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Grayton Beer Company releases new can to benefit Hurricane Michael victims 🍻

Good morning! There has been no shortage of help for our neighbors to the east from the people in our
Grayton Beer Company releases new can to benefit Hurricane Michael victims 🍻
By Get The Coast • Issue #27 • View online
Good morning!
There has been no shortage of help for our neighbors to the east from the people in our community. From fundraisers to physically driving over to Bay County and helping people escape their homes or put tarps on their roofs.
Things have come a long way since October 10, 2018, but there is even more that still needs to be done to get them back on their feet.
Back on November 1st, Grayton Beer Company announced their Rebound American Lager in a can to help benefit those affected by Hurricane Michael.
That can has just been released!
Here’s how it works:
  • For every six-pack sold, $1 will be donated to Volunteer Florida.
  • The money raised will go directly to their Florida Disaster Fund, set up to aid affected communities in their disaster recovery efforts.
The production brewery opened its facility after the storm to serve as a regional staging and distribution point for donations, and still continues to help coordinate delivery of items.
Jamey Price, Founder/President of Grayton Beer Company said,
“It will take years to rebuild some semblance of normalcy in the areas that were hit hardest by Hurricane Michael. We are committed to doing our part to help and were fortunate to have a beer that was ready for packaging and a team that could pivot to a new label in less than one week.“
The new Rebound American Lager is now available acorss the Florida Panhandle, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia and Tennessee.
Over to you…what do you think of Grayton Beer’s new initiative? Headed out to buy a sixer? 🍻

Grayton Beer's launch video
Grayton Beer Rebound American Lager
Grayton Beer Rebound American Lager
Some quick vitals...
Weather: Sunny to partly cloudy. High 63F.
Do: The Merry Little Christmas concert benefiting the Boys & Girls club of South Walton is now happening this Thursday, December 20th. 🗓[Link]
Watch: Our latest episode of the “Everything Show!” with guest Jeff McDonald discussing the Emerald Coast 16 Basketball Tournament kicking off tomorrow. ⏯[Link]
Pensacola Beach to remove iconic sign
News broke yesterday on WEAR TV that Pensacola Beach has plans to remove the iconic Pensacola Beach sign and replace it with a newer version.
The famous Pensacola Beach sign
The famous Pensacola Beach sign
Here’s what you need to know:
  • The existing sign was put up in 2006 after replacing the original sign from 1962.
  • It currently has an electric bill of $100-120/mo.
  • The new version will look almost identical to the existing sign.
  • They will move from aluminum to a composite material to fight rust, and add LED lighting.
  • It will cost the county $262,000 to replace the sign.
So what will happen with the old sign? Well, WEAR TV reports that the county is working with their legal team to possible auction off the old sign.
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Ok, that’s all I have for you this morning! I hope you have a great Tuesday and I’ll see ya tomorrow!
Jared
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