#draftgram: Submit your Instagrams to our contest
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#draftgram: Submit your Instagrams to our contest

We want your photos inspired by the theme "beer and food." Here's how to submit them!
Home Beer #draftgram: Submit your Instagrams to our contest

We’ve seen what you can do on Instagram … now we want to print it in our magazine. DRAFT is seeking your best photos around the theme “beer and food” to publish in our May/June annual food issue. Get creative!

You’ll be credited in print, online and via social media; and receive print copies of the magazine (plus some other fun beer-related goodies, too). Here’s how to enter:

Submit the largest available photos (JPEG or TIFF files) to editorial@draftmag.com by March 9, 2016 with subject line #draftgram photo contest and include the following information:

  • Instagram account handle (required)
  • Your name (optional)
  • Caption (optional)
  • Mailing address (optional): Winners will have a copy of the issue mailed to them. This address will not be used for anything else.

Please note: Images must remain unpublished (please do not post to your Instagram or any other social media account) until May 1, 2016 to remain eligible.


Kate Bernot is DRAFT’s beer editor. Reach her at kate.bernot[at]draftmag.com.

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