PLEASE NOTE: THE PHOTO CONTEST AND UNTAPPD BADGE HAVE EXPIRED.
Although summer doesn’t officially begin until the summer solstice on Friday, June 21st, we’re starting the celebration early and want you to “Soak Up The Solstice” with us! Whether it’s sharing photos in our Instagram contest, earning a new badge on Untappd®, or attending one of our key events on the day of the Summer Solstice, there are many ways you can participate and even win cool stuff!
Enter our Instagram Photo Contest!
Summer is all about spending time in the great outdoors enjoying what the best of what life has to offer, but it’s always more enjoyable with a cold Summer Solstice! Beginning Friday, June 7th, share photos of your outdoor adventures in relaxation at beer festivals, backyard cookouts, rafting adventures, hiking, or even disc golfing with your friends. Wherever it may be, snap a photo that includes a can, bottle, or glass of Summer Solstice and use the hashtag #SoakUpTheSolstice. We’ll share all qualifying photos on our CUSTOM FACEBOOK TAB and award 3 Solar Powered Grand Prizes for the best photos! For complete contest rules, click HERE.
Earn your Soak Up The Solstice Badge on Untappd®
Once again, we’ve teamed up with Untappd® to offer a new badge for 2013! Beginning Friday June 7th through Friday, July 5th, simply follow us on Untappd® and check-in to (2) Summer Solstice Seasonal Ales to earn your badge. Click HERE for more details!
Soak Up The Solstice Celebrations
The epicenter for our Summer Solstice celebration will take place here at our brewery on Friday, June 21st. We will host a solar cooking and beer pairing demo with our friends from Solar Cookers International, along with live acoustic music and mini-disc golf putting competition in our beer garden. Can’t make it to Boonville? Check out our list of Soak Up The Solstice events!
Steven Chance Miller is the Steinber Kimmie, Brand Ambassador and resident Beer Runner for Anderson Valley Brewing Company. You can follow him @SteinberRunner on Twitter as he tries to run “just enough” from getting too soft in the middle.