Bale Breaker’s taproom is temporarily closed to the public, but we are running curbside pickup hours every Thurs/Friday from 3-6pm and Saturday from 12-5pm. Click here for this week's menu.
In order to make sure our staff and community are staying safe, we've only allowed pre-filled growler sales at our weekly Drive-Thru, without any exchanges. However, we're hearing you loud and clear when you mention that you've just got too many growlers! So see below for a few ideas on how to repurpose these growlers, or feel free to drop them off with us. We won't be able to re-fill it just yet, but we'd be happy to take back any of your Bale Breaker growlers that you're sick of seeing stacked up at home. See you tomorrow from 12-5pm!
Very easy: turn a growler into a vase
Toss some flowers in a growler and call it a vase. Let this amazing Wildflower arrangement from The Knot be your inspo.
Pretty easy: DIY a mosquito repellent growler lantern
Summer nights in the backyard with a cold beer are probably one of our top 3 favorite things in the world. But no one wants a night full of mosquitos. Add some citronella to your growler, drill the cap, and grab a tiki torch replacement wick – and voila! A growler mosquito repellent lantern! Get the tutorial from Yeah Vintage.
Medium difficulty: upcycle your growler into a lamp
Similarly to the above lantern, this cute lamp is pretty easy as long as you’re okay using a drill and can procure a bottle lamp kit and have an extra lamp shade sitting around. Get the tutorial over on MichaeliMarler.com.
For the craftiest DIYers: turn a growler into a succulent planter
We found this amazing bottle DIY that we’d love to see someone do with a growler. A little more difficult than the previous tutorials, and, full disclosure, no idea if the process changes with a growler vs. a wine bottle. If you do give this a try, be sure to be safe and also to tag us and let us know how it looks! Get the growler succulent planter tutorial over on Kreating Homes.
Posted June 12, 2020