Winter Wonderland Adventure Pack First 7 Days!
Will The Great White Wonder Adventure have you waltzing in a winter wonderland or wishing you weren’t so adventurous? Find out here!
By Dan Crocker on Dec. 11, 2017
Hello everyone and welcome to my reviews or as I call it the #24DrunkendaysofDecember. This year, I’m looking at the Parallel 49 and Red Racer Winter Wonderland pack and I hope to be giving you all 24 days in its glory! I will be doing a separate post with my BONUS videos of beers that I think are worthy of all these great beers!
So let’s get on with the first seven days, shall we? You can see what the beers are in the videos:
That is it for this week, I will be back next week with more videos from this Advent Calendar pack! Be sure to check here, or like and subscribe to my YouTube Channel for the videos!
Cheers, and Stay Frosty my friends!
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