Olfest Puck Hunt Rules and Clues
Find the Ølfest Puck and win free beer all year!
Somewhere within the city limits of Northwood nestles a puck; another one hides elsewhere in Worth County. Either of the Ølfest Pucks earns the finder $25 in Worth Brewing Bucks.
We’ll provide clues each day from Jan. 26 through Olfest, or until a puck is discovered.
1. One puck is hidden within the city of Northwood. One puck is hidden outside of Northwood but within Worth County. The pucks are not hidden on private residential property. Please don’t disturb or trespass on private property.
2. The pucks are above ground but no more than 9 feet high, although it may be obscured by snow, brush or other material.
3. No Worth Brewing Company employees or direct family are eligible to participate.
4. The pucks may be discovered any time between Jan. 26 and Feb. 1 at 8 p.m. Clues will be disseminated through social media beginning on January 26 until each puck is found. Please notify Worth Brewing Company immediately upon finding a puck as a courtesy to other hunters.
5. The winners are declared when the official Ølfest pucks are presented to and authenticated by Worth Brewing staff at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 1, 2020. (Finders need not be present to win, but must turn pucks in before 8 p.m. on Feb. 1.
6. Each Ølfest puck winner will receive $25 in Worth Brewing Bucks. If more than one individual wins (a team for instance), the team is responsible for distributing the $25 equitably. The Grand Winners will be announced at 8 p.m. on Ølfest.
7. Play is open to all ages and no purchase is required to participate.
8. Players hunt at their own risk. Worth Brewing Company and its affiliates are not responsible for injury, arrest, frostbite or bad manners.
Clue Day 1: The City Slicker likes to be in a central location. His country cousin prefers a park setting.
Clue Day 2: Take a stroll down the walkway and you may find a Worth Brewing Bucks payday. It won’t take a scholar to find a dollar.
Clue Day 3: Our friends are in a snowy lair, but just below the surface to be fair.
Clue 4: Our Puck Buddies enjoy park views. Our City friend has a panoramic vista from the ground, the country cousin sits above it all.
Clue 5: Some of our pucks’ favorite tunes: Bridge over Troubled Waters and Stairway to Heaven.
Clue 6: All the worry about being found has made our city slicker bushed. His country cousin is just grillin’ and chillin’.
Clue 7: Last Day Clue: It’s not Worth looking east of Hwy 65.
Michael Bachtle discovered the city puck on Clue Day 6. It was at the base of the southernmost bush, next to the stairway by the Stromstein Building on Central Ave. in Northwood.