The folks at Brisbane’s Green Beacon are offering up an amazing deal, with the next 50 subscribers to Rolling Stone Australia able to receive a complimentary four-pack of their acclaimed brew.
As Rolling Stone Australia gets closer to the rollout of its second issue, now is the perfect time to take out a subscription, with the complimentary gift being given out to the next 50 subscribers (providing they’re of drinking age, of course).
If the name Green Beacon sounds a bit familiar, then there’s a chance you might have been lucky to come across the recent episodes of Rolling Stone Australia’s ‘In My Room’ series, which they’ve been presenting for the last few weeks.
“Green Beacon loves music and proudly supports Aussie artists,” the Queensland brewery explained. “We’re thrilled to be able to take this to the next level by teaming up with Rolling Stone Australia.
“The arts and music family is doing it tough right now so we couldn’t be more excited about this opportunity to bring some of our favourite bands direct to music fans right around Australia and the world. So enjoy this epic lineup and Make it a Beacon!”
So far, the likes of Cub Sport and Bad//Dreems have performed for the series, with episodes featuring Lime Cordiale and Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever still to come.
If you love live music and you love the sound of Green Beacon, then you might want to take a listen to the latest ‘In My Room’ performance while checking out the brewery’s special online offer, with free, same-day, Brisbane metro delivery on offer for anything ordered before 12:30pm.
It gets better though, because if you’re not in, or around Brisbane Metro, Green Beacon is still offering free door-to-door courier services nationwide (you just select standard shipping at checkout).
Meanwhile, you can snag a 15% discount on select items when you enter “Bring Home the Beacon” at checkout to redeem. Check out their website here, and be sure to drink responsibly.
However, if you’re eager to grab yourself a free four-pack, be sure to head along to the Rolling Stone Australia subscription page to sign up now.