A creative initiative to support Frankfurt's cider taverns
.With Bembeln contribute to the preservation of Frankfurt's cider culture
Once again on a Schobbe with good friends in one of Frankfurt's cozy cider pubs - oh, that would be so nice! But unfortunately this is not possible at the moment. And the wine press houses are suffering as well as the cider pubs. Only recently, the Hessenschau reported that the wine press houses had made such high turnover losses, not least due to the closed gastronomy, that our beloved Ebbelwoi could soon become more expensive. And quite a few apple wine landlords have to fear for their existence due to closed doors for months. In short: It is not good about our highly appreciated cider culture.
This is where Felix Leichum and Paul Groetzki want to help. They are the initiators of the non-profit action SUPPORTYOURLOCALEBBELWOIKNEIPE. For this, the two were able to win 20 cider taverns from Frankfurt, which will each offer 50 limited supporter bembels of their taverns for sale starting on February 21, 2021. The proceeds of the sold bembels will then completely benefit the cider taverns to be supported. With the purchase of a campaign bembel, you can give the participating cider taverns a much-needed support during the Corona time - and have another nice bembel, which hopefully won't have to stay empty for long. Because as a small thank you from the landlords and landladies, all buyers will get the opportunity for a free filling of their Unterstützer-Bembel after the reopening of the inns.
This nice action is aimed at both regular customers, as well as cider lovers and all protectors of a Frankfurt culture that is under ever-increasing pressure. The 1.5-liter bembel of the respective cider inns can be purchased from 21.02.2021 for 49.99 euros for the good cause can be purchased online or by phone (069/7077649) via the Hessen Shop from Frankfurt.
"We don't want to earn anything with the campaign, so it is a complete heart project. As Frankfurt guys and cider lovers, we want to use our currently free time as well as contacts and opportunities for a good cause," comment the initiators Felix Leichum and Paul Groetzki on their action.
photo: Felix Leichum