JACKSON, Wyo. — In response to COVID-19’s impact on the service and hospitality industry and with a focus on community revival, Roadhouse Brewing Company announces the launch of GOOD Bubbly Water with availability beginning this week.
This limited-run, canned, non-alcoholic seltzer water will be donated free of charge to local eateries who can, in turn, sell and apply all proceeds to their bottom line in an effort to help each restaurant rebuild.
Roadhouse Co-Founder and Fine Dining Restaurant Group Owner Gavin Fine states, “As a restaurant and brewery owner, I can speak first-hand to the devastating impact the global pandemic has had on our industry. With communities everywhere climbing out of the impacts of COVID, small businesses, and restaurants are looking for ways to keep their businesses afloat.”
Roadhouse Head Brewer, Max Shafer adds: “We’re excited and honored to have the ability to shift gears to produce GOOD Bubbly Water and support our tightknit community. We know when one of us succeeds, it raises the water level for us all. This product is all about community perseverance and community preservation. It’s truly a can with a cause.”
Drawing from its in-depth knowledge of canned and carbonated beverages and the world-class Teton water, Roadhouse’s GOOD Bubbly Water will help locals and visitors refresh while rebuilding.
With the help of donated design services from Varnish Studio Inc, GOOD Bubbly Water adds to the list of Roadhouse’s efforts focused on community recovery and employee wellbeing.
GOOD Bubbly Water is currently available at these restaurants throughout Teton County:
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