Take your doggos out & hang out with other dog lovers as we venture down Johnston Street and it’s back lane, visiting dog-friendly venues of Collingwood. Venues include a craft brewery, a dog cafe and a pub. Total walking distance 800 meters.
Meet in front of the Brewery 2.50 pm for introduction.
1st stop – The Mill Brewery. Collingwood’s local brewery with a chill vibe in an intimate warehouse. Enjoy a decent range of well-brewed beers, list of wines and cider on a tap with cheeky discounts exclusively for our group. We recommend to try the beers on taps; they’re passionately hand-crafted in Collingwood. Grab some grub from the food truck on-site and have a game of ping pong while we’re at the brewery! Selections of home made dog biscuits will also be provided exclusively for the doggos of puppy pub crawlers.
2nd stop – Dog House. The first dog cafe in Australia, this place has became popular with recent media publications and their solid reputation of serving delicious wholesome food & drinks for our furry friends. Your pooches will be served doggie beers. They get to pick either a Pawroni (chicken-flavoured) or Pawbone (beef-flavoured). If they’re hungry, you can purchase pupcakes at a special price of $5 for our group. The humans can enjoy soft drinks or coffees while we’re here.
3rd stop Lulie Tavern. A rustic garage pub with a relaxing atmosphere to mingle with other dog lovers and the doggos, Lulie Tavern has reserved us tables at their front courtyard. A special $8 pint or house wine are on offer exclusively for our group. Whilst having our drinks, Lulie will bring out selections of pizzas from the Italian cafe next door to share. Your tickets will include 3 slices of authentic mouth-watering pizzas, unless you buy non-pizza tickets. Chillax with similar-minded dog lovers while your pooches play with other pups.