Bare Hands Announces Peanut Butter Chocolate Stout Lottery

Bare Hands Announces Peanut Butter Chocolate Stout Lottery

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For Immediate Release — Bare Hands Brewery has announced its famous Peanut Butter Chocolate Stout is now up for grabs via lottery! Through December 20th, up to 200 lottery tickets will be available for a chance to purchase the 100 available 22oz bombers for $15.00.

The bottle allotment per customer will be based on the number of tickets sold while keeping the odds at 50/50 or better. So, for example, if exactly 100 lottery tickets are sold, the allotment will be two bottles per customer. If more than 100 but less than 200 tickets are sold, the difference will be raffled off among the winning 100. If under 100 tickets are sold, everyone will be guaranteed a bottle and the remainder will be raffled off to all ticket holders! 

Lottery winners will be notified that they won no later than December 20th, and bottles must be picked up at the brewery between December 23rd and January 3rd. Lottery tickets are limited to five per person, and all bottles not picked up at the brewery will be released to the general public. 

Tickets can be purchased through the merch section on Bare Hand’s website. Use the code PBCSTOUT and you’ll pay $0.01 for the ticket (the $0.01 will then be refunded back to you – you’ll still have your ticket). 

The brewery has also announced that it will be raffling off two bottles exclusively for Indiana On Tap Tasting Society Marketplace members! Members will still need to purchase the bombers and will need to display their membership card upon arrival. 

Don’t miss out on your chance at this one-of-a-kind beer! 



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  • Steve G.
    Posted at 11:07h, 03 December Reply

    Is this legal? Most places give the tickets away for free, much like a raffle. Buying a ticket for a chance to win seems an awful lot like gambling.

    • Eric
      Posted at 12:12h, 03 December Reply

      Wouldn’t it be like any other thing that you buy a raffle ticket for? Not all raffles are free. And I am not just talking in the beer world but in general.

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