There are heaps of studies out there which suggest the benefits of drinking with colleagues. Not only has it been proven to increase workplace efficiency, there is evidence that moderate drinking with colleagues can increase staff engagement, workplace cohesion, and reduce the prevalence of today’s ‘silent killers’ of stress and anxiety.

In fact, a study published in 2012 found that those with a blood alcohol concentration of the equivalent of just over a pint and a half solved problems more creatively than those who hadn’t drunk at all – so not only will having an after-work bevvy help boost company morale, it’ll also spur on more “eureka” moments.


Where We Come In…

Science aside, impact is another (and arguably the greatest) reason why beer is the best thing you can bring into your office. Becoming an Office Beer Club member means your company can sign up for weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly cases of beer whilst helping to fund the completion of a new water project. Every. Single. Month. But don’t just take our word for it, here is what current Club members have to say:

“The Brewgooder Office Beer Club ticks all the boxes for us. It is a great way to engage, motivate and reward our team on a Friday, while allowing us to share in a much bigger impact as part of a community of like-minded companies across the UK”. – Shane Corstorphine, VP Growth, Skyscanner 

“Working with Brewgooder has made our Friday “beer o’clock” a little bit more special: not just a time to celebrate a week of hard work but also to celebrate helping such a superb cause”. – Alan Duncan, Marketing Director (Europe), Trust Pilot

“It’s the only beer we’ve found with a great commitment to sustainability and community, and it’s great to keep it in the b-corp family”.Will Jones, Office Superman, Innocent Drinks.

So there you have it, drinking beer at work can strengthen company culture, increase productivity, and reduce stress all whilst helping to end water poverty… a win-win if you ask us. 

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