Beer isn't the only thing on tap at one local brewery as boil water notice continues in Austin

Beer isn’t the only thing on tap at one local brewery as boil water notice continues in Austin

AUSTIN — Beer isn’t the only thing coming out of the tap at one Austin brewery as it works along side another local brewery to help Austinites during the boil water notice.

Uncle Billy’s Brewery took to twitter on Tuesday letting people know they have kegs full of water available at the brewery, where citizens can come fill up their personal water containers for free.

Hey #Austin we have clean #water ready for you. @DBC_BrewingCo is loaning us kegs so we make sure we have plenty of it on hand for your needs. Bring in your empty bottles and will fill you up. Don’t forget to have a beer while you’re here. #atx

— Uncle Billy’s (@UncleBillys) October 23, 2018

Uncle Billy’s brews beer for another Austin brewery, Destination Brewery, and had many of it’s kegs available. Uncle Billy’s stated "Justin Berry, founder of Destination Brewery, is a strong supporter of community initiatives and wholeheartedly backed the use of his kegs for this endeavor."

"The local craft beer community is fortunate to have massive kettles available, that allow us to brew your favorite local craft beers." stated a joint press release from the two breweries. "We felt the need to utilize our resources to assist in boiling large quantities of water to assist residents and local businesses get back to work."

The release would go on to let local residents impacted by the boil water notice know that they can fill up their personal water containers at 1530 Barton Springs Rd. Austin, TX for free.


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The release also stated that if you have a restaurant, hotel, bar, or venue in need of fresh water to stay open, you can email to coordinate a water pick up or delivery free of charge.

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