CT breweries stepping up to help raise money for hospitality workers during pandemic

Connecticut

Conn. (WTNH) — Connecticut breweries are stepping up to help raise money for hospitality workers during the coronavirus crisis.

23 Connecticut breweries are providing hardship grants to the CT Hospitality Relief Fund. It was set up by the state’s restaurant association to give emergency money to those working in the hospitality field.

“The support from CT Brewers has been amazing and we are so appreciative to all of these different partnerships, as it will continue to increase funding for our incredible hospitality employees,” said CRA Executive Director Scott Dolch. 

Breweries across the state are getting creative in their funding initiatives, such as Bad Sons Co. of Derby and Armada Brewing of East Haven creating their own new beer named “Comped” with all proceeds being donated to the fund.

To donate to the fund, please visit ctrestaurant.org/relief.

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