Dog lovers rejoice! This London pop-up bar had dogs serving the beer.
This past Friday, May 6, dog lovers in London, England's Soho neighborhood were treated to a one-of-a-kind bar experience. Part of a PR stunt for Kronenbourg 1664 beer, a temporary bar serviced by dogs opened for the night.
The bar's staff consisted of a team of expertly trained Alsatian dogs, a nod to Kronenbourg 1664's roots in Alasce, France.
But how exactly would this team fulfill their bartending requirements without the seemingly necessary opposable thumbs? Each pup wore a harness fitted with a miniature barrel on the front perfectly designed to deliver a cool bottle of Kronenbourg.
In addition to two bottles of complementary Kronenbourg beer, patrons were also given a plate of bread and cheese, though we're not sure if human or canine waitstaff served those.
It's no surprise that tickets to this one-night-only event sold out almost immediately, but for those lucky enough to get tickets it was certainly a night to remember. We hope the success of this pop-up shows the world that we're ready for more dog-run establishments.
All images via Evening Standard.