Coronavirus Outbreak: Utah Breweries React & Respond

Uinta Brewing announced on March 16 that it would close its brewhouse pub until March 22 to help combat the spread of coronavirus.

Coronavirus, or COVID-19, is sweeping through Utah. Confirmed cases of the disease jumped over the weekend, bringing the statewide total to 21 as of Monday morning. Schools shut down and ski resorts closed. Sports came to a standstill. Organizers either canceled or rescheduled dozens of events.

Uinta Brewing rolled out a website — utahbeerstores.com — on March 19. As first reported by Utah Beer Blog, it allows for each Utah brewery to update consumers with the most-current information about its specific business. Therefore, I’ll put a cap on this article on March 20 and direct you to utahbeerstores.com for updates going forward.

On March 15, Summit County, home to Park City, issued a 30-day shutdown for “resorts, restaurants, taverns, bars, entertainment venues, fitness and exercise facilities, spas, churches, and other businesses at which people tend to gather.”

It could be only a matter of time before Salt Lake County — or even the entire state — takes similar action (UPDATE 3/16 11:30 a.m.: Salt Lake County follows suit, effectively eliminating any on-site beer-drinking indefinitely). (UPDATE 3/17: The state did the same beginning March 19, though only ordering a two-week shutdown).

For Utah’s booming craft beer scene, that could spell trouble, especially for the newer and less-well-established breweries. A Salt Lake Tribune article explained how the outbreak is impacting several local businesses, including two breweries.

The Utah Brewers Guild, which represents the state’s 30-plus craft breweries, is confident its members have what it takes to weather the storm.

“Brewers in Utah know that you have to be quick on your toes to make it this industry in Utah on a regular day,” it tweeted on March 15. “These developments bring new challenges and much uncertainty, but our Utah craft brewers are resilient and capable.”

The Latest from Utah Breweries

Scroll past this list or click here to see day-by-day updates. Here, I’ll try to share the latest from each Utah brewery. If brewers would like hours, telephone number, menu, etc. listed, please send along that information. Last Updated: March 20, 9 a.m.

It’s always best to confirm the following information with individual establishments. 🍻

2 Row Brewing

Growler fills are $4, while 2 Row Brewing’s 5% beers are $8.99 per six-pack. “We will be open regular hours for as long as they allow us,” 2 Row wrote. “We will be limiting the number of people in the bottle shop.” (3/17)

Avenues Proper

Avenues Proper plans to open March 19 for curbside food service. Its packaged beer-to-go store is also open. It’s not filling growlers, however. “Please note that while we legally cannot deliver beer curbside, we can conduct those sales in a limited-contact capacity to the best of our abilities,” Avenues Proper wrote. Hours: 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Telephone: (385) 227-8628. (3/19)

Bewilder Brewing

Bewilder is “back up and running (kinda) with new hours (12-8 p.m.).” Food will be available for delivery and curbside pickup. The brewery received word that it can now fill and sell growlers to go. Telephone: (385) 528-3840. (3/20)

Bohemian Brewery

Bohemian has temporarily suspended all operations. “At this time, our company’s focus is to help our communities fight and stop the spread of this nasty virus,” Bohemian wrote. “We hope for everyone’s well-being at this time, and promise to come back stronger than ever after this crisis passes.” (3/18)

Bonneville Brewery

Bonneville Brewery is offering half-off its pizzas. Telephone: (435) 248-0646. (3/19)

Desert Edge Brewery

Desert Edge said it is suspending operations indefinitely. (3/17)

Epic Brewing

Epic is open for beer-to-go. (3/19)

Fisher Brewing

Fisher Brewing announced that its “doors will be closed today and indefinitely, that includes to-go beer sales as well.” The brewery didn’t put a timeline on when it would reopen. (3/16)

Grid City Beer Works

Though not yet open, Grid City had planned to open its doors sometime in March. Those plans are now on hold indefinitely. (3/15)

Heber Valley Brewing

The first Utah brewery to temporarily close its taproom, Heber Valley Brewing is selling beer to-go from 1-6 p.m. daily. (3/16)

Hopkins Brewing Co.

