In the early days of curling, after a game on the frozen lochs of Scotland, curlers would get together, stack their brooms near the fire, share a tasty beverage and socialize.


This tradition, known as Broomstacking, is one of the greatest tradition in sports and is still alive today from the social club league level all the way up to the World Championships and Olympics.


Continue this tradition today. If your team wins, buy your opponent a drink and discuss the game.


A lot of knowledge and history gets passed down during these times and Broomstacking truly is


"The Spirit of Curling"


The Spirit of Curling