Aylesbury's Craftyard to donate beer to emergency workers for free

In a wonderful gesture to NHS and keyworkers around Aylesbury Vale, Craftyard gin bar will be donating all of their beer to NHS and emergency workers during the coronavirus pandemic.

By Thomas Bamford
Monday, 23rd March 2020, 12:19 pm
Updated Monday, 23rd March 2020, 12:20 pm
Craftyard are giving away beer to emergency workers for free.
Craftyard are giving away beer to emergency workers for free.

Like many other businesses in Aylesbury's hospitality sector Craftyard have been forced to shut because of the threat of Covid19 transmission.

However, the owner Sarah Jayne Cook is looking to make light in a bad situation, by helping out all emergency workers who are putting their lives on the line to keep us safe.

She said: "We have 10 beer taps full of Craftbeer & Peroni, it would so sad to throw it away and as our emergency services are working so hard and currently right up against it day & night so we thought we would love to donate it to them free... obviously!

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"We have a few 1 & 2 litre empty growler fill bottles here, or if they bring an empty bottle we will fill it up.

"Please get the word out for us, hopefully it will give all our amazing Emergency service operatives an opportunity to relax after their long shifts, or if they are lucky enough to get a rest day to help un-wind, they deserve it."

Workers will have to bring their ID cards.

Please call Sarah Jayne Cook on 07957300759 for more information.

What an amazing gesture!