The Sugar House brewery listed its kitchen hours for takeout orders (menu). It’s also now allowed to fill and sell growlers and crowlers to go. Telephone: (385) 528-3275. (3/20)

Hoppers Grill & Brewing

Hoppers will be offering food-to-go (limited menu) starting at noon on March 19. Hours: 12-7 p.m. Order online via ChowNow. (3/18)

Kiitos Brewing

Kiitos Brewing is selling beers to-go from its beer store. (3/19)

Level Crossing Brewing

Call (385) 270-5752 to place a to-go order at Level Crossing Brewing (here’s the menu). The South Salt Lake brewery is also delivering food (order online). (3/19)

Moab Brewery

Starting on March 18, Moab Brewery will be filling to-go orders. It’s unclear whether they’re selling beer to go. (3/17)

Mountain West Hard Cider

The Mountain West Hard Cider bottle shop is open, with reduced hours, for to-go ciders. (3/17)

Park City Brewery

It no longer has a taproom presence, but you can pick up Park City beers at various grocery stores around town.

Policy Kings Brewery

The Cedar City brewery updated its hours: 4-7 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Policy Kings is filling growlers only for now but may have packaged beer to-go next week. (3/19)

Proper Brewing Co.

Proper is anticipating selling beers to-go starting on March 19. Its neighbor — Proper Burger Co. — is offering curbside pickup. By the way, since spring has sprung, so has Ostara. “We can’t have a release party as planned, but stop in and grab some delicious triple IPA with citrus to enjoy at a socially responsible distance,” Proper wrote. Hours: 12-8 p.m. (3/19)

Red Rock Brewing

All menu items at the Red Rock pubs (Downtown, Fashion Place, Park City) are available to-go starting today. Hours are 12-7 p.m. and here’s the online menu. March 19-20 only, take 50% off your curbside order. The Red Rock Beer Store is selling beer-to-go and filling new growlers purchased on-site. (3/18)

Red Rock is also able to sell packaged beer to go from its downtown pub. (3/20)

RoHa Brewing Project

RoHa is selling beer to-go. and filling new growlers purchased on-site. (3/17)

Roosters Brewing

Roosters Brewing is open for curbside food pickup. At Roosters B Street, grab a crowler of your favorite brew — $7 each for the rest of the month (don’t forget your ID). (3/17)

SaltFire Brewing

SaltFire built a Self Isolation Survival Pack. Stop by the bottle shop and get a free Get Fucked with Saltfire condom with any purchase. (3/17)

Salt Flats Brewing

The Salt Flats package agency is open and selling beer to-go. (3/17)

Shades Brewing

Shades Brewing set up curbside “beer pick-up” tents in front of the brewery’s dock on March 16. It also built an “emergency pack” with 24 sorted beers ready to go for $50 plus tax, according to head brewer Marcio Buffolo.

Beer drinkers are still able to select their own beers, but the pack is designed for a quick transaction.

The “emergency pack” includes the following (2 each): Aphrodite Belgian Blonde Ale, Premium Lager, Imperial Lager, Grapefruit Revolution Hazy & Juicy IPA, Slick City Citrus IPA, Kveik Rotator, Plum Berliner Weisse, Misdirected IPA, Double Trub’l Double IPA, Fit Lager, Kveik. And one each: Fit Brut IPA and Fit Blonde. Hours: 3-7 p.m. (3/18)

Silver Reef Brewing

The Silver Reef store is open from 12-6 p.m. (except Sunday). You’re able to purchase beer and spirits to go. (3/19)

Squatters Craft Beers

Call ahead for curbside food and beer availability (3/17)

Strap Tank Brewery

Information was unavailable. (3/19)

Talisman Brewery

Talisman Brewery in Ogden is open normal business hours for beer-to-go. It’s offering $12 growler fills, and creating a mixed six-pack of its 5% beer for $20. (3/18)

T.F. Brewing

The T.F. Brewing beer store is open from 12-8 p.m. Here’s a photo of the canned beer lineup available on March 17. Crowlers are available to-go as well (check the website for current draft offerings). You’re welcome to place your order over the telephone. (3/17)

Toasted Barrel Brewery

Toasted Barrel is selling beer to-go, though it’s limiting its hours. It’s even dipped into its cellar to “make your life a little better in this crazy time.” Check its social media for the latest. (3/19)

Uinta Brewing

The General Store remains open for beer — and merchandise — to-go. (3/17)

UTOG Brewing

UTOG is temporarily closing its doors to the restaurant. The Ogden brewery’s beer store will be open from 3-7 p.m. weekdays and 12-5 p.m. on weekends. “During these extremely tough times for the restaurant community, visiting our beer store is the best way to help our employees and small business stay strong,” brewer Carson Foss wrote. “We will open the back gate on the Southwest side of our property so you can park extremely close to the beer store for all of your purchases.”

