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New craft beer app gives users access to discount suds
« on: July 06, 2018, 09:05:12 AM »
New craft beer app gives users access to discount suds

Craft beer lovers have one more reason to look at their phone. A new app launched on Friday gives users access to $2 craft beers at participating breweries and bars across Ottawa. The Craft Beer Passport — free to download on iOS and Android — gives beer lovers an affordable new way to explore Ottawa’s burgeoning craft […]

Craft beer lovers have one more reason to look at their phone. A new app launched on Friday gives users access to $2 craft beers at participating breweries and bars across Ottawa.


The Craft Beer Passport — free to download on iOS and Android — gives beer lovers an affordable new way to explore Ottawa’s burgeoning craft beer scene.


Visit any of the participating establishments on your “passport” account and be rewarded with a 12 oz. craft beer for only $2 (the legal minimum price). For example, Big Rig Brewery, one of the participating restaurants, typically sells a 12 oz. beer for $4.75.


A map on the app makes it easy for users to find the closest participating location. Each participating location has its own profile to help you choose your destination.


The Craft Beer Passport will be accepted in more than 70 bars, breweries and beer producers across the province. In Ottawa, there are several, including Big Rig Brewery, Covered Bridge Brewing, Dominion City Brewing, Flora Hall Brewing, Hintonburg Public House, Stray Dog Brewing, Vimy Brewing, Waller Street, Brewing Whiprsnapr Brewing.


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