The Daily Growler adapts annual Girl Scout cookie pairing for pandemic

Written by on January 22, 2021 in Beer, Events - 1 Comment

The Daily Growler is adapting their annual Girl Scout cookie and craft beer pairing event for the pandemic by limiting attendance for in-person pairings and adding an at-home option.

Each of The Daily Growler’s three locations will host limited capacity tastings throughout the day on Saturday, February 13 with attendance limited to 10 per hour long session. Tickets are $20 which includes 6 beers and 6 cookies, and can be purchased online for the Upper Arlington, Powell, or Brewery District locations. (The Daily Growler’s Polaris location was a casualty of the pandemic, closing at the end of December.)

If you’re hesitant to venture out to a bar even with COVID precautions in place, this year for the first time The Daily Growler is offering a take home pairing kit for six, which includes six 32oz crowlers, six boxes of Girl Scout Cookies, 36 5-ounce glasses, and six tasting placemats. The kit retails for $120 and can be purchased online. The pairing kit will be available for pickup after noon on Saturday, February 13th at The Daily Growler location of your choice.

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Cheryl Harrison. Editor of Drink Up Columbus. Co-Founder of the Columbus Ale Trail.

One Comment on "The Daily Growler adapts annual Girl Scout cookie pairing for pandemic"

  1. Holly May February 6, 2021 at 10:29 PM · Reply

    Awesome! Not sure who had the idea first, and a Cincinnati local brewery, Taft’s is doing a similar thing! and actually! They’ve not got an outpost in cbus!

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