Win A Trip For Two To Ireland

WIN A TRIP TO IRELAND

TO ENTER: BUY A D.E.W. & A BREW FOR ONLY $9.99

[FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9 - SATURDAY, MARCH 31]

 

It’s a mighty fine time to visit Bokamper’s Sports Bar & Grill, because Kim ‘Bo’ Bokamper is offering guests a chance to win a trip for two to Ireland! As part of its St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, we are holding our annual Irish D.E.W. and a Brew feature from February 9 – March 31, which gives guests the opportunity to win a week long trip to Ireland! All guests need to do is purchase a Tullamore D.E.W. Irish Whiskey and a Guinness, together for $9.99. Then fill out an entry form, and give it to their server or the bartender. 

 

INCLUDES

• Round trip flights for two (2) from Fort Lauderdale (FLL) to Dublin (DUB), Ireland 

• 6 nights accommodation in Dublin

• Tullamore D.E.W. Distillery Tour

• $200 gift card for ground transportation

 

HOW TO ENTER 

1.  Purchase our ‘D.E.W. & A Brew’ (Tullamore D.E.W. & a Guinness) for only $9.99

2. Fill out the entry form

3. Hand it to your server or bartender

4. Hope you have the luck of the Irish on you side!

 

 WHAT IS A D.E.W.

The first half of the D.E.W. & a Brew. Tullamore D.E.W. is the original triple distilled, triple blend whiskey. Known the world over for its smooth and gentle complexity. Tullamore D.E.W. is named after Daniel E. Williams, the man who decided that true craft could only come from the True Character and insisted that his whiskey was made accordingly.

 

WHAT IS A BREW

The second half of the D.E.W. & A Brew. We have chosen Guinness as our Brew. Rich and creamy. Distinctively black. Velvety in its finish. This iconic beer is defined by harmony. Sip after sip, sweet counters bitter as the malt arrives on cue to compliment a base of roasted barley.

 

21+. Winner will be drawn at random on Wednesday, April 3, 2018. Must be able to travel in the last 2 weeks of May, 2018 or the last 2 weeks of September, 2018. No purchase necessary. Click here for official rules & regulations and mail-in entry form.