr Hill, Crozet — “Great beer, easygoing vibe in the tap room, and they allow dogs! Love this place.” – Patti T.
Three Notch’d, Charlottesville and Harrisonburg — “… you can bring your well-behaved dogs inside to the taproom too!” – Christine M.
Hardywood, Richmond — ” … a couple food trucks and some picnic tables for people to enjoy their food. Dogs and kids running around enjoying the space.” – Abbie A.
Wild Wolf, Nellysford — “We sat out on the patio as we had our dog with us. This is a very dog friendly establishment that allows you to drink and eat outside with your dog.” – Maura G.
Parkway Brewing, Salem — “Dog friendly to the max!” – Caitlin J.
Blue Mountain, Afton — “During the summer you can sit outside on one of the picnic tables, play games, bring your dog, and shoot the breeze.” – Jessica H.
Triple Crossing, Richmond — “This place is fantastic! Great beer, casual atmosphere and dog friendly.” – Lemonjello J.
Smartmouth, Norfolk — “I often bring my dog along with me and enjoy my drink on the patio with her.” – Sarah N.
Lickinghole Creek, Goochland — “This is the only brewery that I’ve brought my kids to … lots of people bring their families and dogs …” – Katie B.
Back Bay, Virginia Beach — “They had me with the beer, but the dog friendly environment and live music kept me around!” – Sal H.
Belly Love, Purcellville — “Outdoor seating and dogs welcome, our golden doodle Enzo is a huge fan.” — Tyler A.
Ardent, Richmond — “We pulled up on Sunday Afternoon and I was pleasantly surprised to see an awesome biergarten, which BTW is dog friendly.” – Tara S.
Crooked Run, Leesburg — “… friendly staff and homey feel plus they are dog friendly! There is even brewery dog on premises you (and your pup) can play with.” – Joanna M.
Young Veterans, Virginia Beach — “Dogs are also welcome here and since they do not serve food, they encourage you to bring or order your own!” – Jesse P.
Brass Cannon, Williamsburg — “Beer was good. Tasting room was dog friendly.” – Christine L.
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