WeldWerks Is Now Making and Donating Hand Sanitizer
With breweries deemed essential businesses under Governor Polis's Stay-At-Home Order, businesses like WeldWerks can keep their production moving forward.
We're especially glad that the brewery is still open, because while they're still churning out their delicious, award-winning brews for to-go sales, they also decided to do a little bit of good.
In a Facebook post, WeldWerks Brewing Company explained to customers that they can still place orders online for to-go, but they also announced that they're making hand sanitizer for local first responders. In the post, they say the following:
Finally, as a small way for us to continue to help where we can, we have made nearly 700 4 oz bottles of hand sanitizer to donate to the public. We are donating the vast majority to the Greeley Fire Department and Weld County Office of Emergency Management so that they can distribute it to the first responders and medical personnel that need it most. But we do have a few bottles available to pickup for free from the brewery (no purchase required), so if you NEED a bottle feel free to stop by to grab one.
You can read the full post on their Facebook page right here. Don't forget to support your local breweries during this crazy time: you can find out which ones are still open at the link below!