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Journeys + Sidequests: a bottle club for the adventurous drinker. 2020 subscriptions open now!

Join for the discount.
Stay for the community.

Fair State Co-op members get happy hour pricing all day, every day. But what we think is really special is that membership brings you into our fold. It gives you access to members-only events, first dibs on special bottles, the ability to vote on the direction of the brewery, and introduces you to a whole crew of friendly faces at the taproom.

What are our Member Benefits?

our Co-op values

Open and Voluntary Membership

For us, that means that anyone can become a member.

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Democratic Member Control

Any member can run for our Board, and the Board is elected by our members

Members’ Economic Participation

Our members contribute to the capital structure of the cooperative through their initial member dues — their participation got us off the ground and supports our continued evolution.

Autonomy and Independence

Fair State Co-op is an independent business. We’re not owned by some shadowy corporate overlords; it’s just us running the show.

Education, Training, and Information

We hold periodic events about what co-ops are for folks thinking about joining, and we keep our members updated about the state of the business at our Annual Meeting. Keep an eye on our Happenings page for those events!

Co-op Happenings

Cooperation Among Cooperatives

We love our fellow co-ops! In fact, if you’re a member of any local co-op, your first beer is half off every Monday.

Concern for Community

Our Cooperates partners receive 10% of CROWLER sales, and we’re proud to organize monthly volunteer opportunities that allow folks to engage in our local community.

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP

$200 Lifetime Membership.
Become a member with ten $20 monthly payments.
Gift Memberships also available.

HOUSEHOLD MEMBERSHIP

$300 Lifetime Membership.
Become a member with ten $30 monthly payments.
Gift Memberships also available.

Questions?

If you have any questions, check out our Member Bylaws, our Board’s Policy Register, or just email.