I am no lush by any means, but my alcohol consumption has increased over the last few weeks. Can you blame me when we’ve all been told to avoid our favorite places and favorite people? I see nothing wrong with cracking open a couple of cold ones or playing bartender by utilizing spirits, especially when it means that I’m supporting COVID-19 relief efforts for our furloughed hospitality workers.
Two local joints are doing what they can to give back to those who have been affected by the pandemic!
In case you notice some Fireside cans with a different look, we're working with @TheMax981 and @901ajax to help @ediblememphis' Memphis Food Industry Emergency Workers Assistance Fund: https://t.co/WWwu6jQAYY
— Memphis Made Brewing (@MemphisMadeBrew) April 28, 2020
The cans will be available at hundreds of retailers in Shelby County, such as Kroger, Trader Joe’s, Buster’s Liquors & Wines, Joe’s Wines and Liquor, Cash Saver, Superlo Foods, Cordelia’s Market, Fresh Market, Corks Wine & Spirits, and more.
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Let’s continue to #RaiseSpirits, Memphis! $5.00 from EVERY #OldDominick bottle purchase at participating Memphis area liquor stores will be donated to the Welcome to Memphis COVID-19 fund, providing assistance to those in our local Hospitality industry who have lost employment due to the pandemic. Thank you to our local partners for helping us raise spirits: @tricorbraun, @welcometo901, @championpromotion, @athens_memphis. #choose901 #memphistn #memphishelpingmemphis #olddominickdistillery #chooselocal #memphis #taste901togo
Feeling a little down? Allow Old Dominick to #RaiseYourSpirits! For every OD bottle-purchase made at participating Memphis area liquor stores, $5 will go to the Welcome to Memphis COVID-19 Fund, providing assistance to Hospitality workers who have lost employment due to the pandemic.