Love beer? Love pups? Then do we have the contest for you.
Budweiser recently released their annual holiday cans (pictured below), with one in the lineup featuring their classic Dalmatian puppy. But that beautiful pup isn't the only dashing dog out there, and to that end, the beer brand wants to surprise its fans with a customized beer can label spotlighting their own four-legged friend.
To make that happen, they've teamed up with social media phenomenon, WeRateDogs, to create quite the festive contest. If you're a proud dog mom or dad, just comment on Budweiser’s Facebook post with a photo of your dog, or reply to the below Tweet with #Pupweiser and your dog’s photo. Budweiser will select winners at random to receive a Budweiser holiday can personalized with a photo of their dog. You can also submit a photo of a friend or family member's dog for a chance to dazzle them with a gift this holiday season that's sure to make them thrilled. All winners will be notified by social media.
This is Brewski. He’s a professional picnic planner and the new face of @budweiserusa’s holiday can. 12/10 super h*ckin honored #partner
For a chance to have YOUR dog on the can, reply with a pic of them and use #Pupweiser pic.twitter.com/BfYoLO5IuJ
— WeRateDogs® (@dog_rates) December 16, 2020
With thousands of replies so far, there's a whole lot of cuteness in the above thread. So much, in fact, that we're starting to think that Budweiser should release beers featuring adorable dogs on the label year-round. Yesterday, Budweiser shared a few of their fave submissions, but there's still time to enter your dog. The contest opened for entries yesterday and runs through Monday, December 21.
— Budweiser (@budweiserusa) December 17, 2020
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