Friday, July 9, 2010


Summer is in full swing here in the northeast, but at the end of the month our thoughts at the Yuengling Gift Shop will be on a different season. On Friday, July 23, 2010, we will be having a Christmas in July event at America's Oldest Brewery on Mahantongo Street in Pottsville.

Upon arrival to the brewery, visitors will be greeted by Yuengling representatives cooking out on the grill! Also out front, our local Pottsville radio station, T-102, will be broadcasting live. They will be interviewing some of our team members, and giving away some prizes too. The Gift Shop will have a table set up outside offering special deals throughout the day.

Once inside the brewery, visitors can look forward to rewards just for shopping with us on July 23rd! Shoppers spending $20.00 or more in the store will be entered to win a Large Yuengling Bar Mirror. We will also be raffling off a Yuengling Neon Clock valued at $299! Tickets for the clock raffle will be sold for $1.00. The drawing for these items goes off at 1:00pm and you must be present to win. Shoppers who spend $75.00 or more in the store will receive a FREE Yuengling Eagle Snow Globe. All of these deals are valid on in-store purchases only on July 23, 2010. Online sales do not qualify for raffle prizes or free gift.

Like always, visitors will have the opportunity to tour the brewery on this day. Tours will be held at 10am and 1:30pm. You must wear completely closed footwear to walk through the facility. Please visit our website for complete tour information before planning your trip.

Hope to see you there!


Anonymous said...

Hey! You need to do this in Tampa, FL too!

Jimbo said...

Will you guys be taking this event on the road to your brewery down here in Tampa Bay? We'd love to be able to participate down here.

Yuengling Brewery said...

The Christmas in July event is only taking place at the Pottsville Brewery. But you can certainly tour the Tampa Brewery for Free during the posted hours on

Thank you for your support of the brands.

Anonymous said...

i wish you would do things like this on sundays...i can never make these because i work every friday and saturday nights..i hate missing these events