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New delivery service supporting local breweries launches

New delivery service supporting local breweries launches

New delivery service supporting local breweries launches

A new home delivery service is connecting the people of Ontario to local craft beer, cider and snacks! Brewer Eats and Gatsby's Speakeasy have partnered up with several local breweries and cideries across the province to bring consumers their favourite beverages safely and affordably during these unprecedented times.

The new platform offers over 45 different beer and cider varieties, with new alcohol partners added weekly. Currently featured on the site are products from Old Tomorrow, Double Trouble, Woodhouse, All or Nothing, Puddicombe Cider and more!

You can mix and match products to make your own 12-pack or cases of 24 -- at LCBO prices. However, bulk price discounts are offered on orders of 6, 12, or 24 cans of the same beer or cider. As for grub, currently Brewer Eats is offering 50% off on Toronto's own Dick Duff's Organic Jerky.

Many restaurants, bar and breweries are struggling to stay open during COVID-19. Platforms like Brewer Eats help establishments such as Gatsby's Speakeasy and local breweries generate revenue during these trying times. 

“We can generate some income while helping struggling Ontario craft breweries and cideries sell through their inventories and give consumers safe and well-priced home delivery,” Gresham Bayley, owner of Gatsby’s, said in a release.

As the program’s director of sales, Steven Cushing said, “This is a three-way win for our partner restaurants, breweries and the consumer”.

The platform is looking to partner with more restaurants and breweries as they begin to gain momentum. 

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New delivery service supporting local breweries launches

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New delivery service supporting local breweries launches

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A new home delivery service is connecting the people of Ontario to local craft beer, cider and snacks! Brewer Eats and Gatsby's Speakeasy have partnered up with several local breweries and cideries across the province to bring consumers their favourite beverages safely and affordably during these unprecedented times.

The new platform offers over 45 different beer and cider varieties, with new alcohol partners added weekly. Currently featured on the site are products from Old Tomorrow, Double Trouble, Woodhouse, All or Nothing, Puddicombe Cider and more!

You can mix and match products to make your own 12-pack or cases of 24 -- at LCBO prices. However, bulk price discounts are offered on orders of 6, 12, or 24 cans of the same beer or cider. As for grub, currently Brewer Eats is offering 50% off on Toronto's own Dick Duff's Organic Jerky.

Many restaurants, bar and breweries are struggling to stay open during COVID-19. Platforms like Brewer Eats help establishments such as Gatsby's Speakeasy and local breweries generate revenue during these trying times. 

“We can generate some income while helping struggling Ontario craft breweries and cideries sell through their inventories and give consumers safe and well-priced home delivery,” Gresham Bayley, owner of Gatsby’s, said in a release.

As the program’s director of sales, Steven Cushing said, “This is a three-way win for our partner restaurants, breweries and the consumer”.

The platform is looking to partner with more restaurants and breweries as they begin to gain momentum. 

Tags:

Stay At Home

Beer Delivery Service

Brewer Eats