SPOKANE, Wash. — No-Li Brewhouse is asking customers to pay it forward by lending a helping hand during this snowy January. 

The first 50 people to arrive at No-Li Brewhouse on Friday, Jan. 17 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. can grab a shovel and lend a helping hand to their neighbors.

Those who send their photos and videos of paying it forward to No-Li Brewhouse on social media can grab a free, full-sized No-Li Pennant.

"Have fun, celebrate a helping hand and share the goodness and maybe a pint too!" No-Li owner John Bryant wrote in a release. 

No-Li has a rich history of community outreach, with donations to nonprofits such as Crosswalk, Odyssey Youth Movement, SpokAnimal and others in 2019.

“We are 100% family owned and independent and we take this spirit into engaging our communities at a local level,” Bryant said in a statement this week.. ‘No-Li Brewhouse pub and brewery is an extension of our community.”

❄️ No-Li Shovels & Pints ❄️ It's that time of the year! To the first 50 people: Get to No-Li Pub Friday (1/17), 11 am to 5 pm, grab a No-Li Snow Shovel, and get out there and lend a neighbor a hand....

In 2019, No-Li rolled out new beer recipes and brands, including the No-Li Corner Coast six-pack cans, and new Juicy, Citrus and Hazy IPA recipes.

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