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Knights of Winter

Knights of Winter

Knights of Winter

Who are the Knights of Winter?
I believe that the Knights of Winter are individuals who lead with courage and determination through difficult seasons. War-time generals, Entreprenuers, Artists, Moms, Dads, Teachers- anyone who is standing for something they believe in, and who shares it with those around them. I believe that every person can be a light, an example, or a leader to someone who looks up to them, and I believe that if you are willing to take on the mantle of leading bravely though a cold, dark season of life- then you too are a Knight of Winter.

This year’s Knights of Winter Event is being held at 13 Stripes Brewery in Taylors, SC on 1/28/23 at 5pm est. We’ve made a limited collectors cup for the occasion featuring artwork titled “Future World” by local artist Zach Landrum of Oldesoul.co.
In honor of the occasion, we wrote a short story inspired by the artwork.

The Knights of Winter ‘23 cup will be available for Purchase on 1/27 @ 7pm EST.

"As the snow blanketed the battlefield, Colonel George Washington huddled next to the fire, trying to stay warm. The winter evening was bitter cold, but he knew he couldn't let it defeat him. He had a duty to his men and to his country to see this revolution through to the end. With a determination in his heart, he stood up, his eyes scanning the horizon. He knew that the fight for freedom would be a long and difficult one, but he also knew that it was worth it. The sacrifices they were making now would pave the way for a new nation, one built on liberty and justice for all.

As he trudged through the snow, his thoughts turned to his fellow soldiers, brave men who were also battling the cold and the enemy. He knew that they looked to him for inspiration and he would not let them down.

With every step, he pushed through the pain and the fatigue, knowing that he was a symbol of hope to his men. He would not falter, he would not give up. He would lead by example and show them that nothing, not even the freezing cold, could stop them from achieving their goal.

As the night wore on and the cold seemed to seep into his bones, Colonel Washington took a sip of his beer. The warm liquid filled him with a renewed sense of strength and determination. He knew that as long as he had his men by his side and the fire of freedom burning in his heart, he would be able to brave any storm and come out victorious."

"Raise a can to the brave men and women who fought for our freedom, cheers to them"

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