Video: Winter Rail Jam at Appalachian Mountain Brewery, Boone, North Carolina, Dec. 5

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It’s officially ski season, and Appalachian Mountain Brewery is here to help you say hello to the snow! The 2014 Winter Rail Jam, hosted at Appalachian Mountain Brewery in Boone, North Carolina, is ready to put your skills to the test this Saturday, December 5.

The competition is open to all skiers and snowboarders of any level, novice and experts alike. The winners of each Beginner and Advanced category in skiing or snowboarding will walk, or glide, away with cash! Even all you klutzes out there have a shot  to win – the best wipe-out earns its own prize.

Farm to Flame Pizza, App Terrain Park, and Alpine Ski Shop will join Appalachian Mountain Brewery in sponsoring this breakout event. All competitors can chow down on Farm to Flame cheese pizza and AMB brews after the competition, enjoy App Terrain Park’s rail and box jam designs, and check out Alpine Ski Shop gear.

Competition fees are only $10 per person, and all proceeds from the event will benefit local nonprofit organization OASIS (Opposing Abuse with Service, Information, and Shelter). Come out to Appalachian Mountain Brewery this weekend for a good cause and good fun.

For even more incentive, check out this promo video for the event. Get psyched on snow!

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