Grocery store staff, truck drivers, first responders, law enforcement, health care professionals, and other essential workers continue to put themselves at risk for the sake of society. To say ‘thank you’ for their efforts amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a Boulder-based brewery is deciding to give back by dishing out some free suds to workers on the frontline.
An announcement posted to the Avery Brewing website states that the company will be giving away free beer to Boulder County “frontline workers,” including healthcare, police, fire, EMS, delivery drivers, grocery store and other food service employees who are working amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A report from the Daily Camera puts the number of cases to be given away at 4,000. With each case containing 24 beers, that’s 96,000 beers!
The brewery also posted a message of thanks to their website saying, “Thank you to all our frontline workers for everything you are doing to keep us all safe!”
The brewery is offering 1 free case of Stampede (two 12-packs), while supplies last. Orders can be placed online. Pick up hours for to-go beer are from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays with ID and proof of employment in the Boulder County ‘frontline’ industry. Find more details here. 21+ only.
Want to get beer for the whole team? Leave a note at check-out.
EDITOR’S NOTE: If you see a grocery store cashier or any other frontline worker this week, please remember to thank them. They are working tirelessly around the clock to restock shelves and fulfill online orders.