Upland Sour Lottery (Pick Up 2-12 to 2-26)
Tuesday, January 28, 2014 at 12:00 PM (EST)
Thank you for visiting the Upland Sour Lottery site! The lottery will begin at noon on January 28th and will remain open until noon on Tuesday February 4th. In an effort to see as many sour-loving smiles as we can, we are offering each lottery winner two bottles per style per winner. Please do not try to enter more than once, as your entries will be canceled.
You will be asked to specify a pick up location of either the Brew Pub in Bloomington or the Indianapolis Tasting Room in Broad Ripple. Please take care in selecting your pickup location, as it cannot be changed after your reservation request has been made.
Bottles may be picked up at the Bloomington Brew Pub 11am-midnight Monday through Thursday, 11am-1am Friday and Saturday, and noon to midnight Sunday, or at the Indianapolis Tasting Room 4pm-10pm Monday Through Thursday and noon to midnight Friday and Saturday. Please note the Indianapolis Tasting Room cannot sell carryout on Sunday, in accordance with Indiana state law.
Lottery winners will be randomly drawn and notified via email on February 6th, and can purchase the sour ale(s) they selected at their preferred pickup location from February 12th through February 26th. Each purchaser must present a government issued ID. If picking up by proxy, please bring your own ID and an original or photocopied State ID of the winner. The name on the ID must match the name in our records. Each bottle will cost $25 plus applicable sales tax.
Upland Brewing Co.
We’ve been brewing ales, lagers, and sours in Bloomington, Indiana since 1998. Many of our brews are unique twists on traditional recipes, while others are products of our own imaginations. We’re proud to say that several of our beers have brought home national and international medals and awards, but what we really care about is brewing the kinds of beer we like to drink, and providing a fresh local option to our communities. It never hurts to get a pat on the back, though! Along the way, we’ve made lots of friends and drank our unfair share of good beer, all while trying to do good in our communities and do well as a craft brewery.