BASED ON THE GOVENORS MANDATE
This evening Governor Baker mandated that all on-premise locations (bars and restaurants.. and yes tasting rooms) close except for TO-GO business effective Tuesday March 17th.

Tomorrow, Monday, March 16th will be the last day for tastings and pint sales for a while . We will be open our regular hours 10am to 6pm. We will be filling growlers & howlers, selling cans, doing tastings (in plastic cups) and serving pints (in plastic cups). We will have plenty of room to accommodate social distancing while not exceeding 25 people at a time.

Effective immediately ALL EVENTS between now and April 6th are cancelled or postponed. Someone from the Brew Crew will reach out to you, likely via email, if you have purchased tickets for an event in the next 2-3 weeks. Stay tuned.

As of Tuesday March 17th: We will be TO-GO RETAIL SALES ONLY. This means cans, growlers, howlers, and other retail goods. We will NO LONGER be allowed legally to sell pints, or tastings to be consumed on premise.

CURBSIDE ORDERS: some have requested this, so we're going to give it a try. To order curbside please call our retail operation at 508-790-4200 and press 4. Tell the retail person what you want, and they will ring up your order. We will then send you an email to the address you provide and you can pay online. Then come by the brewery, pull up and call retail again.. same number and tell them your name and that you are outside. Easy Peasy. Or so we hope. Please be patient. We're trying!

We will continue to brew and pay our employees for as long as we can. We are bullish on Cape Cod and Summer 2020. Please think positive thoughts with us...and for us!
Want to Help? Here's What You Can Do!
These are uncharted waters.. but here's a list of things we think you can do if you want to help:
  • Buy our beer.. from us directly, or from your local liquor store.
  • Order food to-go from our local restaurants - we need them to survive!
  • Buy gift certificates online from your favorite businesses.
  • If it's not feasible for you to do the first few things, consider going online and writing nice reviews for your favorite local businesses or sharing their social media posts, especially those who are still open.
  • Donate to local charities that are supporting our service industry.
  • Take care of your elderly neighbors, people trapped inside due to health issues, and the single parents with kids at home for a very long time.
  • Don't hoard food or other supplies.. we can all get through this together.
  • Be nice...and wash your hands. :)

We have great faith in the Cape Cod community, but based on these recent actions, we know that this will hit our local business community hard. As always if you have comments, concerns or suggestions please reach out to us.

Thank you for your support,

Todd & Beth Marcus
and the Brew Crew at Cape Cod Beer