We are so excited to welcome you all back! We are so grateful for the support you have shown us during the past three months during quarantine. You have kept our spirit and our company afloat and we are so grateful for that.
As we welcome folks back to the taproom we have had to change some things about how we operate. We have tried to make everything feel as normal as possible, but there are definitely some nuances that I wanted to make you aware of.
The Mayor’s plan to reopen Nashville is still in Phase 2, so in order for us to be open at all, we have to abide by certain guidelines. Here’s a link to the Roadmap for Reopening Nashville if you would like to read more.
We are limited to 75% of our posted capacity (73 people is our maximum capacity, so no more than 54 people in Fellowship Hall at a time) and we are required to abide by social distancing guidelines. We have reset our tables to be at least 6 feet apart (we had to remove 2 tables). We have made the same modifications to the outdoor space (5 tables there).
We are limited to a maximum of 6 people per table and all guests must be seated to consume alcohol. This means no standing at the bar. Guests can come to the counter, order from the register, receive a seating assignment (all the tables are numbered now), and take their beer back to their seat.
Auto-Chlor (our dish washer and kitchen sanitizer company) provides cleaning and sanitizing agents that are recognized by the EPA as effective against virus, so you can feel confident that our glassware is clean and sanitized.
Our staff is required to wear masks the entire time we are open. Our guests are encouraged to wear them but are not required to do so. We will be offering a 10% discount to anyone wearing a mask. Obviously, you can’t drink beer through a mask (well, without making a big mess), so guests don’t need to wear a mask while seated, but they are encouraged to do so while moving about the taproom.