Upland Sour Lottery
Tuesday, June 4, 2013 at 12:00 PM (EDT)
On June 4th Upland Brewing Company will begin accepting entries for a Sour Release lottery to include their latest batch of Sour Ales. Availability of bottles for this release is very limited, so we will only be able to make one bottle available to each winner. The lottery will be available online at www.uplandsours.eventbrite.com , will open at noon EDT on June 4th and will remain open until noon on June 9th. Options during signup include a choice of one 750ml bottle of Malefactor (formerly known as Gilgamesh) OR one 750ml bottle of Upland Sour Reserve #3. Entries are limited to one per person.
Pickup/purchase locations will be at either our Broad Ripple Indy Tasting Room or our 11th Street Bloomington Brewpub. Please note that pickups in Indianapolis will be at our location at 4842 College Ave in Broad Ripple; NOT at our location in Carmel. For more details on our sour beers or address to our retail locations please visit www.uplandbeer.com.
Lottery winners will be randomly drawn on June 17th, and made aware of that selection at that time by the email provided when entering the lottery.
Winners will be able to pick up their bottle between July 1st and July 14th at the Upland Retail Location you selected when entering the lottery (Broad Ripple or Bloomington Brewpub). An original or photocopied State ID of the winner and a copy of the email announcing them as a winner will be required upon pickup and purchase of each bottle. Each bottle will cost $25 plus applicable tax. Bottles not picked up by July 14th will be released to the general public.
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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.