Words: Emily Mullen
The competition is in conjunction with Rascals’ new 12-can pack launch
What better way for customers to show their local some love than winning them some free shit. Rascals Brewing Company’s new competition aims to give a boost to pubs and restaurants that have gone through the guts of a year and a half of closures and reopenings.
Anyone who has bought a new Rascals 12-can pack can enter, by scanning a QR code included in the box and nominating their chosen pub or restaurant to receive a free 30L Rascals keg of beer.
There’s 39 pubs and restaurants with permanent Rascals taps that are included in the competition, and the venue only needs to be nominated once in order to receive the free reopening keg.
The competition is a “reopening gift from us to our hospitality industry colleagues” the Rascals team said, “giving fans of our beer the opportunity to give a boost to pubs and restaurants.”
The new Rascals 12-can packs are available with the breweries two most popular core beers, the Happy Days 4.1% session pale ale and Yankee White 5% IPA.
Rascals 12-can pack are priced at €30 and can be found in O’Brien’s Wines stores, independent off-licences and in Rascals HQ Inchicore, open Wed-Sun from 2 pm. For more information visit the Rascals’ website.
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