Seattle Brewery Pup Passport Launching July 1st, 2022

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Pup Passport helps dog owners find breweries that allow dogs. The appropriately named “Pup Passport” features only dog-friendly breweries and is coming to Seattle on Friday, July 1st, after opening in Portland Oregon in July of 2021. Pup Passport members enjoy exclusive discounts at each brewery they visit. Most breweries are offering 50% off your first pint for showing your passport.

This Seattle brewery passport isn’t just for dog owners. “We often get asked if cats are allowed. The answer is yes. One brewery told us you can bring your duck or alligator if you want, as long as they are well behaved,” said co-founder Steve Guarino. The Seattle passport is launching with about 15 breweries this year, with more expected to join once the news breaks. Participating Seattle breweries include Great Notion, Locust Cider, Seattle Cider Company, Bad Jimmy’s, Bainbridge, PostDoc, and more!

Couple Steve Guarino and Cambrie Burns created Pup Passport after adopting their 5-month-old pup, Riley, during the pandemic. The couple frequented the Portland brewery scene and wanted to know where they could take Riley. They quickly learned that most brewery websites don’t mention if they are dog friendly so they often had to call ahead to find out. Pup Passport takes out the guesswork. “Why not make it so everyone can use it, and maybe get the breweries on board to offer discounts too?” The couple is excited to get married on July 15th of this year, with Riley set to be the ring bearer.

In Oregon, Pup Passport recently partnered with Oregon Humane Society and Threshold Brewing to bring Portlanders a delicious summer beer collab: Good Dog Guava. Good Dog Guava is a passion fruit and guava brew that’s perfect for the summer and can be picked up at bottle shops around Portland including Threshold Brewing’s taproom in the Montavilla neighborhood of Portland. The can artwork features Pup Passport’s dog Riley, along with Threshold’s pup Hazel with the Portland cityscape and sunset in the background. 5% of beer sales are being donated to help furry friends at OHS. The beer was served at Oregon Humane Society’s Doggie Dash event in May.


Grab a pint with your pup in Seattle this summer with Pup Passport!