Despite the spread of COVID-19 in Ontario, beer will still be flowing at Huron County breweries.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford declared a state of emergency Tuesday, mandating all restaurants close dine-in operations, while allowing take-out and delivery services to continue.
In an e-mail to the Country 104.9 newsroom, Cowbell Brewing company in Blyth says the brewery's store will remain open for daily beer sales, along with curbside food and beer pickups.
Goderich's Square Brew announced on Facebook they will be suspending draft beer sales when they re-open Wednesday, and switching to retail sales only.
Square Brew will also be offering free delivery in the town of Goderich or pick up at the brewery, for those who order through their online store.
Varna's Stonehouse Brewery announced they will be staying open as usual, with staff willing to bring orders to your vehicle, along with home delivery within a ten mile radius.
In Seaforth, Half Hours On Earth will no longer be serving samples, beer by the glass, or offering growler refills, although the shop will remain, and delivery fees will be waived for online orders over $75.
Bayfield Brewing Company announced their retail shop is still open.