Detroit, April 7, 2021– Showing its continuing support for on-going COVID-19 vaccinations, Detroit’s Atwater Brewery is announcing its ‘Shot and a Beer’ promotion.
For a limited time, Atwater Biergarten and Taphouse guests can show their vaccination card and get any Atwater draught or canned beer for just a buck! And, if you thought that was great, Atwater is offering all vaccinated health care and front line workers the same beer for just a dime! So, whether its $1.00 or $0.10, there may never be a better time to drop in at one of Atwater’s three locations to take advantage of this promotion and enjoy your favorite Atwater beer!
“When COVID first hit, Atwater was proud to be able to quickly pivot to hand sanitizer production, much of which we donated to first responders, health care workers and others on the COVID front lines,” said Mark Rieth, Atwater Brewery president. “It feels like this Shot and a Beer promotion has us coming full circle. Like everyone else, we hope that these vaccines represent the beginning of the end of COVID’s disruption.”
Guests at any of Atwater’s three locations can choose their favorite Atwater beer or seltzer with their vaccination card. Limit one per person, for a limited time only.
“We thought the Shot and a Beer promotion was a fun way to celebrate the continued vaccine rollout. The pandemic has been hard on all of us, so why not raise a cold brew once you’ve been vaccinated?,” said Rieth. “This is also our opportunity to raise a glass with all those people on the COVID front lines.”
Atwater’s Biergarden and Taphouse locations:
- Atwater Detroit: 237 Jos Campau, Detroit, MI., 48207
- Atwater Grosse Pointe: 1175 Lakepointe St., Grosse Pointe, MI., 48230
- Atwater Grand Rapids: 201 Michigan St. NW, Grnd Rapids, MI., 49503
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