Anheuser-Busch Brewery Stops Brewing Beer To Can Clean Water For Harvey Victims

The outpouring of financial support for Hurricane Harvey victims has been outstanding.
For the most part, those with means have been gracious and generous in lending a hand up to those in need. The Anheuser-Busch company is no exception.
On Sunday, a report by FOX 5 Atlanta said that the famous brewery was halting production of beer to provide clean drinking water to the victims of the hurricane. They have reportedly loaded a truck with 50,000 cans of clean drinking water to family’s who might not have clean drinking water.
The water will be used at Red Cross shelters and distributed by volunteers.
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This is something the Cartersville, Georgia brewery does periodically throughout the year should the need arise.
In the past, they’ve lent aid to the victims of flooding in Texas and Oklahoma, victims of Hurricane Matthew along the Florida and Georgia coasts, firefighters working wildfires in Washington state, and those devastated by Hurricane Sandy.

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