The advice was not well received by some, who began tweeting at Hannity's sponsors.
Hannity was heavily criticized last week after implying that one of the alleged incidents between Moore and an accuser, who said the Alabama senatorial candidate touched her over her underwear and tried to force her to touch his genitals when she was 14 and he was 32, was consensual.
Hannity, who also hosts one of the most listened to talk radio shows in the country, had Moore on his radio program on Friday to discuss the allegations being charged at him.
'Keurig, thank you bringing this to our attention. The #BoycottKeurig hasthtag is now trending on Twitter and you can find some fun videos of people destroying their coffee makers if you've got some time to kill today.
The liberal advocacy group Media Matters has for months been pressuring Hannity's advertisers to take back their dollars over the Fox host's fixation on conspiracy theories, especially his promotion of the unproven idea that Democratic National Committee employee Seth Rich was murdered a year ago over a supposed role in leaking party documents.
Many of Hannity's supporters outrage that the company was taking a political stance, while others vowed to return their Keurig coffee machines they purchased for Christmas. Others used the hashtag to tweet their support of the brand.
Some of the sponsors announced their decision not to run advertisements on Hannity's show via Twitter after the Fox News host asked his audience to give Moore the benefit of the doubt, according to CNBC News. Make our day, ' wrote another.
'Don't #BoycottKeurig, they pulled their ads from Hannity & deserve to be celebrated for it'.