Weldwerks Brewing Co. will be hosting a walk-in COVID vaccination clinic later this month in an effort to encourage more vaccinations statewide.

According to a press release, the Greeley-based brewery is partnering with Weld County Department of Public Health & Environment to host a walk-in vaccination clinic on Saturday, May 22 from 1 to 5:30 p.m. at WeldWerks.

Those that receive the vaccine will be rewarded with one free draft pour, as well as a limited edition “I Got Vaccinated” 16-oz can of beer to take home.

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“Since the start of the pandemic, WeldWerks has been fully committed to doing whatever we can to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Last spring, that meant closing our taproom for on-site service before it was mandated and then quickly pivoting to help produce and distribute over 5,000 gallons of hand sanitizer," said WeldWerks Co-Owner and Head Brewer Neil Fisher, as per the press release. “Now, as vaccine appointments are going unfilled across Colorado and availability is no longer a limiting factor, we're seeing a strong correlation between higher case rates in counties where there are lower vaccination rates.”
If you've already been vaccinated, you can also bring your vaccination card to the brewery beginning May 22 to receive your free can of “I Got Vaccinated.” This limited edition batch of the brewery’s flagship Hazy IPA Juicy Bits will be available to one can per person, while supplies last.

“We're hoping we can lend our voice to highlight the value and importance of getting vaccinated, not just for the benefit of individuals, but for the sake of our entire community", Fisher said as per the release. “With updated guidance from the CDC regarding masks, vaccinations provide the most effective and expedient path for a return to normalcy—and that includes bustling taprooms.”

 

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