Samuel Adams joins the growing list of companies offering perks to people who get their COVID vaccinations, offering to buy a beer for those who get their shot.

Starting on April 12, the beer brewer will send 10,000 people who receive their COVID shot $7 through the Cash App to purchase a beer at their favorite bar or restaurant.

To get the $7 advance, vaccine recipients must post their vaccination sticker or bandage and use the hashtag #shotforsam while tagging @samueladamsbeer on Instagram or Twitter. Those selected will receive a DM from Samuel Adams about the giveaway.

Participants in the Shots for Sam promotion also must have a Cash App account. They are reminded to tip their servers when they order their beer as Samuel Adams is providing the promotion to support the reopening of bars and restaurants.

To get an account on Cash App, users will be required to enter a phone number or email login ID, then choose how to receive a verification code from Cash App to confirm the account.

To enter the Samuel Adams COVID vaccine promotion, participants must be at least 21 years of age and a resident of the U.S. There is no purchase necessary to enter.

Samuel Adams is one of several companies doling out freebies to persuade Americans to get their COVID vaccines.

Krispy Kreme is offering free donuts throughout 2021 for anyone who receives their vaccine, while several other companies are offering discounted meals to the inoculated. One Michigan dispensary is giving out free joints to customers who get their vaccinations in an effort to end the pandemic.

Staples and Office Depot are also offering free lamination of vaccination cards for those who have received all their inoculations.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over 63 million people are fully vaccinated in the U.S, accounting for 19% of the U.S. population.