From beer suds to helping hands
Human behavior flows from three primary sources: desire, emotion, and knowledge- Plato.
Have you ever asked yourself what happens when community businesses work together for a more significant cause? The answer you find can vary. Similar acts of kindness can lead to a common goal for a community.
Around parts of Cheyenne, residents are rising to the occasion for one another, donating to various charities and hosting food drives.
Due to the impacts of COVID-19, a group of beer experts turned their wasted beer suds into hand sanitizer.
Cheyenne Beverage, saw there was a nearby distillery in Pine Bluffs who created their version of hand disinfectant. According to the report, the beer distributors have hundreds of gallons of alcohol that could help a greater good.
"That's something that we have been grateful for, not only being able to help out with expensed alcohol that we cant use. The hand sanitizer produced will go to the people working on the front lines," said Co-Owner of Cheyenne Beverage Co., Brittney Webber.
A third entity, in WeldWorks Brewing Company out of Greeley, CO, added the finishing touches to make the gel for disinfecting hands.
Through multiple efforts in Cheyenne, we continue to see positive signs of progress through augmenting routine business procedures to help front line workers.
"It's cool that three different entities can come together for the common good of our community and fight this thing," said Chad Brown, Co-Owner of Pine Bluff Distillery.