Effective today, Thirsty Monk Brewery’s Biltmore Park and Downtown locations will temporarily close and not continue with any pickup or to go services.

Effective today, Thirsty Monk Brewery’s Biltmore Park and Downtown locations will temporarily close and not continue with any pickup or to go services.

Thirsty Monk Brewery Discontinues To-Go Service

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Continued developments in the Coronavirus pandemic have shifted Thirsty Monk Brewery’s focus from serving their community to protecting the health of their employees and patrons. The company’s Denver and Portland locations are already closed, and effective today Thirsty Monk Biltmore Park and Downtown locations will close for the time being and not continue with any pickup or to go services.

We’re grateful for our community who came out over the last week to show support not just of Thirsty Monk, but also of the other breweries whose beer we served to-go. We’re excited to serve you once again when we can confidently do so safely.

“It just feels like the best thing we can do right now is encourage people to stay home. There will be a time to celebrate at the end of this crisis, and we plan to be there to celebrate with you,” says Barry Bialik, Thirsty Monk CEO.

For ongoing updates on Thirsty Monk’s COVID-19 response, visit monkpub.com.

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