Six local breweries, including makers of our Oat-Bituary Stout, are teaming up to support tipped workers

By Shannon Sweeney — / Death Wish Coffee Blog

How you can help hospitality workers around Saratoga Springs, New York

A first-person view of someone holding a four-pack of "Negative Input" beer in black and silver cans
Photo from @northwaybrewingco on Instagram.

Six breweries right in our background are teaming up to help tipped hospitality workers out of work due to the coronavirus pandemic. The goal? To stay "Brewnited" and to support our communities through this challenging time. 

Brewnited is made up of six Upstate New York breweries near Saratoga Springs, NY: Northway Brewing Co., the makers of our Oat-Bituary Stout, Druthers Brewing Co., Adirondack Brewery, Artisinal Brew Works, and Common Roots Brewing Company.

A black beer label for "Negative Input," a beer made together by 6 breweries near Saratoga Springs NY
Above: The label for Negative Input, made by six local breweries to help support tip workers who are out of work. 

All of the profits from the sales of the collaboration beer called "Negative Input" at these locations will be distributed to local tipped workers who are currently not working.

This 6-brewer American Lager was inspired by the idea that we can take negative input and turn it into something positive. 

Additionally, you can make a donation directly on the website. Visit the Brewnited website for more information. 


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