There was a post today on TheDrinkNation.com about the underage redirect pages on brewery websites. They found some real gems that you can check out here. Apparently people in the brewing industry have a sense of humor sometimes, too. This got me curious as to what the redirects of breweries in our area look like. I have never been curious enough to hit the, “No, I am not 21” button, even when I was under 21. While most are boring and send you to Google, or don’t have a redirect at all, a couple can bring about some snorts and giggles.
Grimm Brothers Brewhouse sends you the Disney Princess games page. If you have ever been in the taproom when owner Don Chapman and Beer Evangelist Russell Fruits are there with their families you would understand why. They both have cute, adorable little girls.
Loveland Aleworks directs you to a more age appropriate beverage, Kool-Aid. Simple and to the point, just like this brewery
Black Bottle Brewery being the youngest brewery, ironically, takes you to Toys R Us. I can not imagine what nonsense would happen if owner Sean Nook was let loose in a toy store. If it happens, I hope they film it.
Big Beaver Brewing Co. out of Loveland uses pubescent humor when naming their beers and takes that attitude when redirecting you to Chuck E Cheese. Fun and games will ensue.