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Golden Can SWEEPSTAKES WINNER   

To celebrate our 30th year anniversary, Ipswich Ale Brewery randomly placed 30 Golden Cans throughout Massachusetts, awaiting lucky finders! Over the last seven months 14 Golden cans were discovered. We also had over 2100 online entrees from all over the country in  which 3 more can finders were randomly selected. 

 

Congratulations Lisa Brown! We randomly selected Lisa's name today live on Zoom with many of the Golden Can Finders.  In the end it was a 1 in 17 chance and Lisa was the big winner of the $2k Vacation Voucher!  Thank you to everyone who participated. 

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Sweepstakes UPDATES

The 14th

Golden Can discovered!  

Merry Christmas! Congratulations to Robert Grant,  he found his golden at Depot Liquors in Beverly in a 12-pack of Ipswich Ale.   Only a few days left! Find those cans before it's too late!

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The 13th

Golden Can discovered!  

Lucky 13! Congratulations to Sean Leahy from Rockport, MA, he found his golden  at at Seabreeze Liquors in Gloucester  in a 12-pack of Ipswich Ale Rt 101.   Ipswich Rt 101 is his favorite beer and he's a big fan of the brewery. Only a month left! Find those cans before it's too late!

The 12th

Golden Can discovered!  

Congratulations to Heidi and Frank Jarmolowicz, They found their golden at at at Marcorelles of Ipswich, MA.  The second can found at Marcorelles!  Find those cans before it's too late!

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The 11th

Golden Can discovered!  

Congratulations to Bill and Kristi Taylor, They found their golden  at at Eastgate Liquors in Wilmington in a 12-pack of Ipswich Ale Rt 101.   Ipswich Rt 101 is Bill's favorite beer and they hoped their odds of finding one of the golden cans was pretty good since the it's a staple at their house. Only a month left! Find those cans before it's too late!

The Tenth

Golden Can discovered!  

Congratulations to Conor and Kat Donoghue, They found their golden  in the last 12-pack of Ipswich Ale Pilsner from their wedding.   Kudos to Peter, owner at Depot Liquors in Beverly, who suggested this beer for the wedding. The crowd loved it and they went through over ten 12-packs.  The golden can was a pure bonus. 20 cans left, good luck.

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The Ninth

Golden Can discovered!  

Congratulations to Chris Player, he found his can in a 12 pack he bought at  Marcorelles in Downtown Ipswich last weekend when visiting family. He lives in Vermont but grew up in Ipswich. Nice plaque!! Find those cans and good luck. 

The Eighth

Golden Can discovered!  

Congratulations to Lisa Brown, she discovered her Golden Can at Harrigans in Manchester by the Sea.  But don't give up beer lovers there are 22 more cans are out there. Find those cans and good luck. 

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The sEVENTH

Golden Can finder!  

Congratulations to Jonathan Hardy and girlfriend Sandra Kelly.  They discovered his Golden Can at the Ipswich Bottle Shop, his hometown liquor store.  A Happy Halloween indeed, great costumes. But don't give up beer lovers there are 23 more cans are out there. Find those cans and good luck. 

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The sixth

Golden Can finder!  

Congratulations to Stefan Scott.  He discovered his Golden Can at the  Route 1 Kappys in Malden his hometown liquor store.  But don't give up beer lovers there are 24 more cans are out there. Find those cans and good luck. 

We have our fifth

Golden Can finder!  

Congratulations Brendan Wilkinson! Another Golden Can found at Busa Liquor Store in Salem MA!!!!!   Brendan is from Lynn, MA and Original Ipswich Ale is his favorite beer.  This is the fifth can found, but there is plenty of time to find your own can and a chance for a vacation worth $2000.  

 

Don't give up beer lovers there are 25 more cans are out there.  

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The fourth

Golden Can finder!  

Congratulations to Carolyn and Joseph Brancaleone.  They discovered their Golden Can in a Variety 12pk bought at the Liquor Locker in Gloucester, MA, their hometown liquor store.  But don't give up beer lovers there are 26 more cans are out there. Find those cans and good luck. 

We have our Third

Golden Can finder!  

Congratulations to Marc Burkhardt who found his Golden Can at the Port Beer & Wine  in Newburyport, MA.  Marc is from Newburyport.  This is the third can found, but there is plenty of time to find your own can and a chance for a vacation worth $2000.  

 

Don't give up beer lovers there are 27 more cans are out there.  

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We have our Second

Golden Can finder!  

Congratulations to Nicole Josephson and her husband Mike.  They discovered the Golden Can in a 12pk bought at the Lanesville Package Store, in Gloucester Ma!  Nicole is shown here with Brett Clayton and manager, Tom Prybot.  But don't give up beer lovers there are 28 more cans are out there. Find those cans and good luck. 

At last We have our first

Golden Can finder!  

Congratulations to Greg Krathwohl who found his Golden Can at the Ipswich Bottle shop. Word on the street is Greg is also turning 30 and hopes his can will be the lucky grand prize vacation winner. Greg is orignally from Ipswich, but is now living out in San Francisco.  He was visiting his family who still live here. It must be fate, an Ipswich guy finds the first can. But don't give up beer lovers there are 29 more cans are out there. Keep up the search and good luck. 

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See the Lucky Golden Can Finders

See The Lucky Can Finders below. Each is entered to win the grand prize vacation package. There's more Golden cans out there! Good luck! 

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Celebrating 30 Years of Brewing

This year and we're really excited to celebrate our 30th year of brewing! Residents of Boston’s North Shore were first introduced to Ipswich Ale during the spring of 1991. Ipswich Ale has been in existence longer than nearly every other craft brewer in New England.