Proceeds from the sales of a new Saint Arnold beer called "Gratuity" will soon help out-of-work hospitality workers. The pale ale is being released on June 2 and will be available – for a limited time only – in six packs to-go at Saint Arnold's Beer Garden & Restaurant (2000 Lyons Avenue, Houston 77020) and at select locations around the Houston area. For more information, click here .

Yakima Chief Hops donated hops and Country Malt Group donated malt for the beer. Gratuity is a dry-hopped, pale ale featuring a new hop varietal, HBC-630. It has notes of cantaloupe and honeydew melon, a balanced bitterness and comes in at 6 percent ABV and 46 IBU.

All profits from sales will go to  Houston Shift Meal , which is providing meals to hospitality workers out of work because of the coronavirus. If you are an individual in the Houston hospitality industry who has been furloughed or is out of work, you are eligible to receive a free meal from Houston Shift Meal's network of Houston restaurants. Click here to register for upcoming free meal opportunities throughout the city.