UTOG is offering cases of 5% beer for $30. That’s 24 12-ounce cans you can mix and match.

Vernal Brewing

Vernal Brewing Company is open 11:30 a.m.-8 p.m., with beer to-go. Telephone: (435) 781-2337. (3/19)

Wasatch Brewery

Call ahead for curbside food and beer availability. (3/17)

Zion Brewery

Starting March 18,  the Zion brewpub in Springdale will be open for takeout and delivery only. Station II in downtown St. George will be closed. (3/19)

Zólupez Brewing

You’re able to find sampler 12-packs of Zólupez beer at various grocery stores around the state.

The Bayou

The Bayou is open for curbside to-go orders. It “will be able to start selling 5% beers to go. Details on that shortly.” Telephone: (801) 961-8400. (3/19)

Beer Bar

Beer Bar closed its doors temporarily. (3/17)

Beerhive Pub

The Beerhive Pub is temporarily closed. (3/16)

Craft by Proper

The Utah-only beer bar closed its doors temporarily (3/17)

Slackwater Pizzeria & Pub (Ogden & Sandy)

Slackwater Sandy is anticipating opening for curbside to-go food orders on March 19. (3/18)

The Beer Nut Homebrew Shop

The Beer Nut is open with modified procedures. All grain orders will be pulled by the staff and it will limit the number of individuals allowed in the store at one time. Online or telephone orders are encouraged. Hours: 10 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Telephone: (801) 531-8182 (3/19)

Salt City Brew Supply Homebrew Shop

Salt City Brew Supply remains open. (3/19)

Updates March 20

A lot stayed the same for Utah breweries between Thursday and Friday. Of note, as mentioned in the March 19 update, DABC is allowing growlers to be filled to-go at locations that don’t also have a package agency attached. That includes Bewilder Brewing and Hopkins Brewing Co.

Red Rock Brewery is also allowed to sell packaged beer to go from its downtown brewpub.

A couple of other notes:

  • Roosters Brewing: It’s still curbside and to-go, but Roosters has adjusted its menu and added family-sized options. Crowlers are $7, and merchandise and gift cards are available. Find it all online. Hours: 11:30 a.m.-8 p.m.
  • Level Crossing Brewing: The South Salt Lake brewery is delivering food (order online).
  • Utah Beer Stores: Uinta Brewing rolled out a website — utahbeerstores.com — to allow each brewery to update its own information for consumers.

Confirmed coronavirus cases in Utah: 112. (3/20)

Updates: March 19

Thank you to Tanner Lenart, aka The Utah Liquor Lawyer, for passing along this informative clarification from the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (DABC).

Here’s the full document (PDF).

It appears restaurants aren’t allowed to sell beer to-go (due to the whole must-be-seated-while-drinking thing).

The Salt Lake Area Restaurant Association, however, posted on its website that if the establishment is licensed as a bar, “a guest may purchase an unopened beer and take it to go. It is very important that the guest must enter the premises for the beer and take it with them out the door.”

The DABC memo went on to say that no establishment — including bars and taverns — is allowed to offer “curbside alcohol sales or service.” No official word on “dockside” sales.

Bars and taverns, if allowed to offer food sales to go, “may also sell sealed containers of regular beer (5% or less alcohol by volume).”

All beer must be sold at regular menu price (i.e. no End of Days or Earthquake discounts). Per the DABC, “All beer must be purchased at the regular listed menu prices and not discounted in any way.”

Finally, for alcohol licensees who plan to close completely (during the mandated dining-in shutdown) and not remain open for takeout or curbside business, “please contact your DABC Compliance Officer now and remain in contact with them to ensure you remain in compliance.”

