Aussies Can Shout A Four-Pack Of Beer For An Essential Worker
Essential workers on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic are going above and beyond to help us at the moment.
Whether it's teachers, aged care workers, supermarket staff, emergency services workers and healthcare workers, etc; they're all pulling long shifts under these tough times.
So, if you wanted to say thank you to these people, now is your chance.
The Good Beer Co has launched an initiative, which allows you to buy a four-pack of beer and send it to an essential worker.
It'll cost you $20 to send beer and include a message, which will no doubt be a welcome gift from someone who has been working hard.
The Good Beer Co Founder James Grugeon said: "The good people working in our essential services have always been there for us and right now they are who are keeping our country going. 'A Good Beer Always Helps' is about showing them how much we appreciate them.
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"There are so many essential workers on the front line - nurses, doctors, health administration, pharmacists, allied health, ward assistants and cleaners, police, fire and ambos, aged care facility and home care workers; school teachers; supermarket workers; and many other providing frontline services right now and they need to know we appreciate everything they are doing for us."
The beers that will be available for the offer include: Newstead Brewing Co, Sparkke, Modus Operandi Brewing, Capital Brewing Co, Stomping Ground Brewing Co, Otherside Brewing Co and Van Diemen Brewing. If you want to send non-alcoholic beer then you can go with, Sobah, Australia's first non-alcoholic craft beer company.
None of the partners involved in the campaign will be making a profit; it's purely just a way to say thanks to people who are working to keep us safe and supplied during the pandemic.
So, if you know of someone who could seriously use a couple of beers at the moment, then send it on through with a nice message.
If you're one of those people listed above and are keen to receive a four-pack of beer from a complete stranger then register your intent with The Good Beer Company. That way, people who don't know someone on the frontlines can still send some frothies to someone.
Featured Image Credit: Newstead Brewing Co