Seventh Son selling beer bonds

Written by on December 9, 2020 in Beer, Beer from Here - No comments

Without question, 2020 has been an all-round miserable year. This is likely most true for local restaurants and craft breweries. Local brewpubs have been creative in response; offering curbside pickup, delivery, outdoor seating, and additional canning options. Seventh Son has now introduced an interesting new innovation with their offer of Beer Bonds! And the Beer Bonds offer craft beer lovers a very handsome return on their investment. The bonds are issued in $50 and $100 amounts. When the bonds “mature” in July 2021, the investor receives a $75 gift card for their $50 bond, or a $200 gift card for their $100 bond. It’s not often you can find an investment that pays 50-100% in a little over six months and helps support a local business.

Co-owner Collin Castore puts it this way: “The bonds are a nice way for us to raise some funds now for the cold winter stretch ahead, but also give our supporters a good deal on great beer when things will be warmer (and hopefully) much more normal. Of equal importance the positive response we’ve had so far has really lifted everyone’s spirits.”

Seventh Son is located in Italian Village at the corner of 4th Street and 4th Avenue. For details on the Beer Bonds, go to their website at

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Bill Babbitt is a retired engineer, beer lover, and freelance writer for Beer Advocate Magazine.

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