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COVID-19 began as an abstract. It was something happening across the world, but not here in Michigan, or even the United States. It was murmurs and rumors and hand washing. And then March 16 came and everything changed with a quick, decisive snap when Governor Gretchen Whitmer closed all dine-in service for bars and restaurants across the enti ...

Pushing Forward: How a Michigan Craft Brewery Gets Proactive During COVID-19

COVID-19 began as an abstract. It was something happening across the world, but not here in Michigan, or even the United States. It was murmurs and rumors and hand washing.

And then March 16 came and everything changed with a quick, decisive snap when Governor Gretchen Whitmer closed all dine-in service for bars and restaurants across the entire state of Michigan. I went from being a full-time Sales Representative for Beards Brewery to a question mark—and I was not the only one. Here’s a peek into our COVID-19 story:

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Emily Hengstebeck

Beards Brewery sits at the very entrance of Downtown Petoskey overlooking Little Traverse Bay. The pub and restaurant’s capacity is over 300 with our outdoor patio included, and we offer a full menu of food, beer, cider, and soda. We host local musicians and organize a monthly concert series as well. Needless to say, we are well-practiced and used to managing large crowds and thirsty customers. 

When all of that became a moot point our management team too

Source: Mitten Brew

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