Mar 10, 2017 - FREDERICK—The women of Flying Dog brewery put on their pink boots today to brew a beer called Alternative Facts
Once your dog has all of the appropriate cogs you need to get the gear to make sure your pup is the most popular in the park or out on the trail. Collars, dog packs, dog beds and flying discs are only the tip of the iceberg. For example: Humans aren’t the only ones who need hiking boots, and thats why there are boots for your dog to wear mountaineering too.
Once you have the dog booties in place go out immediately and engage in your dog's favorite activity, getting the dog’s focus off the shoes and onto something else. Let him chase a ball, catch a flying disk and just run. Or, simply throw a treat and praise him when he runs after it. After about 10 or 15 minutes check closures and make sure the boots are still secure on the dog’s paws. This is considered the "break in" period where the upper softens and conforms to the dog's paws. Use common sense and allow some time for your dog to become accustomed to the dog booties on daily walks. Just as you would never go out on a big hike with new hiking boots, start off on easy hikes and work into the big ones with your dog's new footwear.
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Flying Disc Dog Toy - Boots & Barkley™ : Target
For $5, Brian Arnold (left), Chet Hopper or one of Flying Dog's other staffers will walk you through the brewery and pour you five 6 ounce samples (in truth, I got six samples when Brian offered everyone a taste of Doggy Style Pale Ale straight from the bright tank). For the most part, a brewery tour is a brewery tour, so I'm always interested in the little details. At Flying Dog, it was the pairs of boots hanging off a pipe over the brewing floor. Apparently, when Flying Dog staff leave the brewery, they get to toss their boots over the pipe. You have to like that (well, that and the beer from the bright tank).Created under the direction of Flying Dog production wizards Emily Bobotas and Lisa Adams, the brew will be super crushable with nutty, earthy notes and a bit of molasses. Alternative Facts will only be available in the brewery’s tasting room and a portion of the proceeds will go towards the Pink Boots Society. Flying Dog also plans to host a rager of a release party when the beer is out in April. The beer was brewed to benefit the Pink Boots Society, a nonprofit organization whose goal is to bring more women into the beer industry. Flying Dog’s Emily Greene, “We wanted to bring awareness to the Pink Boots Society and really bring awareness to women who work in breweries.” When you visit Southeast Alaska and combine the originators of glacier helicopter tours with the oldest operating dog sled tour company (Alaska Icefield Expeditions) you get a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Join us as we fly over the lush rainforest, deep blue crevasses and glacier carved peaks as your pilots give you a spectacular flight seeing tour to our Dogsled camp on the Mendenhall Glacier. Here the professional mushers and Alaskan sled dogs will have you driving the team or relaxing in the sled as you take in the awe inspiring scenery.
You will have time to talk with the musher’s or take pictures with the dogs before your helicopter takes you back to our base and civilization. Don’t miss out on this truly Alaskan Experience.
Duration: This tour is approximately 1 ½ hours in length which includes about 30 minutes of flight time and 55-60 minutes at the dog camp. Your time at the dog camp will include instructions on dog sledding, stories about the famous Iditarod race as well as 20-25 minutes of dog sledding. Please allow an additional 45 minutes for transportation to and from the dock, a safety briefing, and outfitting of glacier boots.
Due to security, no carry-on bags will be allowed on the helicopters. A secure location will be provided at the office for storing personal items.