Industry charity the Drinks Trust is continuing to offer grants of up to £350 to help people in the hospitality industry struggling with rising energy bills.
The group has raised over £150,000 to date for its Energy Crisis Fund, with £100,000 donated by Pernod Ricard UK.
Applications are open for those working in the drinks and wet-led hospitality industry and will be assessed based on financial circumstances.
The Drinks Trust said it was continuing to accept donations to the fund to help it provide ongoing support into 2023.
Drinks Trust chief executive Ross Carter said: "The support we can offer is thanks to the generous support of industry business and organisations who have understood the acute hardship faced by many of our colleagues.
"We could encourage more businesses to do the same, and join our donors and us in delivering what support we can."
To find out more about The Drinks Trust's Emergency Energy Crisis Fund and how to apply, click here.