Support Canadian Beer

Help Us Brew A Strong Future For Canadian Beer

Canadian brewers and beer drinkers have supported this country as best they could, however they could. We need your participation to ensure the Canadian beer industry and the many people and businesses connected to it – farmers, maltsters, can and bottle manufacturers, drivers, warehouse workers, servers and bar and restaurant owners – can continue contributing to a prosperous Canada in the future.

Sign your name (and business name, if applicable) to show you support these key actions:

1

Giving bars and restaurants tools and support to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and grow their business.

2

Making it possible for Canadian brewers to tap into the low- and-no alcohol beer category by changing the way it’s taxed.

Reasons to Cheers Again

Beer plays a big role in the lives of many Canadians.

 

Canadians work in the beer industry

 

Canadian jobs connected to beer in the restaurant, hospitality, tourism, agriculture and transportation sectors.

 

of the beer consumed in Canada was brewed in Canada.

When Canadians need it most, brewers and beer drinkers are there to help.

Here’s some of beer’s best moments.

Production of hand sanitizer

Encouraging the vaccination effort

Charitable donations

Charitable donations

Empty return fundraisers

Empty return fundraisers

Support for bar and restaurant partners

Support for bar and restaurant partners

Keeping beer flowing and safely in the hands of beer drinkers (curbside pickup, delivery)

Keeping beer flowing and safely in the hands of beer drinkers (curbside pickup, delivery)

Adjusting seating and layouts within patios and taprooms to create a safe, welcoming environment

Adjusting seating and layouts within patios and taprooms to create a safe, welcoming environment

Challenges are brewing.

Like many Canadians and business, brewers and those who work in the beer industry have felt the impacts of COVID-19.

Bars and restaurant partners of the beer industry have been hit hard

Bars and restaurant partners of the beer industry have been hit hard

4% decline in total beer sales from March-May compared to 2019

54.8% decline in keg sales due to restaurant and bar closures in 2020

The automatic federal excise tax on beer increased in the middle of the pandemic

The automatic federal excise tax on beer increased in the middle of the pandemic

Beer tax increases are scheduled to go up again

Beer tax increases are scheduled to go up again

Sign to show your support

Sign your name to show your support for Canadian beer.

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