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This Colorado brewery is giving out free beer to anyone who is turning 30 this year

Here is what you have to do.

By
Anna Ben Yehuda
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Good news: 2020 ain't that bad after all—if you're turning 30, that is.

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Colorado-based Breckenridge Brewery is celebrating three decades of existence by offering a free 12-pack of beer to anyone who has turned or is turning 30 this year. The promotion will run through December 31, 2020.

To qualify for the awesome deal, 1990 babies will have to purchase the company's 30th Anniversary Throwback Pack, which includes three bottles each of three different legacy brews and an updated version of one of Breckenridge's originals. Here is exactly what comes in the pack:

Imperial Avalanche Amber Ale: An extra-bold spin on the classic Avalanche Amber Ale, which debuted in 1990. It contains pale, chocolate, and caramel malts. 9.0% ABV.

Trademark Pale Ale: An American Pale Ale, first introduced in the early '90s, brewed with pale and Munich malts and generous amounts of hops. 5.7% ABV.

Pandora's Bock: A typical Bock-style beer first released in the early '90s. 7.5% ABV.

Buddha's Hand: A crisp citrusy ale made from Buddha's Hand fruit. 5.4% ABV.

Full disclosure: you'll have to buy the beers on your own dime and then submit a rebate request to get your cash back. To get that refund, first find a participating seller near you using this beer locator, then buy yourself the 30th Anniversary Throwback Pack and keep your receipt. Here is the rebate site that will prompt you to input an offer number (that would be AB-2930), your age and your purchase. Wait a few, check your email and download the e-gift card that will have been sent to you. 

Cheers, you oldie! 

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