UNIVERSAL MUG CLUB
As a member of the BDC, you're part of a tribe that strives to drink better, live healthier, and empower others to do the same. #BecauseHangoversSuck. Here, you're among friends.
When you join the BDC, you unlock access to the Universal Mug Club and its perks in local mug clubs and other benefits at BDC's growing network of supporting establishments (listed below). Where available, you'll be able to drink out of BDC's own personal mug! At others, you'll receive discounts on food, drinks, and/or merch. These locations believe in contributing to building a better drinking culture, and want to recognize you by providing an enhanced experience when you visit.
Up-to-date perks and instructions on how to redeem them at each establishment are listed within the app. Know an establishment that might be a great fit for the Universal Mug Club. Introduce us!
HOW IT WORKS
STEP 1: After joining and downloading BDC's web-based mobile app, you'll be prompted to personalize your virtual membership card for immediate access to the Universal Mug Club
STEP 2: Visit any supporting establishment (see list below) to enjoy their perks offered to the BDC, and flash your virtual membership card if asked
STEP 3: Earn a $10 reward for each friend you refer to join the Universal Mug Club (when they enter your name when they register)
$5 per month (recurring)
$50 for an annual membership (one-time, up front)
Price will increase on a sliding scale gradually over time as new establishments are added and the value of the UMC increases
WHAT YOU GET / PERKS
Exclusive specials on beer, spirits, food, and merch at your favorite breweries, distilleries, bars, and restaurants
Discounts at affiliated health/lifestyle brands (will evolve with the program)
Discounts on BDC apparel and swag
Intimate connection to a tribe of passionate, health-focused drinkers
For every Universal Mug Club membership sold, BDC will gift a copy of our book, The Drinker’s Manifesto, to a local college student on their 21st birthday to educate them about what a healthier relationship with alcohol looks like
Do social good by helping change the drinking culture in your community as a pioneer in the BDC movement
Set the example for the next generation of drinkers