Here's How To Get A Free Case Of Sipsmith G&Ts Delivered To Your Door

Marianna Gould
Photo credit: Sipsmith

From Delish

It's no secret that the hospitality industry has been hit pretty hard by coronavirus. Bars and restaurants have been forced to close, meaning a lot of hardworking people have lost their jobs and source of income. While they await government help, they're pretty much stuck when it comes to paying everyday bills and buying necessary food and drink.

But thanks to two companies that have teamed up in support of the nations pubs, bars and restaurants, our locals might just get the help they need! Leading gin brand, Sipsmith, and the UK drinks industry organisation, The Drinks Trust, have joined forces to give each of us the power to support our local barmen and pubs who have been affected by the industry-wide enforced closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

How do we help?

In a bid to support those working in the hospitality industry, Sipsmith has set up a Go Fund Me page so that people can make donations to help during the crisis. For those who choose to pledge £20 or more, the Sipsmith team will then, by way of thanks, send a unique code to order a complimentary case of twelve Light Sipsmith G&T cans from the official Sipsmith website. The code will also entitle you to free delivery. 100% of donations will go to The Drinks Trust.

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The team has already raised over £35,000 and hope to reach a goal of £55,000.

Sipsmith said: "We hope that we can rely on the support of our passionate sippers to join in our efforts whilst staying safe at home."

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