Drink From Reusable Mason Jars at UK’s Time Bar

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Forget recycling plastic cups – a bar in Leicester has found an even greener way to serve their customers their favourite drinks: reusable mason jars. It’s a B.Y.O.Jar situation, where the local patrons are encouraged to bring in their old jam jars to drink from, and in doing so get to save 50p off of any drink. Some of the locals like the idea because they’re able to decorate their favourite jar, and then leave it at the bar when they go home, knowing it will be in safe hands until they next time they come back around. Even though it’s a lot harder to handle on busy nights, Time Bar’s staff thinks it’s a way to promote green by setting a good example. Find out more about Time Bar at its official website.

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