Hawke's Brewing Company, based in Marrickville, has been doing its bit to increase vaccinations throughout the COVID-19 outbreak, with its "Jab and Slab" and "Race you to the pub" campaigns. In August, Hawke's Brewing offered a free slab of beer to 250 Sydney-siders who could prove they'd had their first vaccination. In September, they partnered with artist Scotty Marsh to paint a giant mural of Bob Hawke, post-vaccination, at their Sydney Street brewery. Hawkey's empty schooner has been repainted to match our vaccination rate has we have edged closer to 80% and the artwork also features a QR code on Hawkey's bandaid, where visitors can find their nearest vaccination clinic and raise money for Tip Jar, the hospitality relief fund raising money for those in the hospitality industry impacted by the outbreak and lockdown. Local businesses like Hawke's Brewing have been crucial to efforts to increase vaccinations, offering incentives to help encourage people to get their jab. I warmly thank and congratulate Hawke's Brewing Company for thinking outside the box and for doing their bit to improve public health, lift us out of lockdown, and support local hospitality workers doing it tough. Hawkey would be proud.