So, it’s election day. You’ve voted, or are thinking about voting, and you deserve to be rewarded for it (GO VOTE – and don’t forget to educate yourself on who supports Sunday Sales, courtesy of MNBeerActivists).
Be thankful you live in Minnesota, not Kentucky or South Carolina, where you can’t buy alcohol on Election Day. Although it is illegal to drink and vote (obvi), here is a [CONSTANTLY UPDATED LIST OF] few Twin Cities deals that your coveted “I Voted” sticker can get you, after you vote.
Inbound Brewco: Buy one, get one beers all day with “I Voted” sticker
Sisyphus Brewing: $4 beers all day with “I Voted” sticker as well as a special barrel-aged beer from their cellar on tap.
Maple Island Brewing (Stillwater): “I Voted” sticker gets $2 off first pint
Town Hall Brewery: $1 for a pint at any Town Hall restaurant with “I Voted” sticker and FiveStars rewards card.
Fair State Brewing Coop: $1 off all beer and NA options in addition to a results viewing party 8-11pm. More importantly, you should consider #TonkTheVote – vote for Charlie Tonks for Best Craft Beard in Growler Mag’s Kind-of-a-Big-Deal Awards.
LynLake Brewing: $2 off a beer with a “I Voted” sticker
Modist Brewing: With your “I Voted” sticker get pPhresh – $3 for a pint, $2 for a tulip or a growler fill for $10.
Insight Brewing: Extended happy hour pricing 3-8pm ($3 pints)
Norseman Distillery: Not beer, I know, but $5 Harvey Wallbangers all night is a great idea!
Big Wood Brewery (White Bear): $1 off your first pint with “I Voted” sticker
Even liquor stores are getting into it! Lowry Hill Liquors is giving 10% off non-sale alcohol with your “I Voted” sticker.
Vikre Distillery (Duluth): Again not beer, but I can’t help it. 1 Free G&T if you wear your “I Voted” sticker in the cocktail room
Third Street Brewhouse: No deals (not open today), but an aptly named beer
Badger Hill Brewery: Also no deals, but the 2016 Cherry Double Dunkel is on tap and in bottles tonight for drinking
612Brew: Unrelated to voting, but starting Wednesday they have a new beer – Dark Clouds, a Smoked Dunkel Weisse
Schell’s Brewery: Just being cheeky…
Oliphant Brewing (Wisconsin): Today marks the first day they can self-distribute, which although unrelated to voting, is related to laws, law-making and most importantly, drinking. Growler reports on it here.
Blackeye Roasting Co: For non-beer drinkers, also no deals, but this post is so weird I had to share it.