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Glasgow-based brewery Drygate to reward beer fans with random acts of kindness

1 month ago   |   By Scotsman

With Scotland recently declared the kindest part of the UK, the popular brewing company is out to preserve that legacy with a campaign to promote random acts of kindness in Glasgow.
Embarking on a mission to make Glasgow the kindest city in the UK, Drygate is launching a beer-fuelled campaign to reward good deeds with great brews.
The brewery will be giving away hundreds of pints in exchange for stories of goodwill this Random Acts of Kindness Day on 17th February.
Glaswegians can nominate deserving individuals on Drygate's Twitter and Facebook pages.
Both nominator and nominee will...
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