On March 19th 2021, local bartender Brian Hague broke his knee while at a local park. He was taken to Holmes Regional Medical Center (Room 634 if you want to send him some snacks or GrubHub) where he is now recovering from knee surgery. The doctors told him he has a long road to recovery and an extensive process of learning to walk again ahead of him. Brian is expected to be out of work for 6-8 months.
Brian has been bartending on the Space Coast for years. He was a bartender at Mainstreet Pub in downtown Melbourne, Continental Flambe, Debauchery and is currently the lead bartender/bar manager at Sol-Tree Cocktail Co.and BARMASTERS Mobile Bartending
The unexpected challenges he will be experiencing not only as a displaced hospitality professional/bartender navigating through Covid and now this is tremendous. Brian and his dogs (Zya, Zero and Emery ) need friends, family, clients, regulars, employers and a bar community to come together to help them.
As hospitality professionals, we live event to event just as many other Americans live paycheck to paycheck. With no foreseeable income coming in for the next few months, no insurance and a lease that is up at the end of April, Brian needs our help!! And so do his pups, they eat grain free/chicken free food and treats.
Your assistance during these trying times will help make the "make it or break it" difference and the ability to show true resilience and persevere through these unprecedented times that we are experiencing in our world and through this injuiry.
If you have had the pleasure of working with Brian or have had him in your home or as bartender or at your wedding making memories with friends and family, please considering donating to his recovery and pup fund.
Or if you can maybe place an Amazon order for pet food, flea medication, recovery pillows, ice packs, awesome books, dog toys, sleeping or natural pain aids, etc that can be shipped to
400 butler st. Melbourne, fl 32901
His dogs are Zya & Zero 55+ lbs and Emery 10 lbs
Thank you so much for your donation, each and every one- no matter how small, is so greatly appreciated. $5-20 donations add up quickly!! Brian’s house is not very wheelchair friendly and the kitchen will be hard for him to navigate until his lease ends next month and has to move. Ordering food in will be a must. GrubHub/UberEats and food train drop offs will also help tremendously
CashApp : $beebartender
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts, cheers!!