Soon after, the DABC tweeted that Utah Gov. Gary Herbert signed an executive order “that will allow restaurants and bars to return unopened wine, beer, and spirits” to “help ease the financial burden on restaurants and bars during the COVID-19 closures.”

Also, state liquor stores are open with modified hours (12-7 p.m.).

Updates: March 18

Utah experienced an earthquake at 7:09 a.m. on March 18. The 5.7-magnitude quake, centered west of downtown Salt Lake, caused damage and power outages, but no reported injuries.

It shook a population already on edge. A few breweries lost power, forcing them to shut down temporarily. Level Crossing Brewing in South Salt Lake said it is closing for the day, as is Proper Brewing.

The state’s breweries shut down earlier in the week due to the coronavirus outbreak. Those with proper licensing were able to fill makeshift to-go orders. After today’s earthquake, it’s likely your favorite Salt Lake-based brewery is completely closed, at least for the day.

The Beer Nut Homebrew Supply shop, also without power, said it was taking “a mental health day.” (3/18)

2 Row Brewing said its bottle shop remains open in Midvale. (3/18)

The Bayou, a beer bar in Salt Lake, also announced that it would be suspending its to-go service. It hadn’t been able to sell beer to go. (3/18)

State-run liquor stores in several cities closed following the earthquake to check for structural damage. Stores that are able to reopen on Thursday “will have shorter hours, from noon to 7 p.m., due to the coronavirus pandemic,” The Salt Lake Tribune reported. (3/18)

It looks like the General Distribution Company warehouse experienced damage to its beer inventory. (3/18)

Confirmed coronavirus cases in Utah: 63. (3/18)

Updates: March 17

The following are a few updates posted by various breweries following the Salt Lake County Health Department’s order for restaurants and bars to cease on-site dining and drinking at 11 p.m. on March 16. Know of others? Pass them along, please.

As always, it’s best to double-check with individual establishments. Needless to say, this remains a dynamic situation

2 Row Brewing

Growler fills are $4, while 2 Row Brewing’s 5% beers are $8.99 per six-pack. “We will be open regular hours for as long as they allow us,” 2 Row wrote. “We will be limiting the number of people in the bottle shop.” (3/17)

Bewilder Brewing

Bewilder plans to open March 19 with food to go from 12-8 p.m. Curbside pickup and delivery, with an online ordering option (stay tuned). (3/18)

Desert Edge Brewery

Desert Edge in Trolley Square offered free corned beef and cabbage to-go. It began serving at 2 p.m. and it appears its supply ran out in under an hour.  Otherwise, Desert Edge said it is suspending operations indefinitely. (3/17)

Hopkins Brewing Co.

The Sugar House brewery listed its kitchen hours for takeout orders (menu). It is not able to sell beer (crowlers) to go. UPDATE: It sounds like maybe an exception has been made? Hopkins commented on this post saying: “looks like an exception has been made and to-go beer is allowed now! 🍻” (3/17)

Kiitos Brewing

Kiitos Brewing is selling cans to go and Hunt’s Texas BBQ is out front serving smoked corned beef and cabbage to go. The beer store is open until 8 p.m. (3/17)

Level Crossing Brewing

Call (385) 270-5752 to place a to-go order at Level Crossing Brewing (here’s the menu). “Remember, we have to-go beer available as well,” it wrote. Hours are 11 a.m. to  8 p.m., seven days a week. (3/17)

Moab Brewery

Starting on March 18, Moab Brewery will be filling to-go orders. It’s unclear whether they’re selling beer to go. (3/17)

Mountain West Hard Cider

The bottle shop is open, with reduced hours, for to-go ciders. (3/17)

Policy Kings Brewery

The St. Patrick’s Day party is still on at the Cedar City brewery. It starts at 5 p.m. (3/17)

Red Rock Brewing

All menu items at the Red Rock pubs are available to-go starting today. Hours are 12-7 p.m. and here’s the online menu. (3/17)

RoHa Brewing Project

It’s selling beer to-go until 8 p.m. on St. Patrick’s Day (and presumably indefinitely). (3/17)

Roosters Brewing

Roosters Brewing has corned beef and cabbage for St. Patrick’s Day — curbside. Call in your order and pay over the phone with a credit card. Call again when you’re out front. Grab a crowler of your favorite brew — $7 each for the rest of the month (don’t forget your ID). (3/17)

