the Brewery Alnwick Brewery Company distributes the excess beer to the locals, and as barter asked those wishing to make a donation to the National health service.
brewery Alnwick Brewery Company of Northumberland invited people to come with their containers and to recruit beer, and as barter asked those wishing to make a donation to the National health service (NHS).
According to the brewery, one man joked that “bring a tub”.
Because all the pubs and bars in the country are closed indefinitely, the brewery has accumulated dozens of barrels, each with a capacity of 40 liters.
“We’ve brewed beer for the Easter holidays. And suddenly, everything closed, and then we thought: what are we to do?” — said the owner of the company Ian Robinson.
Such “spill” in the previous two Fridays have helped to raise about 450 pounds (about 565 dollars), both in the brewery and in the shop, which is located in the nearest town of Alnwick.
“Someone came to us with two 20-liter vessels. People come with empty bottles under Coca-Cola and other miscellaneous containers. Humor jokes that are heard here in the queue is a separate issue,” says co-owner of the brewery, while noting that the rules of social distancing are strictly observed.
part of the employees dismissed in vacation by the state, though the brewery continues to operate.
in Addition to the funds Alnwick Brewery Company donated the main Newcastle General hospital and local nursing homes in the form of cakes, biscuits and hygiene items.