Here’s Your Chance To Be Part Of Forgotten Boardwalk’s 2015-2016 Refuge Society
As we inch closer to the first anniversary of Cherry Hill’s Forgotten Boardwalk Brewing in Cherry Hill in October, owner Jamie Queli has a message for you: come get your (revamped) 2015-2016 Refuge Society membership.
Forgotten Boardwalk’s Refuge Society became recognizable last year through the old-fashioned ornamental keys she delivered to 1,000 inaugural (mostly unpaid) members who received perks like members-only parties, early openings to big events, etc… But throughout the year, Queli realized that a club of 1,000 prevented the perks from being, well, intimate enough. So this time around she’s dramatically scaling back to 150 members and charging them an annual fee of $100.
Current members can stop by the brewery anytime during tasting room hours to buy a membership. If she hasn’t sold all of her spots by noon on September 12th, she’ll open the membership to the public in person at the tasting room and via her website at noon on September 14th. What do members receive in exchange for $100? Lots.
–A two week window to allow the opportunity to purchase at least three limited bottles before they go on sale to the public
–Early admission to all events, with the addition of a special beer during “Refuge Hour”
–A private, catered party with a special tap list
–A limited edition glass and a new bottle-opener “key”
–A limited-edition 16 oz. growler to allow a fill of any Curiosity-series beer
–$1 off flagship beer growler fills
–A special gift on members’ birthdays
Considering that most breweries charge $100 for a lot less, this is one society that’s worth being part of.
Forgotten Boardwalk Brewing Co. [Official]