SaltFire Brewing

SaltFire built a Self Isolation Survival Pack. Stop by the bottle shop and get a free Get Fucked with Saltfire condom with any purchase. (3/17)

Salt Flats Brewing

Its package agency is open and selling beer to-go. (3/17)

Talisman Brewery

Talisman Brewery in Ogden is open normal hours and selling beer to-go. (3/17)

T.F. Brewing

The T.F. Brewing beer store is open from 12-8 p.m. Here’s a photo of the canned beer lineup available on March 17. Crowlers are available to-go as well (check the website for current draft offerings). You’re welcome to place your order over the telephone. (3/17)

Toasted Barrel Brewery

Toasted Barrel is selling beer to-go, though it’s limiting its hours. Check its social media for the latest. (3/17)

Uinta Brewing

The General Store remains open for beer — and merchandise — to-go. (3/17)

UTOG Brewing

UTOG Brewing in Ogden will be open on St. Patrick’s Day from 3-9 p.m. Fish and chips, corned beef and cabbage, and Irish drinks are on the menu. “If you’d like your food carried out to your car, please call ahead,” UTOG wrote. “For those of you who’d like to dine in, we will be following guidelines for cleaning and social distancing.” (3/17)

The Utah Brewers Guild

Nicole Dicou, executive director of The Utah Brewers Guild, on Instagram called the week “a doozy” — and it isn’t even half over. Though public health and wellness remain a priority, she wrote,  it doesn’t make any of the sudden closures in Utah any less jarring.

“My heart is breaking for every person affected by the sudden layoffs, health scares and major stress,” she wrote.

Dicou advised checking in with friends in the beer industry.

“Who would you be throwing back a pint with right now if the bars and breweries were open? Text that person.”

 

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Coronavirus and Utah Breweries

As health experts are advising “social distancing,” many Utah breweries are taking steps to provide a safe beer-drinking environment. Many are offering alternatives to bellying up to the bar, though, as of Monday morning, only two reportedly went so far as to close their pub or taproom doors.

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Uinta Brewing announced that it would close its Uinta Brewhouse Pub until March 22 “with tentative plans to re-open for dining and bar service” on March 23. The Salt Lake brewery’s General Store will remain open for to-go sales during regular business hours, Uinta wrote.

Heber Valley Brewing, located in Wasatch County, which neighbors Summit, announced on March 15 a temporary taproom closure due to the coronavirus outbreak. The brewery, less than a year old, is still offering beer to-go.

“In an effort to help with the safety of our team, patrons, and everyone in the Heber Valley community, we will be closing the taproom until further notice,” the brewery wrote on Instagram. “We will, however, keep our package agency open so you can stop by to pick up some cans of our Electric Avenue Double IPA, or fill up a growler or cans of your favorite beer from the taps!”

Another brewery — Grid City Beer Works — planned to open its doors for the first time later this month. It posted on Instagram on March 15 that those plans are now suspended indefinitely.

“We have made the decision to postpone our long-awaited opening due to the unknowns of the current public health situation,” it wrote. “As you can imagine, this has been an incredibly difficult decision. We are proud to be a part of the brewery and restaurant community and hope that you will responsibly continue to support those local businesses throughout Salt Lake City.”

Utah Breweries React

Here’s a roundup detailing steps other breweries around the state are taking. Please keep in mind this is an extremely fluid situation and policies may change at any time. Keep an eye on the individual brewery’s social media for the most up-to-date information.

UPDATE: 3/16 11:30 a.m.: The health department ordered Salt Lake County restaurants and bars to suspend all sit-down service beginning at 11 p.m. March 16. This effectively eliminates any on-site beer-drinking indefinitely. Many breweries are still offering beer to-go and pubs and beer-forward restaurants are accepting takeout orders. Check with the individual establishments for details.

Bewilder Brewing

Utah’s newest brewery, which opened just last December, is “maintaining a clean and safe space for our patrons,” Bewilder Brewing posted on Instagram on March 13. “Our large space allows for people to spread out and enjoy a beer and some food.”

Bewilder can also box up food to go and fill growlers.

UPDATE 3/16: Bewilder is removing communal items, practicing extra sanitation, and limiting the number of people in the taproom to 25.

