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Bent Paddle Brewing Co. Partners to Benefit Bentleyville Tour of Lights

Photo credit: Maxwell McGruder for Bent Paddle Brewing Co.

Bent Paddle Brewing Company has once again brewed their Christmas Cookie Cream Ale to celebrate and support Bentleyville Tour of Lights. With every purchase of the specially priced To-Go Crowler or Growler from the taproom, Bent Paddle will donate $5 to support this annual family-friendly event.

Beginning November 21 and running through December 27, Bentleyville Tour of Lights will once again shine bright on the shores of Lake Superior. Guests can take in the 4 million lights from the comfort of their vehicles with a COVID-19 prevention-friendly, drive-thru format. Santa, Mrs. Claus, their reindeer and some of their friends, will be on-site to greet attendees and gift new knit hats to children 10 and under.

Christmas Cookie Cream Ale was one of the most popular taproom offerings in 2019, with a light 5 percent ABV Classic Cream Ale infused with the delightful flavors of Christmas cookies—vanilla, almond and cardamom. The flavors are inspired by Sally Anderson-Caron, the Swedish spritz cookie-making mother of Pilot Brewer, Neil Caron.

The beer is also exclusively on tap at Bentleyville sponsors: Grandma’s Canal ParkGrandma’s Miller Hill, and Little Angie’s Cantina; and the Bentleyville Gift Shop within Grandma’s Sports Garden and Bent Paddle Brewing Co. Taproom.

Costs: $17 each for To-Go Crowler and $21 each for Growler. Each sale includes a free, exclusive, embroidered Bent Paddle/Bentleyville Christmas tree ornament. For more information, visit BentPaddleBrewing.com or BentleyvilleUSA.org.

Read the full July 2021 Magazine