Burnt Timber Brewing & Tavern and Wright Museum to Partner in June

In June, Burnt Timber Brewing & Tavern in Wolfeboro renews its longstanding partnership with the Wright Museum as Business Partner of the month. The partnership is part of the museum’s Business Partner program.

During the month of June, Burnt Timber will provide a 20% discount on the alcohol portion of any bill to those who show a Wright Museum receipt, admission sticker, or member card. In return, The Wright will provide half off admission for up to two people in one party with a Burnt Timber Tavern receipt, dated June 1 through June 30.

According to Eddie Michno, owner of Burnt Timber, which recently opened an outdoor “beer garden,” the opportunity to again work with The Wright reflects a long-term commitment to the community. “We want everyone in town to work together,” he said. “It creates a better experience for locals and visitors.”

Mike Culver, executive director of The Wright, said he appreciates Burnt Timber’s support, which he said translates into more visitors. “I know they send people to other businesses and talk about us to their customers,” he said. “That word of mouth referral is huge for us, especially from a place like Burnt Timber, which is becoming a destination in town.”

The region’s leading resource for educators and learners of all ages on World War II, the Wright Museum features more than 14,000 items in its collection that are representative of both the homefront and battlefield. 

To learn more about Burnt Timber Brewing & Tavern, located just minutes from The Wright in Wolfeboro, click here.