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The Ultimate Showdown: Booze Dogs vs. Mike's Hard Hot Dogs

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Fall is the perfect time for cookouts, tailgates and backyard parties. And what's a party without hot dogs? But not all hot dogs are created equal. Some are made with beef, some with pork, and some are even made with chicken. Then there are the hot dogs that are made with, well, let's just say less conventional meats. That's where Booze Dogs and Mike's Hard Hot Dogs come in. So which should you choose for your next cookout? Let's take a closer look.

The Case for Booze Dogs

Booze Dogs take hot dogs to another level entirely. These aren't your standard-issue hot dogs; they're made with 100% Angus beef and loaded with spices like paprika, onion powder, and garlic powder. They've also got a secret weapon: a liquor that gives them their signature flavor. Oh, and did we mention that they're also pre-cooked? That means all you have to do is heat them up and enjoy! No fuss, no muss.

The Case for Mike's Hard Hot Dogs

Mike's Hard Dawgs are made with need and pork and infused with 5% alcohol by volume. They come in four varieties: original, bacon,-wrapped, jalapeno-cheddar, and chili-cheese. The cost for these is $2 per hot dog, and while they are more affordable than Booze Dogs it all comes to quality and flavor. It’s up to you to decide whether the price difference is worth it. But in our eyes, affordability can never compete with top-quality products.

Mike’s Hard Dawgs or Booze Dogs?

So which is better: Booze Dogs or Mike's Hard Dawgs? That depends on what you're looking for. If you're looking for a quick and easy way to add extra flavor to your hot dogs, then go with the booze dogs. But if you're looking for something that's packed with flavor and juiciness, then go with Mike's Hard Hot Dogs. Either way, you can't go wrong! For more information about Booze Dogs superior craft burger products, visit our website today!

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