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Avery Brewing Co. Closes Taproom and Restaurant to Public Due to the Coronavirus

Avery Brewing Co. Closes Taproom and Restaurant to Public Due to the Coronavirus

As breweries around the world deal with the coronavirus, Avery Brewing Co. in Boulder, Colorado has announced that it will close its taproom and restaurant to the public. Full details from the brewery are below.


Dear Avery Friends, Family, and Community, 
 
Our first priority is the health and safety of our visitors, co-workers, and community. We have been carefully monitoring the recent developments with coronavirus (COVID-19) in Colorado. Out of an abundance of caution, we have agreed as a team that we will temporarily close our Tap Room and Restaurant. We plan to reopen on April 5.
 
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause in your travel plans. We appreciate your understanding and willingness to work with us through this difficult time. 
 
We’ll pay our Tap Room and Restaurant employees during this closure, and beer production will continue as usual while we’re closed to the public. We will continue to take the utmost care in all our cleaning and sanitization procedures. 
 
We’ll keep you posted on updates as we have them. Thank you for being a part of our wonderful community, and we hope to see you for a beer once this has passed.
 
Much love, 
The Avery Family