Right now, parts of Texas and Oklahoma are recovering from some extremely severe rainstorms, with flooding reaching devastating proportions in many different areas. A particularly satisfactory response has come courtesy of beer brand Anheuser-Busch, which has halted beer production in one of its breweries to provide clean drinking water for flood victims instead.
It’s all going down at the Anheuser-Busch Cartersville brewery in Georgia, which is now shipping about 4,800 cans of fresh, clean drinking water to affected areas in Texas and Oklahoma. It’s something the brewery prides itself on doing any time it’s necessary, according to a recent interview between the brewery’s manager Rob Haas and NBC News.
You can read that story over at the NBC News site right here, and if you’re interested in helping out flood victims even if you don’t own a huge brewery, consider making a donation to the Red Cross at their official site here.