Win the ultimate hop country getaway from Bale Breaker

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For beer lovers, there is something enchanting about hops. It’s visceral. Hops make us giddy. Even people who grew up deeply immersed in the world of hop farming, like the owners of Bale Breaker Brewing, are not immune. Now, they want to share some of their hop passion with you. (I provide these pictures to motivate you.)

Step One: Bottom Cutter.

Have you ever witnessed the annual hop harvest up close and personal? I mean, the real deal? The bottom cutters and top cutters, the hop-picking machines, the kiln, the bale-makers, and all that stuff? Probably not. It’s a rare treat that is just about impossible for regular, non-industry folks to experience.

Next: Top cutter.

Bale Breaker Brewing wants to show you what’s behind the curtain and is offering you a chance to win the ultimate hop country getaway. The winner of this contest will get overnight accommodations in Yakima and a very special tour of a real, working, busy hop farm at harvest time.

Hot, steamy, hoppy goodness in the kiln.

Along with that amazing experience, you’ll get a private VIP tour of Bale Breaker Brewing. Other stuff too. Details below.


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A mountain of freshly harvested hops at Perrault Farms in Toppenish, WA.

Here are all the details from Bale Breaker Brewing. Good luck and get to work.

THE RETURN OF HOP COUNTRY GETAWAY

WIN THE ULTIMATE HOP COUNTRY EXPERIENCE – A TRIP FOR 4 TO HOP COUNTRY, USA.


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We’re back after a year’s hiatus (where our winners got a COVID-appropriate Hop Country Staycation) with our favorite contest of the year: our annual Hop Country Getaway!

We want to show you what it is we love about living in Hop Country, USA – and we want you to share the love with your friends as well.

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The rules are simple:

  • Show us how much you love Bale Breaker! It’s up to you what that looks like – we’ve had love letters, video messages, hand-written notes, and a full scrapbook entry in the past.
  • Submit on our website, or by tagging us on Instagram with #HopCountryGetaway, and considered yourself entered for a chance to win. 
    • If entering on instagram, remember that your profile needs to be public for us to see it.

The contest runs from May 24-July 31 – plenty of time to brainstorm the best way to showcase your love for us.

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So what exactly are you trying to win? A trip for you and 3 friends to Hop Country, USA, during hop harvest 2021 on a September weekend of your choosing. You’ll get:

  • A behind-the-scenes hop farm tour at Loftus Ranches during the annual hop harvest – a one of a kind view into the hops that go into your favorite beer
  • A Bale Breaker VIP brewery tour & guided tasting experience
  • $150 for access to all the Bale Breaker gear (and beer) you could ever want
  • Two rooms for one night at Hotel Maison in downtown Yakima
  • $150 to one of Yakima’s best restaurants, Crafted

The finer details:

  • You need to be 21+ to enter.
  • No transportation will be provided – you’ll need to arrange your transport to, from, and around the Palm Springs of Washington, but once you’re here, we’ll make sure you have a great time!
  • Entry must be submitted between May 24th and July 31st. Winner will be selected by our team and announced early August. 
  • All contest entrants give permission for contest images to be used in future Bale Breaker ads and promotions
  • No purchase necessary – if you are unable to grab a photo, you can also mail in a letter of entry to us at 1801 Birchfield Rd, Yakima WA 98901.


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