Slow Pour Brewing Company says ‘thank you’ to nurses and doctors with free beer

The Lawrenceville brewery is offering a free six-pack to nurses and doctors on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic

A Lawrenceville brewery is doing its part to recognize the doctors and nurses on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.

Slow Pour Brewing Company is putting the finishing touches on their new Thank You Note pale ale, according to a post shared on its social media pages on April 15.

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“If you are on the front lines... you probably need a beer right now more than most,” the company said in the Instagram and Facebook post. “At Slow Pour we make beer and would love to give you a six pack on us to say thank you! Swing by the tap room and show us your badge and we will give you a six pack...its that simple! Be on the lookout for more details to come!”

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Owners John Reynolds and Marty Mazzawi told 11 Alive that health care workers can show an ID badge at the taproom to claim their free six-pack. Slow Pour Brewing Company is at 407 N. Clayton St.

The offer is already exciting professionals in the health care industry.

“This is great! I’m in Infectious Disease at Grady and it’s been rough these past few weeks,” someone commented on Instagram.

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On Facebook, someone wrote, “This is so great. I will stop by, but I will also purchase. I have needed a drink or two after a shift lately.”

People who are not medical professionals can still get a taste of the new brew. The limited release will also be available for purchase. Reynolds and Mazzawi told the news outlet that any cans that remain after health care workers obtain theirs will be sold to the public.