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Spent Grain Dog Treats

I am always looking for ways that my dog can enjoy some of the aspects of beer that  I love, both hops and beer are out because they are extremely dangerous to dogs, so usually I turn to spent grain. Whenever I homebrew I always save the grains in order to make my dog the perfect treats. He is obsessed with these spent grain treats, and if you brew and have a dog, I highly suggest you make these for…

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Spent Grain Dog Treats: Pumpkin Ice Cream

  Spent Grain Pumpkin Ice Cream Treats Ingredients: 1/3 Cup Spent Grain (find out tips on how to store your spent grain below) 1 Package Plain Yogurt 1/2 Cup Pumpkin Puree Instructions: Combine all  ingredients and mix until fully combined. Pour into mold (I used an ice cube tray. Freeze for at least four hours. These are the perfect snack for those sunny days. So grab yourself a  beer and let your pooch enjoy one of these ice cream treats. Storing…

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Spent Grain Dog Ice Cream

When the weather gets warm I always look for new ways to help cool the dog off. This time I figured why not a spent grain frozen treat for the pup. So behold, Spent Grain Strawberry Banana Ice Cream. It’s simple to make and can be in your freezer within minutes. The best part is one batch makes a bunch, that way your pooch can stay cool throughout the summer. (I know they are meant for dogs, but they smell…

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Spent Grain Dog Cake

I’ll admit, I am a dog owner the loves to celebrate my pup’s birthday. That is why when my pup, Carter the Craft Beer Dog, turned 10 this year, I knew that I had to bake him a spent the grain cake. The problem was I had trouble finding a dog friendly recipe that included spent grain. So I am sharing with you guys this Spent Grain Dog Cake recipe, that was the hit of Carters doggie friends in the…

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Spent Grain Dog Pretzels

One of my favorite parts of visiting many breweries or pubs, is the free pretzels that usually accompany the beer.  I am always looking for ways to incorporate my dog into anything that I do, and this case is no different, I thought, why not make a spent grain pretzel made for a pup. It’s one of the few ways that my pup can enjoy the benefits of beer, and it’s a great way to use up some of the…

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