A female military veteran walked in to a Buffalo Wild Wings franchise in Tacoma, Washington, to have lunch and enjoy a beer. However, when the woman asked for two beers with her lunch, the waiter told her that, according to Washington law, people can't have two drinks at the same time.

The woman then went on to explain that her brother had been in the military and had died in Iraq. The extra beer wasn't for her, it was so she could have a drink with her brother.

After clearing everything with his manager, waiter Brian Avey brought the woman both beers and the Corona she had ordered for her brother sat untouched throughout her meal.

Buffalo Wild Wings took their consideration one step further, however, and when the woman's check was brought out she saw that the second beer had been deducted from her bill. In response, the woman left a note on the receipt, saying thanks for the "act of kindness." She signed the note, "Grateful Soldiers."

The story doesn't end there, however. The Buffalo Wild Wings manager decided to keep the beer on display next to an American flag with a fresh lime being placed in the Corona every day. What a great example of honoring a fallen American soldier.

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h/t: Mad World News



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