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Last August, Busch announced that they were releasing a non-alcoholic beer made specifically for dogs. Now, months after the initial release (which sold out, BTW), Busch is looking to hire someone’s pet as a Chief Tasting Officer for their Dog Brew.

The Chief Tasting Officer will have the important job of taste testing new flavors for the Dog Brew beverage line. In a commercial calling for entries, the “Busch Guy” explains the responsibilities of the role. “It will be your sole responsibility to shepherd the great taste of Busch, research new flavors, take on pet projects. Your bark will have to be as good as your bite,” he said in the video.

Once chosen, the pup will get to work…and will also be awarded a $20,000 salary for their contribution as well as pet insurance and free Dog Brew. The original Dog Brew is available in a four-pack of 12-ounce cans and is made from bone broth, bone-in pork butt, whole corn, celery, basil, mint, turmeric, and ginger. It sold out the day of its initial release.

To apply on your dog’s behalf, Busch fans can post photos and videos of their dog on social media with the hashtag #BuschCTOcontest and a caption that includes the word “entry” in it outlining their qualifications. The contest runs through April 28 and the winner will be chosen by a panel of judges that will consider creativity, originality, and relevance, so make sure you let your dog’s personality shine in their application. Best of luck!!

Source: Busch Wants To Hire Your Dog To Taste Their Dog Beer For $20,000

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