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Dog-Friendly Places to Drink in Maryland

Dog-Friendly Places to Drink in Maryland

With its picturesque landscapes and fantastic craft beverage scene, Maryland is not just for humans to explore—it’s also a paradise for their four-legged companions. Maryland offers dozens of dog-friendly options where you can enjoy your favorite beverages alongside your furry friend. From breweries nestled in charming towns to vineyards overlooking rolling hills, here are just a few dog-friendly places to drink in Maryland.

Linganore Winecellars—Mount Airy, MD

Stunning vineyards nestled in the countryside, a welcoming tasting room, and a calendar full of festivals, vineyard tours, and special events make Linganore Winecellars a must-visit destination. Specializing in both traditional and innovative varietals, the winery offers something for every palate, from crisp whites to full-bodied reds and sweet fruit wines.

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Dog lovers will appreciate the venue’s dog park and their weekly “Dog Days” event. 

Big Truck Farm Brewery—Parkton, MD

Big Truck Farm Brewery’s commitment to craftsmanship, community, and sustainability makes it a beloved destination for beer enthusiasts and locals.  Beyond its exceptional beer (often showcasing seasonal specialties), Big Truck Farm Brewery offers a welcoming and family-friendly atmosphere.

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The rustic taproom is for humans only, but there’s plenty of space outside for guests and their dogs. Stay to take in a sunset if you can!

Pub Dog Brewing Company—Westminster, MD

Known for its innovative brews, phenomenal pizza, and friendly staff, Pub Dog Brewing Company is a beloved local hotspot. The brewery’s commitment to quality ingredients and creative recipes shines through in every pint and slice. Check out their “mixed breeds”—the “Goldendoodle” is a mix of Pineapple Ale and Unleashed IPA. Don’t love beer? Pub Dog also brews seltzers and hard ciders, and they offer wine, spirits, draft root beer, and sodas.

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Though dogs aren’t allowed in the taproom, Pub Dog’s beer garden is the perfect spot to unwind with friends, family, and furry companions alike. 

Monocacy Brewing Company—Frederick, MD

Named after a nearby river, Monocacy Brewing Company fosters a welcoming atmosphere for dogs and their owners in both its unique taproom (a former ice cream plant) and relaxing outdoor space.

Dog and owner siting a picnic table at a brewery
Photo Credit: Heidi Schlag

Monocacy is a popular hub in dog-friendly Frederick for friends and family to gather and enjoy quality beer. Check out their calendar for live music and a rotating selection of delicious food trucks.

Big Cork Winery—Rohrersville, MD

Visitors to Big Cork Winery are invited to explore the vineyards, tour the state-of-the-art production facilities, and indulge in tastings of the winery’s acclaimed offerings. Shady porches off the tasting room offer the perfect setting to savor a glass of wine while taking in panoramic views of the winery. 

Photo Credit: Big Cork Winery

Big Cork Winery hosts memorable experiences such as live music performances and educational wine seminars. Leashed dogs are welcome outside.

Feature Photo: Big Cork Winery

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