Great News - Beer Hawk have received our accreditation from The Living Wage Foundation and Beer Hawk is now a fully signed up Living Wage employer!
Paying people a good wage (as opposed to the minimum you can legally get away with) makes sense because put simply it's morally the right thing to do, but importantly it also makes sense from a business point of view too. When a company displays the Living Wage logo, it's a sign of a business that cares about the people that work there, and is prepared to put it's money where it's mouth is. At Beer Hawk, when we're making choices about other businesses we want to work with, we prefer to choose Living Wage businesses because we like working with like minded people and also know they pay their people properly too. Also, customers are more likely to choose Living Wage businesses because there's a certain sense of confidence that we'll receive a better experience interacting with that business and engaging with happy and motivated employees than we might elsewhere.
Our industry is about 2 things; great beer and the great people that work so hard to create it. Retaining, motivating and rewarding those people is just the right thing to do so, and we are proud to be one of the small but growing band of Living Wage employers across Britain.
We have some important and exciting news from our Managing Director, Matt Lane:
Over the last few months, we’ve spent a lot of time speaking to members of our PerfectDraft community about loyalty & rewards.
Something we’re really passionate about is rewarding our most loyal customers and you’ve given us some great feedback and ideas on how we can do this.
We’re now excited to announce the launch of our ‘Spring Rewards’ program.
During pregnancy, it is recommended to a pregnant woman not to eat any raw or semi-cooked food such as meat, fish, cold meats and certain types of cheese. And above all, smoking and drinking alcohol should be stopped.
In recent years, alcohol-free beer has become a real trend in the beer market here in the UK. More and more big beer brands and small craft breweries are starting to brew it to the delight of non-alcoholic drinkers. However, there are many questions about this kind of beer.
We’re back for the second edition of ‘Must Try Kegs’. Last week we spotlighted three fantastic kegs from our MultiTRY range and this week is no different. From a personal favourite lager of mine, to a couple of flavour sensations, take a read through why we think you have to try these three.
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