Drew Estate has cancelled all 2020 Barn Smoker events due to concerns about COVID-19. As a consolation, Drew Estate has launched the "Barn Smoker Goodwill Act of 2020." There will also be a series of virtual events at the scheduled time of the original events open to anyone.
The dates for each of the 2018 Barn Smoker events from Drew Estate have been announced. The Barn Smokers are meant to highlight the American tobacco experience and bring the cigar smoker to the barn to teach them about the ins and outs of tobacco growing, processing, and manufacture. Drew Estate is adding Pennsylvania to the Barn Smoker lineup in 2018, specifically in Strasburg, PA on June 23rd. This event will be highlighted by the introduction of a new test blend that will feature a Pennsylvania Broadleaf wrapper.
Drew Estate has cancelled their upcoming Barn Smoker Live virtual event, which was going to take place November 14th. The cancellation is due to the recent increase in COVID-19 cases in Florida.
Drew Estate released details today of it's 2020 Barn Smoker event schedule. This year, locations will include events in Florida, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Kentucky and Louisiana. The Drew Estate Barn Smoker shows of the American Tobacco Experience, educating consumers on growing and processing tobacco, and manufacturing premium cigars. It also serves to raise awareness for Cigars for Warriors, a 501(c)(3) charity, whose sole focus is to support the American military .Tickets are available for purchase at www.barnsmoker.com and you can learn more about Barn Smokers via Instagram.com/debarnsmoker and facebook.com/barnsmoker
Miami, FL – Today, Drew Estate announced the 2016 Barn Smoker Program, which includes the new Florida Barn Smoker as well as the annual Connecticut Barn Smoker and Kentucky Barn Smoker. Barn Smokers are a completely unique experience, bringing the cigar smoker to the farm level, where they experience first-hand tobacco growing, processing, and finishing.