Tampa, FL (RestaurantNews.com) World of Beer taverns nationwide are offering patrons a free select draught this Tax Day. Whether guests are expecting a refund or just finished filing with Uncle Sam, WOB wants to help relieve the weight of the season by inviting guests to enjoy a cold one at locations across the country. Guests in Arizona, Texas, North Carolina, Virginia and New York can anticipate five dollars off their check in lieu of a free brew.
“We know what a stressful time of year this can be,” said Paul Avery, president and CEO of World of Beer. “We are happy to provide a morale boost for our guests on Tax Day.”
Offers and beer variety vary nationwide based on state laws. Please contact your local tavern to inquire about their specific offering.
Celebrating the popularity of craft beer and its culture, World of Beer has more than 75 taverns in 21 states. Each tavern has 50 rotating daily taps, so guests will discover something new and unique on every visit. Supporting local charities through fundraising efforts and in-kind and other donations is a key part of the World of Beer franchise.
World of Beer (WOB) is the ultimate craft beer haven that offers guests a global beer experience right from the barstool. The original craft beer tavern complements its database of more than 28,000 beers with a signature tavern fare menu featuring a variety of elevated comfort food that provides the perfect marriage of food and beer for an unparalleled experience. Because, the way WOB sees it, guests should do more than drink a beer — they should drink it in. World of Beer encourages guests to drink in the moments they encounter at the tavern, whether it be through the bottle, the glass, the menu, the live music or the company. WOB offers the best craft variety on the planet to the beer aficionado and casual beer fan alike. Taverns are currently open in 21 states including AL, AZ, CO, CT, FL, GA, IL, KY, LA, MD, MI, NC, NJ, NY, OH, PA, SC, TN, TX, VA and WI and will be opening soon in IN, MA, MN and OK. Visit www.wobusa.com.