Breweries in PA recently posted a list of dog-friendly breweries across the state. We wanted to share with you the Cumberland Valley Beer Trail locations that were on the list. While your furry friends are welcome please note that these locations ONLY allow dogs outside (with the exception of service dogs). Please always make sure your dog is leashed and well behaved! Click here to see the statewide list from Breweries in PA, hop in the car, and take a road trip because your pup deserves to join along in the summertime fun.
Appalachian Brewing Company Mechanicsburg
Dogs are allowed in the outdoor areas.
Big Bottom Brewery
Big Hill Ciderworks
Well-behaved dogs on a leash are welcome in the spacious outdoor area (pictured). Guests are asked to clean up after their pets.
Desperate Times Brewery
Dogs are welcome in the outdoor Biergarten; water bowls and dog bones are available.
Ever Grain Brewing Company
Dog-friendly outdoor courtyard. (Lulu is pictured with her namesake Lulu Hibiscus Saison.)
Hemauer Brewing Co.
Dogs are allowed in the courtyard.
Molly Pitcher Brewing Co
Dogs are allowed in the sidewalk seating area.
The Winery at The Long Shot Farm
Leashed dogs are welcome to enjoy the outside seating area by the vineyard and the pond.
Wolf Brewing Co.
The outdoor fenced-in lawn is dog-friendly (pictured). From there, guests can hang out at our picnic tables or fire pits and order food and drinks from our outdoor service window. Guests who bring a dog can enter the fenced-in lawn using the gate located in the back left corner of the property. From there, guests can spend time together at picnic tables or fire pits and order food and drinks from our outdoor service window. A dog waste bag dispenser and trash bin are located in the corner of the fenced-in lawn and staff will even bring your pup a water bowl and a treat! Dogs must remain on a leash at all times. They are not allowed inside or on the covered patio (except for service dogs).
Well-behaved dogs are allowed on the outdoor patio. Please bring your furry friends in through the courtyard entrance on James Street.