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Craft BeerLocal in BuffaloDog-Friendly Patios Serving Buffalocal Beer

July 15, 2020by Buffalocal0
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Drinking on a patio is more fun with friends. If your favorite drinking companions happen to be furry and four-legged, finding dog-friendly patios to visit is a must. 

But just because a place has a patio doesn’t mean your pet can come. Before you bring your dog to any patio, you need to do a little research. 

Many breweries and craft beer bars in Buffalo are dog-friendly. We’ve made a list of Buffalo craft beer destinations that are currently open and welcoming pups on their patios this summer. So if you’re a Buffalo beer lover and dog owner, this is the list you need in your life. 

12 Gates Brewing 

80 Earhart Drive, Williamsville

42 North Brewing

25 Pine Street, East Aurora

Buffalo Cider Hall

155 Chandler St Suite 4, Buffalo

Community Beer Works

520 7th Street, Buffalo

Ellicottville Brewing

28 Monroe Street, Ellicottville 

Forty Thieves Kitchen & Bar

727 Elmwood Ave, Buffalo

Hamburg Brewing 

6553 Boston State Road, Hamburg

Local Kitchen & Beer Bar

88 W Chippewa Street, Buffalo

Resurgence Brewing

55 Chicago Street, Buffalo

Southern Tier Brewing

2072 Stoneman Circle, Lakewood

New York Beer Project

6933 S Transit Road, Lockport

West Shore Brewing

10995 Main Street, Clarence

dog friendly patios

Proper etiquette is super important whenever you visit a patio with your pup. If the patio you’re visiting is concrete or pavement, bring a towel or small blanket for your pup to lay on so he or she doesn’t overheat.

And of course, always bring a reliable leash. Some dog-friendly patios will provide water bowls, but others won’t. To be on the safe side, bring a dish and ask for an extra glass of water for your pup.

We are all about promoting beer in Buffalo and we work with bars and restaurants around the city and suburbs to keep Buffalocal brands on tap at all times. So if you’re looking for craft beer in Buffalo, visit any of the spots on this list and bring your pup along. 

P.S. We made this list and checked it twice. But rules can change, so we always recommend calling ahead to confirm. 

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