It's a collaboration between two local businesses and it's what this coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis has been crying out for.
During what are very challenging times for independent businesses, a local brewery and gin distillery decided that team work is the best way forward.
Seven Bro7hers and Sis4ers Distillery has collaborated to set up a drive-thru for gin and beer in during the coronavirus pandemic.
From this drive-thru in Salford, customers are now able to drive up and collect their orders without having to leave their cars. This ingenious idea means that we can still get the beer and gin fix we are craving, but by reducing the amount of social contact.
Speaking of the collaboration across social media accounts, Seven Bro7hers said: "In these horrible times we thought we would open the best thing that’s ever existed".
BEER & GIN DRIVE THRU!— SEVEN BRO7HERS BREWING CO. (@SEVENBRO7HERS) March 18, 2020
In these horrible times we thought we would open the best thing that’s ever existed, a beer and @sis4ersdistillery gin drive thru!
Place your order online and tick “drive thru” at checkout he’d down between 10-5 or order when you arrive?❤️? pic.twitter.com/c2L4fXWwzz
To make use of this new service, customers are required to place orders online and then tick the “drive thru” option upon checkout. Or alternatively, just order when you arrive.
The drive-thru is open from 10am-5pm.
That's not all though, Sis4ers Distillery also has something else up their sleeve to lighten the mood during dark times. After noticing sales dropping drastically in the past couple of weeks, it has decided to run a 12 week positivity offer, with new offers available each week.
It’s time for a bit of positivity!— SIS4ERS DISTILLERY (@foursis4ers) March 16, 2020
From today we are offering a FREE 50cl bottle of signature gin with every 70cl bottle purchase! Order now and have both bottles delivered this week!? pic.twitter.com/WV9mQQxLBD
This weeks offer is a free 50cl bottle of signature gin with every 70cl bottle purchase - you could save £28, so it's definitely worth it.
Keep supporting local businesses at this time. Remember Manchester, #We'reInThisTogether