 

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Fisher Brewing

Fisher Brewing says it’s temporarily reduced seating, increased spacing between tables, removed self-serve water stations, and added extra sanitization procedures, among other measures.

“We would like to urge our loyal customers to exercise precaution during this time,” Fisher wrote on Instagram on March 15. “Be mindful that limiting your time in public spaces is a prudent way to protect yourself and others. While we remain open for business, remember that our to-go beer options are plentiful.”

UPDATE 3/16: Fisher Brewing announced that its “doors will be closed today and indefinitely, that includes to-go beer sales as well.” The brewery didn’t put a timeline on when it would reopen.

 

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Hopkins Brewing

Hopkins Brewing “will be operating business as usual,” it wrote on March 14.

The Sugar House brewery’s taken extra precautions to regularly sanitize door handles, point-of-sale screens, and all other touchpoints.

“As a reminder, we do offer beer and food to-go, but we will also be working with local food delivery services (local law still does not allow beer to be delivered),” Hopkins wrote on Instagram. “We’re your neighbors and friends. We love our community and we sympathize with all of those affected by this virus, the stress, and the recent hit to the economy.”

 

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Hoppers Grill & Brewing Co.

Hoppers Grill & Brewing Co. “will remain open with strict measures in place for employees and guests,” the Midvale pub wrote on March 15. “Our top priority has always been to provide everyone the best possible care in our restaurant. Since our inception, we’ve made all efforts to provide a safe and healthy environment for our customers and our employees.”

Hoppers published a lengthy list of steps it is taking in light of the coronavirus outbreak.  Among them:

  • Requiring employees to stay home if they are ill or believe they have been exposed to coronavirus
  • Closely monitoring the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) for appropriate measures and actions
  • Educating employees on preventative measures provided by the CDC
  • Increasing the frequency and extent of cleaning practices (i.e., additional wipe downs of all hard surfaces, including the kitchen, bars, bathrooms, dining rooms, and high-contact areas like door handles and switches and menus)

Update 3/16: Hoppers is temporarily closing its doors.

Level Crossing Brewing Co.

Level Crossing Brewing Co. remains open for business. On March 13, it posted a list of measures it’s taking to help combat the spread of coronavirus.

UPDATE 3/16 2:15 p.m.: Level Crossing’s beer store will remain open and it will accept orders for food to-go.

 

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Proper Brewing Co.

Proper Brewing Co. is also increasing precautions in terms of cleanliness and sanitation.

In addition, as of March 13, “all Proper locations will keep regularly scheduled hours and regular events, including trivia, bingo, and cellar dinners,” it wrote on Instagram.

Proper also was in the process of setting up delivery options for its restaurants.

“We are currently offering curbside pickup for all of our restaurants,” it wrote. “Please give us a call, and we are happy to take your order and payment over the phone. Simply call again when you have arrived to pick up your food, and we will bring your order out to your vehicle.”

 

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RoHa Brewing Project

RoHa Brewing Project announced it will close its taproom through at least March 22. You can still get beer to-go from the brewery.

 

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Shades Brewing

Shades Brewing set up curbside “beer pick-up” tents in front of the brewery on March 16. It also built an “emergency pack” with 24 sorted beers ready to go for $50 plus tax, according to head brewer Marcio Buffolo.

Beer drinkers are still able to select their own beers, but the pack is designed for a quick transaction.

The “emergency pack” includes the following (2 each): Aphrodite Belgian Blonde Ale, Premium Lager, Imperial Lager, Grapefruit Revolution Hazy & Juicy IPA, Slick City Citrus IPA, Kveik Rotator, Plum Berliner Weisse, Misdirected IPA, Double Trub’l Double IPA, Fit Lager, Kveik. And one each: Fit Brut IPA and Fit Blonde.

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A curbside “beer pick-up” tent at Shades Brewing. Photo: Shades Brewing

Additional Coronavirus Information

As mentioned, it’s best to keep an eye on individual brewery’s social media for the most current information.

  • Check out the sites — some breweries are offering special deals.
  • And many offer gift cards, which is an excellent way to show your support during a challenging time for these small businesses.

Here are a few other posts from breweries we’ve come across relating to the coronavirus outbreak:

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