Payette Brewing Hosting “Repeal Day” Party

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Join Payette Brewing as we throw a Repeal Day party in the name of Take Craft Back. It’s a Modern Day Repeal! If you’re an independent beer lover in Boise, check it out!

A glimpse into the past…In 1919, Congress passed the 18th Amendment, outlawing alcohol. In 1933, Prohibition ended restoring the American right to a celebratory drink. In 2008, Anheuser-Busch and InBev combined to become A-B InBev. In 2011, Payette Brewing, and Independent Craft Brewery, was born. And in 2017, the Brewers Association launched Take Craft Back.

What are we doing about this campaign? On December 5th, beer lovers near and far celebrate the ratification of the 21st Amendment, but here at Payette Brewing, we’re doing more than that. We’re also celebrating the Take Craft Back campaign – a modern day repeal in the brewing industry. During this event, enjoy delicious TRUE CRAFT brews, learn more about Take Craft Back and sign their pledge. We’ll be giving away some Take Craft Back swag if you can show us that you’ve joined the movement and signed the pledge!

Can’t make it on Tuesday but still want to sign the pledge? Head to, watch the video, become informed and sign the pledge! Spread the word and drink good craft beer! Be on the lookout for the Independent Craft Beer seal on products and at breweries to ensure that you’re drinking true craft brews.

Beer 101 CourseAbout Payette Brewing Company:
Founded in Boise, ID by Michael Francis in 2010, Payette Brewing Company is proud to be Idaho’s largest brewery. The brewery currently runs a 60-barrel brewing system and offers seven year-round beers, seasonal releases, various beers in the Ales of No Return series and rotating twenty-two ounce bottle series. Payette opened their second production facility in Downtown Boise in June of 2016. Beer fans are encouraged to follow Payette’s social media for the latest updates or visit

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