by Julie Wolfson
Just about a year ago, at the age of six, Oscar Youd made root beer for his science project. With some help from his parents Jessica and Tim, his project was such a hit at school that it spawned a new line of root beer called Margo's Bark.
Made with all-natural cane sugar and micro-brewed in Los Angeles, the family named Margo's Bark after their pet who was a rescue dog. All of the profits go to helping the causes of shelter and rescue dogs.
For more information, some entertaining "dog tweets" and to find out where and when Margos' Bark will be available, follow Margo and her root beer adventures on Twitter. With her slogan "Drink a Bite," we wonder if Margo has some root beer in her dog bowl.