Do something good for the community and get free beer!  It might sound like one of those "too good to be true" scams, but it's not.  It's a real thing and is happening at a local brewery in Rochester.

Little Thistle Brewing is currently working on opening their site back up, but they've also been busy with some other plans.  Check out their Facebook announcement that they shared and how you can do some good with them:

We are excited to kick-off our Thistle Do Gooders project! While the past few months have altered our lives and daily experiences in profound ways, we are committed to giving back to our community!

We have adopted a 7-mile stretch of the Douglas Trail - from 7th Street NW (bridge near Casey's) to the 75th Stree trail-head and are seeking a group of 30 folks to assist us in making sure the trail is free of litter and debris. Our first outing will take place this coming Saturday (May 30th). We'll meet outside the brewery at 9AM to pick-up trash bags and head out to the trail. All social distancing guidelines and mask recommendations will be respected at the brewery and on the trail.

We love beer and we love giving back! Join us in making sure the Douglas Trail is kept in great condition for all to enjoy. And until we can welcome you for a pint on our patio, we'll hook up our volunteers with a couple of free pint cards!


Unfortunately, all of the spots filled up for this first round of clean-up, BUT...there will be another one.  Watch their Facebook page so you don't miss out on doing good and getting free beer next time.

To everyone going out and helping clean up that 7-mile area, thank you!  And big thanks to Little Thistle Brewing for seeing the need and organizing this for our community.

Do you know a company or organization that is doing something good in our community?  Let me know!  Send me a message on my Facebook page (Jessica On The Radio) or DM me on Instagram.

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