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A Message From Surly Brewing

Surly Nation,

Providing you an environment that is clean, safe, and fun is what Surly Brewing and our destination brewery are all about. The coronavirus pandemic has required us to take action to make sure this is still an option and we’ve taken every step to ensure our doors will remain open for your drinking, dining and entertaining wants and needs.

We’re glad you’re asking how we’re doing this. At the destination brewery, we’re:

  • Adding online ordering so you can get your frites, BBQ platters, and Surly burgers to-go starting Monday. You’ll find ordering options at SurlyBrewing.com.
  • We’re limiting the capacity of the building so there are only so many guests in one area at any given time.
  • While we’ve always exceeded the standards for cleaning and disinfecting, we’ve increased the frequency and vigor of these processes.
  • Employees are following heightened wellness protocols. This includes staying home when they’re feeling ill, frequent hand washing while singing Fade to Black and practicing air high-fives to limit contact.

From the brewery side, we’re still making and packaging beer. When you head out to support your local businesses, you’ll find Surly on shelves and menus.

We’re continuing to make adjustments to our plans based on guidance provided by the WHO, CDC, MDOH and local officials. We’re committed to keeping you, our employees, and all of Surly Nation safe, and to make sure there is a fresh pint ready for you when you join us.

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