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East Coast good spirits

I’ve got an exciting week planned ahead. In a very special East Coast Guest Posts series, a number of local makers & purveyors of beer and wine will be posting about their experiences. You’ll hear from Hannah Stuart of Bishop’s Cellar, Simon Rafuse from Blomidon Estate Winery, Audrey Firth of DesBarres Manor Inn, and Greg Nash from Hart & Thistle Gastropub & Brewery.

Not just that, we’ve also got a great contest lined up, with a prize package of: two bottles of wine from Blomidon Estate Winery, a $25 gift certificate from Bishop’s Cellar, a free bottle of wine with the purchase of a meal at DesBarres Manor Inn, and t-shirts from Hart & Thistle.

All you have to do is leave a comment on the blog any time this week (one entry per blog posting). That means if you comment on each post—including this one—you’ll get five entries. For extra entries, Tweet about your fave East Coast beverage using the hashtag #ECBC (that’s short for East Coast By Choice). One Twitter entry per day. And, finally, the one restriction is that you must be of legal drinking age to enter. The winner will be randomly selected.

Now start talking about the great wine, beer, spirits, or even bottled pop that’s offered on this side of Canada.


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