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Busch Beer Wants to Pay Your Dog $20,000 To Taste Its Dog Brew

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Busch Dog Brew Chief Tasting Officer

For those thinking their dog needs to pull his weight, Busch Beer is willing to pay your pup $20,000 for its new position, Chief Tasting Officer, or CTO.

The St, Louis, Missouri-based company is seeking a “canine-didate” to be part of the expansion of Busch Dog Brew, a pup-friendly brew made from bone broth.

Related: A Pair of ‘Brew Dogs’ Help Deliver Beer During Pandemic

To find the perfect dog to fill the role, the team created a recruitment video with the Busch Guy so prospective applicants have a clear understanding of the position.

While comic in nature, the company wants dogs to understand the role is very serious. “In order to get the job, your pup needs to possess a refined palate, an outstanding sense of smell, and must be a ‘very good’ boy or girl,” the company states.  

This new role follows last year’s launch of Busch Dog Brew, which sold out in one day. Because of the positive response, the company decided to expand its senior team and needed a tasting office.

Related: Dog Delivers Wine to Customers to Help With Social Distancing During the Coronavirus

Responsibilities include overseeing the company’s flavor portfolio, being an ambassador, and of course tasting the Dog Brew to ensure it is up to fluff. Perks include a yearly salary of $20,000 bones, health insurance (aka pet insurance) and product, of course.

To apply, submit a pic of your dog on social media (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) along with sharing why he or she would make the perfect Chief Tasting Officer. Use hashtag #BuschCTOcontest. You can also find out more by heading to the Busch Beer website. You have until April 28th to enter.

Related: Busch Gives Away 3 Months’ Worth of Beer for Those Who Foster or Adopt a Dog

By Andrea Huspeni

Andrea Huspeni is the founder and CEO of This Dog's Life. Her mission it to help dogs live a happier, healthier and longer life. When she isn't working, she spends time with her two dogs, Lola and Milo. She resides in Brooklyn, NY.

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