The Scottish brewers have canned water ready to give to vaccine centres.

BrewDog are offering plastic-free cans of water to coronavirus vaccination centres for free.

As the coronavirus vaccination programme continues to be rolled out across the country, BrewDog is offering pre-packaged water to centres for free.

Due to safety measures, those attending a vaccination centre can’t bring water with them, and there can be a wait for the jag.

Announcing the giveaway, co-founder James Watt posted on his social media: “Several vaccination centres have been in touch requesting packaged water from @BrewDog

“Due to C-19 safety measures people can’t bring water on site so we provided a solution which is free of charge & plastic free. If any vaccination centres would like some please get in touch!”

At the start of 2021, the brewers offered their bars as spaces in which to roll out the coronavirus vaccine, with co-founder James Watt tweeting Nicola Sturgeon and Matt Hancock.

Mr Watt tweeted: “Hi @MattHancock & @NicolaSturgeon. We would like to offer our closed @BrewDog venues to help with a quick roll out of the vaccine. For free.”

The chain which has bars in Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee, Inverurie, Perth, Peterhead, St Andrews and Stirling as well as various other locations across the UK hopes to offer up its spaces as their ‘ace team’ are keen to help in the fight against the virus.

BrewDog also recently brought back their golden can giveaway, which launched again on 12 February.

Overall there are 20 BrewDog gold cans to be won in total, each worth £15,000, plus £10,000 of equity shares – equating to a £25,0000 prize for each winner.

The BrewDog gold cans rush 2021 kicks off with a Hazy Jane gold can, of which there are five, hidden in Hazy Jane multipacks of beer.

 

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