Masks will no longer be required at Lupine Brewing Company per the State’s guidelines as of 5/14/21.
First things first. We would like to thank each and every one of our wonderful customers for the continued support. Our to-go sales have been bigger than ever, and it is all thanks to you!
On Friday, May 14th, the CDC put out a statement saying that all individuals who are vaccinated can now resume normal, pre-pandemic activities without masks or social distancing. Governor Walz followed that up by lifting the mask mandate for the state of Minnesota for all individuals.
What this means:
- Masks will no longer be required at Lupine Brewing Company.
- Lupine Brewing Company has followed the CDC guidelines on all things related to the COVID-19 virus and safety procedures since the beginning. The CDC now states that all persons who are fully vaccinated may resume normal, pre-pandemic activities without wearing masks or social distancing.
- We will encourage our customers to follow these same guidelines.
- HOWEVER, Governor Walz lifted the mask mandate and placed the responsibility on the individual to follow safe practices to the best of their ability. As a result, we will not require our staff to police mask-wearing, nor will we require proof of vaccination to visit our taproom. We will leave that responsibility to the individual as per Governor Walz and the State of Minnesota.
- Most importantly, if you are feeling sick or have any symptoms related to the COVID 19 virus we still ask that you please STAY HOME.
Taproom Hours (Starting April 1st):
Wednesdays – 4p – 8p
Thursdays – 4p – 9p
Fridays – 3p – 10p
Saturdays – 12p – 9p
Sundays – 12p – 6p
We have just a few things we would like to kindly ask of our customers during your time here at Lupine to ensure the health and safety of yourself and those around you.
- We recommend you follow the social distancing guidelines recommended by the CDC. Links will be provided below if you need further details on what those guidelines are.
- If you are showing signs of being ill, or have recently been in contact with someone who is ill, we ask that you remain at home for the safety of those around you.
- Please wash your hands after using the restroom (and any other time that is necessary. No such thing as too much).