GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. – A local brewery is opening its doors to customers again, while upholding regulations put in place by the Mesa County Health Department.
Kannah Creek Brewing Company and Edgewater Brewery have started welcoming customers back for in-house dining.
The company is taking precautions by providing and requiring a mask be worn by customers inside the brewery, except while at their table.
Employees are wearing masks and gloves, and seating is available at unmarked tables to accommodate social distancing.
Owner Jim Jeffreys says the breweries are taking every precaution to ensure the safety of customers and employees.
“We are being careful over here and if you’re a little bit leery of going out, I think most restaurants in town know what they’re doing and have a pretty good handle on sanitation anyway, so just maintain social distancing, be sure you have your mask with you because you’re gonna have to have one to get into buildings,” said Jeffreys.
Kannah Creek Brewing Company and Edgewater Brewery are also offering a growler fill special.
If you bring your glass, you can get a fill for just $10 and they will clean and sanitize your growler, or you can get a new glass and fill for $20.