June 2, 2020
Flying Dog Brewery will keep its brewery taproom shuttered until at least June 2021, when the company will “evaluate the possibility of reopening,” the company announced in a press release. The company cited a need to focus on producing its core offerings, as well as support for its retail accounts.
“It’s been a devastating few months for restaurants, bars and other establishments in Frederick County and beyond, and we want to do whatever we can to help them to rebuild their businesses,” Flying Dog chief marketing officer Ben Savage said in a press release.
Frederick County, Maryland, where Flying Dog is located, is in “Stage One” of Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s, which permits outdoor dining at bars and restaurants with “strong safety protocols in place.”
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