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BrewDog Says It Will Not Ban Dogs From Its Dublin Pub Following Reports Of Biting Incident

By Dave Simpson

Scottish craft brewer BrewDog has said that dogs will not be banned from its Dublin pub following reports that a staff member was bitten by a Jack Russell.

A BrewDog spokesperson told The Business Post, "A very small incident happened between an off-duty staff member and another off-duty staff member's dog. Both parties knew the dog well and were familiar with each other, and no customers were involved in the incident."

Dog-Friendly

BrewDog is known for being dog-friendly. The company features dogs prominently in its marketing, supplies "dog-friendly beer" to dogs that accompany customers to its venues, gives its staff "paw-ternity leave" when they get a new dog and has 50 office dogs at is headquarters in Aberdeenshire.

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