21 Sep 2021 2:00 AM +00:00

"Honorary Brewer" Hand Stamp Added To The Burning Crusade Classic As An Alternative Way For Players To Earn Brewfest Mounts

Blizzard has introduced a new item on the Brewfest currency vendor, which allows players to outright buy a Brewfest ram, instead of needing to rely on a random drop from the seasonal boss Coren Direbrew.

The mount is still only available for the duration of Brewfest, which is currently underway and ends on the 4th of October, and will possibly never be added again.

There is also only a Ram mount a player can buy, meaning Horde players will find it easier to earn previously Alliance-only mounts, and Alliance players will not have an option to get the Horde's Kodo unless they are lucky from Coren Direbrew.

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The mount will cost players 600 Brewfest Prize Tokens, so players who want the mount will still need to actively participate in daily quests to earn the mount before Brewfest disappears on the 4th of October.

Read more: Classic Burning Crusade: Brewfest Guide 2021: New Mounts And Trinkets.

Honorary Brewer" Hand Stamp Added To The Burning Crusade Classic As An Alternative Way For Players To Earn Brewfest Mounts

Once 600 tokens are obtained, players can travel to their local token redeemer at their Factions Brewfest grounds; Blix Fixwidget for the Horde, and Belbi Quickswitch for the Alliance.

The item will begin a quest that allows players to buy either the Brewfest Ram (60%) or the Swift Brewfest Ram (100%).

This is a new addition to the Classic version of World of Warcraft only, as this was how the mounts were obtained in the very first Brewfest back in 2007, before being added to Coren Direbrew's loot table.

Because of this, the 60% Brewfest Ram is extremely rare and there is a chance won't be purchasable ever again after this year's Brewfest Celebrations end on the 4th of October.