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We are constantly monitoring governmental and public health advice with regards to continuing with our events & taproom openings in the near future.
This weekend (13th-15th March) we plan to continue with our events in Manchester at Port Street & Bracknell Rugby Club this evening, and are opening our taproom as usual, including going ahead with our Brewery tours on Saturday and our awesome Indie Gift Market on Sunday.
We respectfully ask for those who are visiting us to please be mindful of the governments advice of staying at home if you have Coronavirus symptoms (high temperature or persistent cough).
If you are well and do visit, please ensure you wash your hands thoroughly and frequently and maintain reasonable social distance from our bar team.
Our bar team are taking additional precautions at the taproom this weekend including;
No printed menus on the bar
Increased in frequency of handwashing
Increased frequency in cleaning down customer surfaces including – doors, handles, tables and bar surfaces using blue roll
No hands in glasses. No touching rims of glasses.
Containment of any coughs or sneezes as standard
We ask where possible people return their own glasswear to the bar.
Obviously the situation is incredibly fluid at this point of time based on governmental advice so please keep checking social media if you plan on visiting us from afar.
Please be mindful that whilst the government advice may be to stay open, staff illness may force us to close during a time as we are only a small team.
In the meantime, we are working to get our online shop opened ASAP, which we hope to be running next week even if in a more basic format, so that you can get your DB fix even if you aren’t able to visit us in person.
Please look after yourselves and others, and if you are stocking up/eating takeaway food in due to isolation, please consider buying local & independent.
Thanks, Team DB