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Fyne Ales has teamed up with a group of UK breweries to offer the chance to buy a pint for the NHS!
The Covid-19 pandemic has NHS staff to the frontline and we wanted to find a way to support them - while we don’t have an abundance of equipment or raw materials to donate, we do make some decent beer.
A collection of independent breweries, all working hard to keep going during these difficult times, have agreed to a simple idea - offer the chance to buy a pint of beer for a member of NHS staff. It’s a pay-it-forward system that gives thanks to the NHS workers and supports small beer businesses in the UK.
NHS workers are true heroes and deserve to be rewarded once this crisis has passed, so for every 'Buy The NHS A Pint' purchased on each of our online shops in the coming weeks, we'll add £5 to a bar tab to be redeemed by NHS staff or registered volunteers once lockdown restrictions have been relaxed.
The small group of breweries leading this initiative are spread around the UK, so you can support breweries and NHS workers in a number of areas around the country:
- Fyne Ales (Scotland)
- Wylam (North East)
- Cloudwater (North West)
- North Brewing Co (Yorkshire)
- Verdant & Left Handed Giant (South West)
- Deya (West Midlands)
- Duration (East Anglia)
- Gipsy Hill (South East)
- Boundary (Northern Ireland)
With our Brewery Tap being a little bit out of the way, we plan to share any donations received between a few bar tabs - one for our bar in Argyll, and a couple at partner pubs in Glasgow and Edinburgh (TBC at a later date) so that we can offer rewards to as many NHS workers and volunteers as possible. Any unused donations will be passed on to NHS charities.
Thank you in advance for supporting this cause. Together we’re stronger and we will get through this. In the meantime: Stay safe. Stay Home. Stay positive, and save lives.
Cheers to the NHS!