Food and Drink
Posted by Jo Greggains
08. Nov, 2013
Did someone say Beer o’clock?
Wanna go in the draw to win $40,000 worth of prizes and have your say in a matter of national importance? No, we’re not buying your vote but read on.
If all this talk of “Dry July” and “Oct-sober” makes you break out in a cold sweat then don’t fret – you can have your beer and drink it too by heading back to the polls for the real election of 2013 and cast your vote to decide the official Beer O’Clock time. We said this was important.
The man behind it all is Beer O’Clock ambassador Mick Molloy.
“As a matter of our civic duty, all Australians should vote in this important poll. Then we can all down tools, head to the nearest boozer and raise our glasses to toast Beer O’Clock together,” he said.
Cast your vote by visiting Thirsty Camel’s Facebook Page before 10 November.
Results will be tallied and the official beer oclock will be announced in November – just in time for summer.
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