Tin Whiskers Brew Offered Frontline Workers Discount on Beer

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Tin Whiskers Brew Offered Frontline Workers Discount on Beer

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To thank those risking their health for the benefit of others, Tin Whiskers Brewing Co. in Saint Paul, Minnesota showed their appreciation by offering a discount on take-out beer to frontline workers. They included health care workers, educators, first responders, service industry workers, postal workers, and public transit workers in their list, and were open to suggestions to add to that list. While a discount on beer doesn't make up for all the work these individuals do, it is a nice gesture to show appreciation during this challenging time. Given that those working in this brewery are also service industry workers, they recognize the risks and difficulties that frontline workers have been experiencing, and wanted to make it clear how much these people do for society.

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We want to extend a HUGE thank you to all of the frontline workers out there who have helped us all get through the past 11+ months. Starting immediately, all frontline workers get $2 off crowlers when you swing by our crowler shop. Just let us know you qualify when you're checking out (in-store only), and we'll activate your discount.

What constitutes a frontline worker?
--Health Care Workers
--First Responders
--Grocery/Retail/Pharmacy/Liquor Store Employees
--Bar/Brewery/Restaurant Service Industry
--Postal Service/Delivery
--Public Transit Workers

If we missed a field, let us know! We definitely want to thank you too.

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