Bryan Cranston And Aaron Paul Join Ryan Reynolds In Helping Bartenders Through Coronavirus

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March 25, 2020 | 12:10pm EST

Breaking Bad stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul have joined Ryan Reynolds in sharing the profits of their alcohol lines with bar staff left out of pocket by the coronavirus pandemic.
Ryan announced on Tuesday (24Mar20) that until 1 May, 30 per cent of the proceeds from every bottle sold of his Aviation gin would go to help bartenders left out of work by shutdowns designed to stop the spread of the disease.
Bryan and Aaron have now followed suit, pledging to donate the same amount from sales of their Dos Hombres mezcal brand to the U.S. Bartenders’ Guild.
“Good idea @vancityreynolds, let’s all pitch in,” Paul wrote on Instagram. “@DosHombres Mezcal is on board with #tipyourbartenders.
“Now through May 1, 30 per cent of all proceeds from online orders will benefit the US Bartender’s Guild. We encourage all other brands to do so as well.”
Bartenders in California and New York have been particularly hard hit by the pandemic, with Manhattan, Los Angeles, and San Francisco shutting all bars and restaurants in their fight against the coronavirus, Covid-19.