Cheers to the 12 Beers of Christmas

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Somehow the holiday season arrived again in the twinkle of a Christmas light or Hanukkah and Kwanzaa candle. This time of year means a lot of exciting things such as great food, American football, time with family, and of course big beers! 

In this week's episode of the Drinking Socially podcast, hosts Harrison Hickok and Jon Dispenza focus on the most important part of the holidays...the beer. And not just one, two, or even three beers. But count 'em – twelve beers. 

The 12 Beers of Christmas to be exact. 

Recently Untappd teamed up with Clown Shoes to create a totally new holiday badge called The 12 Beers of Christmas, which celebrates the brewery's holiday mix pack of the same name. 

The 12 Beers of Christmas features a dozen different beers that make up a broad lineup of styles, including (but not limited to): Belgian quad, breakfast brown ale, wee heavy, Imperial stout, and of course, IPAs. Such as Clown Shoes Space Cake IPA, a hoppy, juicy, sneaky-smooth flagship. 

As an extra treat, Hickok and Dispenza welcome Clown Shoes Head Brewer Dan Lipke on the show to share a behind-the-scenes peek at Space Cake. Dan shares everything from the origin of the name to the choice of ingredients and hops in the beer. 

There's no need to wait for Christmastime to enjoy this unique holiday mix pack. Grab one now, unlock the 12 Days of Christmas badge, and tune into this week's episode of Drinking Socially.  

HOW TO EARN THIS BADGE: Check-in one (1) Clown Shoes Space Cake beer between November 15 and December 14, 2021. Cheers to Space Cake! Did you know this beer is a part of  Clown Shoes' 12 Beers of Christmas mix pack featuring twelve different beers to get you in the holiday spirit? Check out Clown Shoes beer finder to find a 12-pack while supplies last!

Looking for more holiday beers to indulge in? Check out Untappd's 12 Best Stouts of 2021.


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