The Bold Patriot Club: The Patriot Club is an annual membership club valid for the member of record . Patriot Club members enjoy regular savings on beer by the glass, on 4-pack can purchases, merchandise and special Member Only events held throughout the year.  The membership fee is $75.00 annually (or $125 for a duel membership) renewable on the membership anniversary date. Benefits of Club Membership include: Save $1.00 off per pour on 20 oz pours every day. Save $2.00 on 4-Packs. Save 25% on Bold Patriot merchandise (T-shirts, logo glassware, and other items to be released). Other benefits will be forthcoming as the Bold Patriot Club continues to mature. Patriot Club Memberships are purchased at our Tasting Room in Nashville. When you receive your membership card keep it with you to show if asked when you are visiting our tasting room to confirm your membership.
The Founder’s Core Principles: • Small, Limited Government • Maximum Personal Liberties • Individual Property Rights • Free-Market Economics
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Bold Patriot Brewing Company Patriot Club: The Patriot Club is an annual membership club valid for the member of record. Patriot Club members enjoy regular savings on beer by the glass, on 4-pack crowler purchases, merchandise and special Member Only events held throughout the year.  The membership fee is $75.00 annually ($125 for a duel membership) renewable on the membership anniversary date. Benefits of Club Membership include: Save $1.00 off per pour on 20 oz pours every day. Save $2.00 on 4-Packs. Save 25% on Bold Patriot merchandise (T-shirts, logo glassware, and other items to be released). Other benefits will be forthcoming as the Patriot Club continues to mature. Patriot Club Memberships are purchased at our Tasting Room in Nashville. When you receive your membership card keep it with you to show if asked when you are visiting our tasting room to confirm your membership.
410 39th Avenue North, Nashville, TN 37209
The Founder’s Core Principles: Small, Limited Government Maximum Personal Liberties Individual Property Rights Free-Market Economics