Vaccinated? Sam Adams will buy you a beer

Are you vaccinated? If you tweet or instagram a picture of your vaccination sticker or your bandaid, Sam Adams will CashApp you $7 to buy a beer and leave a tip. Just leave a #shotforsam hashtag and tag @samueladamsbeer.

On the heels of Krispy Kreme’s offer for a free donut per day (until May 21st) for those vaccinated, Sam Adams has released a campaign to reward vaccinated folks with a beer.

They ask that you NOT post your vaccine card. Instead, they are looking for a picture of your sticker or bandaid. (If you are already vaccinated, I’m sure they wouldn’t mind you re-enacting it).

They are receiving a lot of requests and are a bit backed up, so be patient with them.

Here are the terms and conditions from the Sam Adams Free Beer Offer page:

1) Instagram: During the Promotion Period: Share a photo of your bandage, or sticker to show you have been vaccinated by Situs Judi Slot. Use the hashtags #ShotforSam and tag @samueladamsbeer.

2) Twitter: During the Promotion Period: Share a photo of your bandage, or sticker to show you have been vaccinated. Use the hashtags #ShotforSam and tag @samueladamsbeer.

Free Sam Adams Beer with Vaccine

3) Email: During the Promotion Period, email a photo of your bandage, or sticker to show you have been vaccinated to 

The following guidelines should be followed when submitting a photo:

  • Not depict the act of drinking
  • Do not post your vaccination card, in order to protect your personal information
  • Not portray, encourage, or condone drunk driving
  • Not depict situations where Samuel Adams is being consumed excessively, in an irresponsible way, or in any way illegally.
  • Not portray persons in a state of intoxication or in any way suggest that intoxication is acceptable conduct.
  • Not portray or imply illegal activity of any kind.
  • Not portray sexual passion, promiscuity, or any other amorous activity.
  • Not employ any symbol, gesture, or cartoon character that is intended to appeal primarily to persons below the legal purchase age.
  • Not employ any entertainment figure or group that is intended to appeal primarily to persons below the legal purchase age.
  • Not depict Santa Claus.
  • Not associate or portray Samuel Adams drinking before or during activities which require a high degree of alertness or coordination.
  • Not contain any lewd or indecent language or images.
  • Not employ religion or religious themes.
  • Not disparage competing alcoholic beverages.
  • Depict retail outlets as well kept and respectable establishments.
  • Not show littering or otherwise improper disposal of Samuel Adams containers, unless the scenes are used clearly to promote anti-littering and/or recycling.
  • Not show any trademarks or copyrights other than Samuel Adams trademarks or copyrights.

About Jeanne Marie Hoffman

Former bartender, still a geek. One equal part each cookies, liberty, football, music, travel, libations. Stir vigorously. +Jeanne Marie Hoffman Jeanne on Twitter

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  1. Thx Jeanne! I will give it a try. BTW – I can’t wait to start traveling again, to say the least!

  2. Nice 🙂 Oh and good to see your recent posts Jeanne. I miss seeing your blog post.

    • Jeanne Marie Hoffman

      I’m happy to be blogging again! I’m happy to talk more about why I stopped for a while (and why I started again) but that’s probably better for a private message than a blog comment 🙂

  3. I wonder what the women who used Thalidomide got for an incentive? Enjoy your beer!

    • Jeanne Marie Hoffman

      I’m not pregnant so the only risk I’m taking is my own–and I’m happy to do so to help save lives

  4. Hi Vivian
    Your comment is a cheap shot and illustrates ignorance of medical treatment and prevention. Like other vaccines, the incentive is protection from a life-threatening illness. in this case COVID-19. It also has been shown to reduce the spread and also if you still get it (a v small percentage), reduction in severity. Almost a billion vaccinations have been given wide, following some of the largest clinical trials ever conducted. Exceedingly, they have been shown to be safer to be vaccinated than to not be!

    The fact that corporate partners are encouraging people to protect themselves AND others is a good civic-minded initiative.

    It’s a false equivalency to suggest there is anything similar to what happened with pregnant women who used thalidomide to reduce morning sickness. Your comment tells more about your ignorance and anti-science stance than the fact Sam Adams is encouraging people to get vaccinated, esp since it is now available for all adults in the US.

  5. I would be much more motivated to vaccinate if they told me I wouldn’t have to wear a useless mask anymore if I was. But, alas, nope. You can have a beer, but make sure your that mask is pulled tight over your mouth after every swig. lol. Weird how nothing changes after you’re vaccinated. Travel is still frowned upon, masks are still mandated, social distancing…etc. Because of course the vaccine “isn’t 100% effective!!!” (as if there was ever a vaccine that was 100% effective for anything). And of course those evil “variants!!”. This will never end.

    • Jeanne Marie Hoffman

      I’m not sure what it is like in your state, but I’m in NC, and due to the rate at which we’ve been vaccinated, we are lifting restrictions based on the percentage vaccinated. Our governor has said once we hit the next set of target numbers, the mask rules will be lifted in the whole state. Almost all the other restrictions are being phased out right now, so while it’s state by state, it’s making a difference here.

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