Looking for a dog-friendly brewery on cape cod? There’s a bunch of great places and great beers you can check out. Here’s an updated list of breweries that allow dogs on cape cod.
We’ve also included a few cape cod breweries where dogs aren’t allowed too, in case you’re trying to complete a cross-cape brewery crawl. And a few dog-friendly wineries made the list as well. Because you’re on vacation. Drink up.
661 Main St, Falmouth, MA
Friendly, well-behaved, quiet, on-leash dogs will be allowed in the taproom at Aquatic Brewing. It’s indoor seating only — first come, first served.
Light snacks available for purchase from the bar. Bring-your-own food is allowed, including takeout or delivery from local restaurants, and there is rotating Food Truck availability. So there should be lots of good crumbs for your dog to sniff out.
There are 26 shared parking spaces located around their building, and town public parking is less than 10 minutes walk in most directions. That should help walk off some of those IPAs you just swilled down.
Bad Martha Farmer’s Brewery
876 E Falmouth Hwy, Falmouth, MA
Bad Martha Farmer’s Brewery has a location in Falmouth, but there’s also another location on Martha’s Vineyard in Edgartown.
485 W Main St, Hyannis, MA
Barnstable brewing has a nice outdoor patio that allows dogs.
Buzzards Bay Brewing – Bourne Taproom
85 Main St, Buzzards Bay, MA
Are dogs allowed at Buzzanrd’s Bay Brewing? Not any more!
Buzzard’s Bay Brewing is located in Westport, MA Their taproom in Bourne is on the Cape Cod side of Buzzard’s Bay. They used to allow dogs at this brewery but now they don’t due to insurance/liability issues due to dog owners not being responsible and letting their pets run amok. Bummer.
Cape Cod Beer
1336 Phinneys Ln, Hyannis, MA
Cape Cod Beer allows well behaved dogs and children. Dogs must be friendly, on-leash & vaccinated. Children should be given tablets in hopes they remain silent so their parents can enjoy a beer in peace.
Dogs are allowed under their beer garden tent (when it is up) and in the retail store year-round.
Per the Barnstable Board of Health, dogs are not allowed in the warehouse tap room when food is being prepared in their pop-up kitchen. Politicians strike again.
Cape Cod Winery
4 Oxbow Rd, East Falmouth, MA
Famouth’s Cape Cod Winery has a large post-and-beam tent placed over crushed seashells where dogs are allowed to watch you drink. They sell over 9 kinds of wine.
Devil’s Purse Brewing Company
120 Great Western Rd, South Dennis, MA
Devil’s Purse has an outdoor beer patio that is open whenever the Brewery is open. Dogs are welcome here. You can grab a few pours and then take some cans for later on.
Hog Island Beer Co.
28 West Rd, Orleans, MA
Hog Island Beer Co. in Orleans allows dogs outside. But not inside. So your dog will need to wait while you go in and order beer or food.
There’s a nice lawn outside with chairs and tables where your dog can catch some shade while you drink away a hot summer day.
Naukabout Brewery and Taproom
13 Lake Ave, Mashpee, MA
Naukabout Brewery and Taproom has a 5,000-square-foot outdoor beer garden with four patio areas. Inside you can belly up to the long wooden bar in a cozy Cape Cod setting.
But you can’t do it with your dog. Per town rules in Mashpee dogs aren’t allowed here.
Provincetown Brewing Co.
141 Bradford St, Provincetown, MA
Provincetown Brewing company is very dog-friendly. P-town is the most dog-friendly town on the Cape Cod, and this brewery is part of the reason why.
While you’re there you might bump into Brewski, brewery’s dog. If he’s not there you can probably still sniff around his doghouse to get a scent.
Don’t take your dog into the bathroom if he/she is easily offended by images of fornicating smurfs. Seriously. Kids may ask some interesting questions after visiting the restroom as well.
11 Shore Rd, North Truro, MA
Truro Vineyards is a family-owned winery with a tasting room & a gift shop. It’s located in an 1830s farmhouse, and they offer wine tastings and tours.
Dogs are allowed outside, where there is food truck dining. There’s a huge open area with chairs and lots of room to spread out a picnic blanket.
But keep your dog away from the grapes. They get enough fertilizer without your pet’s help.
We hope you enjoy checking out all the great breweries that allow dogs on cape cod. You’re on vacation after all. So bottoms up!