Thinking & Drinking, the craft beer card game designed to get conversations flowing, doesn’t want beer drinkers to think (& drink) by themselves on National Beer Day 2017. That’s why this April 7 they are calling on all beer drinkers, and making the request to leave work early and enjoy great conversations with friends, co-workers, colleagues and even complete strangers!
“National Beer Day 2017 falls on a Friday – so get out of work early, grab a cold one and talk to someone,” says Jonathan Cooper, creator of Thinking & Drinking. “Tell your boss you’re attending an offsite meeting or a cross-departmental brainstorming session. Just do what you need to do to celebrate.”
Thinking & Drinking is a card game featuring six decks of 54 cards. Each card includes a conversation-starting question or prompt – along with the profile of a U.S. craft brewery and craft beer.
Thinking & Drinking focuses on sparking conversation, and the gameplay is easy: Simply draw a card from the deck, read it, and each participant provides a response.
Thinking & Drinking questions include:
- If giving up cheese made you immortal, would you do it?
- What super power would you most want to have?
- If you could meet anyone (living or dead), who would it be?
- Which movie president would you actually vote for?
“Craft beer – just like good stories – is so much better when it’s shared with friends,” said Cooper. “We decided to profile America’s craft brewers because we love the idea of helping create conversation and stories in bars, breweries and tasting rooms across the country.”
And since Thinking & Drinking features profiles of breweries from all 50 states and Washington, D.C., you’ll be able to explore breweries from across the country without leaving your seat. For a full list of featured breweries, visit www.ThinkingDrinking.Beer/Supporters.
About Thinking & Drinking™
Thinking & Drinking™ – A Game Of Self-Discovery Or Self-Destruction – is a card game of 300 questions that are crafted to foster conversation. Each time a question is asked, each player must answer. Those answers may reveal something new about other players … and maybe even yourself. Thinking & Drinking is designed for players 21+ and should always be played responsibly. (www.ThinkingDrinking.Beer)
Company: Thinking & Drinking
Contact: Jonathan Cooper