If you are like me your basketball picks sucked and you have no chance of winning your office’s NCAA March Madness bracket pool. All that’s left is to watch the games, hope that the jerk in accounting doesn’t win, and enjoy some craft beers. But wait, is there still a bracket contest where everyone wins? Yes!
Last week we told you about DRAFT Magazine’s 2012 Beer Bracket. If you missed it don’t worry there is still time to get your picks in. The first two rounds of beer match-ups are done but voting for the Sweet Sixteen and the Elite Eight just opened and will be available through 3/25. So check out DRAFT Magazine’s bracket contest with top brews going head-to-head. The brewery of the winning brew gets $1,000 for charity and one lucky bracket voter will win a Beer Meister kegerator.
You can find the bracket contest and submit your picks for the next round at: http://www.draftmag.com/beerbracket/
Some of my favorite brews that survived the first two rounds include:
- Great Lakes’ Edmund Fitzgerald Porter
- Sierra Nevada’s Ruthless Rye
- Bear Republic’s Racer 5
- Stone’s 15th Anniversary Escondidian Imperial Black IPA
All these brews have a great chance of making it to the final four and possibly winning it all. What do you think?
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