12 Bars of X-MAS with Crawl In Boston

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12 Bars of X-MAS with Crawl In Boston!

On the first day of Christmas, my true love sent to me: A partridge in a pear tree……….

Crawl In Boston has a different take on this classic tune!

On the first day of Christmas, my true love sent to me: A frosty beer just for me!

This holiday season kicks off again with the 12 Bars of X-Mas brought to you by Crawl In Boston. You’ll be partying again with 1,000 new and old friends visiting the best bars Boston has to offer.

On Saturday December 7th, grab your best holiday themed apparel and join us for this annual tradition.

Check out photos of this event from 2010 , 2011 and 2012 . As you can see, people dress in their holiday best.

The bar crawl begins at Noon in Faneuil Hall. Participants will be visiting different bars all day and getting plenty of swag with their ticket price including a koozies, glow stick, shot glass, mini beach ball, candy cane and a drawstring backpack to carry it all in. Plus a few bars will be giving away complimentary food and every bar will have a $3.00 or less drink available.

Early bird tickets sold out in just days. And this event sells out every year. So get your tickets before they’re all gone. Price will increase the closer to the event we get. The bars have been rented out for this event so you will need a special wristband for entrance.

In the spirit of the holiday season, a portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will go to benefit Coins for Cures by Boston’s Children’s Hospital.

If you can’t make Saturday’s 12 Bars of Christmas, Crawl in Boston is also hosting a Valentine’s Crawl in February, which is historically the group’s biggest event. And we’re also working on an event in early January by request of our diehard fans.

12 Bars of X-MAS with Crawl In Boston
Event Category: Beer
When: December 7, 2013
Time: 12:00pm - 7:30pm
Where: Beginning at Faneuil Hall
More Info: https://12bars2013.eventbrite.com
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