3rd Annual 12 Beers of Christmas Tour Starts December 1

November 28th, 2012 · 5 Comments · Events

The “12 Beers of Christmas” gives you yet another reason to drink more during the holidays…if you like the idea of drinking good beers at a few of Seattle’s best beer bars, keep reading.

Drumroll please! The 3rd Annual 12 Beers of Xmas Tour is upon us beginning Saturday December 1st! Experience twelve handcrafted holiday brews, in three great craft beer bars, in three fun Seattle neighborhoods. On top of it all, enter to win brewery prizes, including the Grand Prize ski weekend trip for four to Leavenworth and Stevens Pass!

Here’s how it works:
1. Visit Beveridge Place Pub (West Seattle), Naked City Brewery & Taphouse (Greenwood) or The Pine Box (Capitol Hill) anytime from December 1st through 12th to get your punch card and start the tour. While at each location, drink the four featured brews and get your card punched.

2. When all 12 beers are checked off, write your contact info on the back and turn it in to the bar no later than 8pm on December 12th.

3. Completed cards will be collected at Pine Box and Beveridge Place Pub, and taken to the final drawing at Naked City on December 12th around 9pm.

Winners need not be present to win, but it IS highly recommended that they are!

All three locations will be featuring special promotions during the 12 days, see them individually for specific details. Special brewer appearances, one-off casks and other treats await you on the tour!


5 Comments so far ↓

  • elvis

    do I have to drink 4 beers at each stop? or can I get 2 and get a half a stamp??

  • Kaiser

    Elvis – you don’t have to drink all 4 beers at a location all at once. You can definitely have a couple of them, and then return to get the other two.

  • elvis

    but you have to have 4 beers total at each place. not 2 in one, 6 in another??

  • Kaiser

    Ah, misunderstood. There are 4 separate and distinct beers pouring at each bar, so you have to have 4 at each place. Not possible to do 2 at one place and 6 at another.

  • Danielle

    Thanks for explaining Kaiser! If you have any other questions please feel free to contact me. Hope to see you both out there!

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