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2019 Barrel Aged Mexican Cake Bottle Release

December 7, 2019 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Join us Saturday, Dec. 7th for the bottle release of the 7th edition of Barrel-Aged Mexican Cake. Included in the ticket price are (3) 22oz bottles each of 4 variants = 12 bottles total. The price for the allotment is $360 + taxes and fees. Ticket sales will end at 11:55pm on Monday Dec. 2nd.


This year’s variants are:

– TN Whiskey (Jack Daniels)
– Rye Whiskey (Woodford)
– Maple Bourbon & Coffee
– Maple Bourbon & Walnut

In addition, there will be many other rarities on tap throughout the day for additional purchase and Pub Fare will be on site serving up their delicious gooey chee burgers.

Are proxy pickups allowed?
— Yes. They just have to have your ticket and their photo ID. We are
not checking names this year.

Do I need a ticket to come to the brewery on 12/7?
— No! Tickets are only for bottles of BA Mexican Cake. Everything
else is open to everyone.

Do I have to purchase a ticket to get bottles? Will there be individual bottles of BA Mexican Cake for sale?
— Depending on the total ticket sales, there may be some bottles of
TN Whiskey and Rye BA Mexican Cake available for individual
purchase. There will not be any additional bottles of Maple Coffee
or Maple Walnut. These bottles are only available as part of the
ticketed set.

Bottles can be picked up from the brewery ONLY between ****12pm and 4pm**** on Saturday 12/7/19. We will not hold unclaimed bottles and no refunds will be issued for any reason. If you (or your proxy) are unable to physically pick up your bottles from the brewery between ****12pm and 4pm**** on Saturday Dec. 7th do not purchase a ticket!

You must have your ticket (printed or electronic) and valid 21+ photo ID to pick up the bottles.

There is no need to line up before 12pm if you have purchased a ticket – you have until 4pm to pick up the bottles.

PARTY TIPS: If you are driving, do not park at the hospice! Also, don’t walk into the street/cul-de-sac with open beers – that’s called an “Open Container Violation” and the Mt. Pleasant Police Dept. frowns on that sort of thing. And as always, bottle sharing and/or outside alcoholic beverages are not allowed.