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Easter Beer Hunt

Take back Easter with an adults-only Easter beer hunt.

Easter Beer Hunt

Sick and tired of the kids having all the fun at Easter?

We’ve heard your cry and challenge you to do an Easter Beer Hunt.

Easter Sunday Beer Hunt
Image by: Mystique Magazine

There are so many different variations on this idea. You can:

  • hide a beer bottle and an Easter candy together
  • hide a whole 6-pack or just one bottle
  • hide beers of different styles
  • hide beers from just one brewery
  • hide just seasonal Spring beers like Marzens

You can also get creative by decorating the beers, making baskets. Let those creative juices flow.

We’d love to hear and see what you come up with. Make a short clip or write a short article with photos and send it in to us.

Happy Easter!

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