Small Beer unveils Small Acts of Kindness scheme's Hospitality Edition

Jacopo Mazzeo

Jacopo Mazzeo

09 April 2020

Bermondsey-based lower-abv brewery Small Beer Co has announced the launch of the Hospitality Edition of its Small Act of Kindness scheme, originally designed for the general public

The scheme was launched at the start of 2020 and was 'dedicated to celebrating subtle gestures that have made someone else's day'. Since the launch, each month's winner has received a  mixed case of Small Beer and a document certifying their Small Act of Kindness.

With the on-trade being severely hit by the covid-19 pandemic, Small Beer has decided to implement the scheme's new Hospitality Edition, 'to shine a light on the incredible people who make up the hospitality industry and reward the everyday gestures that make a big difference'.

The brewery is now welcoming nominations from across the UK on-trade through its online portal, and pledging 50 cases of beer that will reach winning nominees over the coming months.

The entry form requires the nominee's name, a short summary of their 'Small Act of Kindness', their place of work, and home address.

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