A Year Of Free Beer Is Hiding Somewhere In Wyoming
If you head for the mountains in Wyoming this fall, you might find a one-year supply of free beer. In partnership with the National Forest Foundation, Busch Beer has hidden ten gold medallions in national forests across the country and is promising free beer for a year to whoever finds it first.
Will one of the lucky medallions be hidden here in Wyoming? I'll bet you a beer it will.
Shoshone National Forest was the first federally managed forest in the country. Bridger-Teton National Forest is the fifth biggest in the nation with over 3.4 million acres. The Cowboy State is also home to Ashley National Forest, Bighorn National Forest, Black Hills National Forest, Caribou-Targhee National Forest, Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest, and parts of the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest.
Busch will be providing clues on social media to help thirsty treasure hunters find the magic medallion. As part of the promotion, they are also pledging to donate one percent of sales from their new "Outdoors" cases to the National Forest Foundation.