20 September, 2020, 04:20

Crooked Tooth Brewing Company to open patio for table service

"We are so excited to reopen our doors and space to our community that we love and have missed so much."

After being closed to the public since March and offering to-go brews only, Crooked Tooth Brewing Company is reopening its patio on Wednesday, September 2.

For the time being, the hours of operation will be 3 – 8 p.m. on Wednesday, 3 – 10 p.m. on Thursday – Saturday, and 3 – 8 p.m. on Sunday.

Crooked Tooth Brewing Compay

Photo by Tony Zamorano

Much like the rest of the craft beer community, the Crooked Tooth crew is just as excited about the opportunity to open the patio once again.

“Our team and space have greatly missed the sounds and connection of our community,” said Crooked Tooth Brewing Company’s co-owner, Julie Vernon. “We are holding great intention for the safety and well-being of our community, team, and families. Therefore, we will be holding each other responsible for practicing the highest level of safety.”

In turn, the team creatively transformed the patio into a rather beautiful setting.

Outside, you’ll see some spiffy hand-built furniture, much like the pallet planters fastened to the walls and wine barrel tables/umbrella stands.

Crooked Tooth Brewing Company

Photo by Tony Zamorano

“We have redesigned our patio to allow more space to promote social distancing while keeping it welcoming and accommodating,” said Vernon. “We are also transitioning to a table service model to ensure the utmost care of our patrons and team. It has been almost six months since we closed our doors for onsite drinking and gathering, we are so excited to reopen our doors and space to our community that we love and have missed so much.”

Additionally, the brewery will still be offering its 32-ounce crowlers and 22-ounce bottles to-go for anyone who’d rather enjoy the brews at home.

Crooked Tooth Brewing Company is located at 228 E. Sixth St. For more information, follow Crooked Tooth Brewing Company on Facebook

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