It's the combination tipplers always wanted but were too afraid to ask for.
Now, goat yoga's less weird cousin is coming to the Welder's Dog.
The downward facing hop, reclining hand-to-big-tinny and Warrior XXXX Gold poses will all be led by 11:11 Yoga teacher Georgie Rutter.
"It's no pressure, no one needs to know how to do the splits," she said.
"It's going to be a very laid back class with some movement, working on some strength and the reward at the end is having a beer."
Rutter has been teaching yoga for five or six years, she was trained in Ashtanga yoga and now teaches Vinyasa.
The practice of beer yoga started in late 2013, and is known in Germany as BierYoga.
Take a sip in sun salutation, chug a beer in child's pose, however you drink it, Welder's Dog is ready to serve it up.
There's even poses you can do with a beer, Rutter said.
"In this day and age you find people don't really know how to breathe, you can do specific breathing classes now because people forget how to breathe properly.
"You get your flexibility when you do regular yoga practice and it's a nice thing to do for yourself, it's like getting a massage."
The idea hatched about six months ago after Welder's Dog Tamworth owner Ben Coombes was tagged in a few posts about beer yoga on Facebook.
"Georgie comes into the bar every now and again and we started chatting about doing something different to combine fitness and pleasure, and it was born," he said.
"In the final stages of the routine we'll incorporate a beverage of people's choice into some yoga poses, if you want to try something cool or different come on down."
For the health conscious the bar can serve up blended apple juice, but with just 20 spaces per class yogi's had better get in quick.
Beer yoga will be on every second Sunday from June 23, if it grows legs Coombes plans to move the classes out the back once the weather gets warmer.
Classes start at midday for $25 a ticket that includes a midi or can of a yogi's choice, tickets are available at the bar.