Shop, drink, help The Van and Arkansas Foodbank at Lost Forty's popup event Sunday | Rock Candy

Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Shop, drink, help The Van and Arkansas Foodbank at Lost Forty's popup event Sunday

Posted By on Tue, Dec 18, 2018 at 3:47 PM

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If you wait until Christmas Eve Eve to do your shopping — that’s you, gentlemen — here’s a way to make it painless: Check out the “Holiday Brunch and Browse Pop Up” event Dec. 23 at Lost Forty Brewing. The Lost Forty Dry Goods Apparel Shop will be selling vintage T-shirts, pullover and zip hoodies, glassware, socks and the ever-popular knit beanies celebrating the remote and unspoiled 40 forested acres the brewery is named after. There will mini brew’mosas and snacks for shoppers, who also can buy specialty beers from the Bottle Shop.

You can get a $10 Lost Forty gift card by bringing in a new or gently-used and clean sleeping bag for The Van and $5 gift card to spend in the popup shop for bringing in five or more canned goods for the Arkansas Foodbank. Prizes will be given on the hour.

Shopping is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; free tours of the brewhouse and beer tasting will be at noon and 1 p.m.

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