Here's your chance to help the National Parks and win some beer.

By Andrea Romano
Updated June 06, 2020
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The best way to toast Earth Day is with free beer.

April 22 marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, which also coincides with National Parks Week. But since many national parks are closed in an effort to stop the spread of coronavirus, there aren’t a lot of traditional ways to celebrate this little blue planet.

Instead of letting in visitors, Yellowstone National Park is hosting a livestream of its famous Old Faithful geyser so people can see the eruptions in action from the comfort of home. And since this is a very special Earth Day, Michelob ULTRA is offering beer lovers a chance to win free beer each time the geyser erupts.

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Michelob ULTRA’s “Gold Faithful” sweepstakes encourages people to watch the Old Faithful livestream and tweet at the beer brand using the hashtags #GoldFaithful and #Sweepstakes, and tag @MichelobULTRA for a chance to win. The best way to play is to watch the livestream itself and follow Michelob ULTRA on Twitter for updates. Entry periods only last five minutes after each eruption, so you have to be quick to tweet if you want to win. But, there are several chances to do so since Old Faithful will erupt several times today.

All participants must be over 21 years of age and be a legal resident of the United States, as well as have a Twitter account that is set to “Public.” According to the Michelob ULTRA website, the prize drawing will be held on Thursday, April 23, and will be for one $400.00 pre-paid debit card that can be used to purchase Michelob ULTRA Pure Gold for one year (cast value of two 24-pack cases a month for 12 months).

If you don’t win, you can still help the earth while also indulging in some tasty beer. Michelob ULTRA will be donating $1 for each case of Pure Gold sold beginning April 22 through May 22, 2020 to the National Park Foundation.

More information about the sweepstakes can be found on the Michelob ULTRA website and through the brand’s Twitter page. The Old Faithful livestream is up now on the National Park Service website.