Glasgow-based brewery Drygate is set to reward beer fans with pint-sized gifts for Random Acts of Kindness day.

With Scotland recently declared the kindest part of the UK, the popular brewing company is out to preserve that legacy with a campaign to promote random acts of kindness in Glasgow.

Embarking on a mission to make Glasgow the kindest city in the UK, Drygate is launching a beer-fuelled campaign to reward good deeds with great brews.

The brewery will be giving away hundreds of pints in exchange for stories of goodwill this Random Acts of Kindness Day on 17th February.

Glaswegians can nominate deserving individuals on Drygate’s Twitter and Facebook pages.

Both nominator and nominee will receive a free pint of Disco Forklift Truck, its signature mango pale ale, at the Drygate bar as a reward.

Drygate is also hitting the streets of Glasgow, with teams visiting members of local businesses and community to reward their kindness with beer.

Beers can be redeemed via a unique two-part voucher, designed to be divided and shared in order to bring people together over a pint.

The special vouchers can also be purchased and shared with a friend via Drygate’s website.

Drygate is donating all proceeds from voucher sales to the Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH). This new initiative is the latest charity project to come from Drygate’s Bearface Trust, as it moves forward in its mission of making beer a power for good.

How people can get involved:

  • To make a Random Acts of Kindness nomination, head over to Drygate’s Twitter and Facebook page:

  • Random Acts of Kindness vouchers are available for purchase at www.drygate.com from 17th February 2020.

  • Both purchaser and recipient will receive their half of the voucher by email and must present at the bar. Each will receive a pint of Disco Forklift Truck OR any other core range beers OR a soft drink.

  • The voucher costs £8 and is valid until 31/12/2020.

About The Author

Sean Murphy

Driven by a passion for all things drinks-related, Sean writes for The Scotsman extensively on the subject. He can also sometimes be found behind the bar at the world famous Potstill bar in Glasgow where he continues to enhance his whisky knowledge built up over 10 years advising customers from all over the world on the wonders of our national drink. Recently, his first book was published. Dubbed Gin Galore, it explores Scotland's best gins and the stories behind those that make them.

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