Breweries come together world wide to help in Coronavirus Pandemic

Drink Beer and help those in need during the coronavirus pandemic!

300 breweries are helping by using one beer recipe. Other Half Brewing Company in New York City created a unique recipe for their All Together IPA. They then shared that recipe with breweries around the world and now hundreds of breweries are selling the special beer to raise money for essential workers.

According to the website:

All Together is a worldwide, open-ended beer collaboration created to raise support for the industry we love so much.It's an effort to raise awareness and provide relief, even in the smallest way, to those who are struggling. We're inviting any brewer, from any corner of the planet to participate. The recipe is open source, the artwork is public, and the name is yours to use. The goal is to provide you with the tools to make the beer at the lowest possible cost.

We ask that a portion of the proceeds go to supporting hospitality professionals in your community.The rest should go to keeping you in business to weather this storm. For us, proceeds will go to the Restaurant Workers Community Foundation. As much as this is about raising money, this is also an exercise in awareness so that local communities can understand how daily life has been upended for those that rely on social gathering to make a living.

At the end of the day, this is about what it's always been about—community. While we may not be able to come together in person right now, that spirit can never be taken away from us. If we do our part to protect and support each other, that spirit can actually be strengthened.

Search #AllTogetherBeer to see what breweries are already part

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