MUNSTER, Ind. — Three Floyds Brewpub is closing its doors for good in Munster.
The craft-beer maker will still be producing its beer and spirits for sale in liquors stores and other venues that wish to sell it. The Brewpub shut down in March when the coronavirus pandemic first hit, furloughing 49 workers in the process.
The company notified investors of the move in a letter, published in the Times of Northwest Indiana.
“As many of you know, this pandemic has not been kind to the restaurant industry, and we are no exception,” the letter said. “As of December 1, 2020, we have decided to permanently close 3 Floyds Brewpub. This decision was not easy for us, but at the end of the day, the safety of our customers and staff will always be our top priority.”
The owner of the company decided not to reopen the Brewpub in May when Governor Holcomb’s COVID restrictions allowed them to do so.
According to Inside Indiana Business, Three Floyds has been rated the No. 1 craft brewery in the world by RateBeer.com on multiple occasions.
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