Well guys, we’ve reached the “interesting twist” point in the story of Trek. When we got the news that bars and restaurants were ordered to close at 9pm, we were not together. John was home with the boys, dude’s day was in full swing, and the three boys were busy building a Leprechaun trap. When I texted to tell John what was happening, they immediately came into Trek to begin to figure out our next steps.
What’s even more amazing is that so did SO many of you. We were (and honestly, we continue to be) all the emotions. We are so grateful for all of you that support us. You are a part of our family and we appreciate you more than you know. We are sad that we can’t have you hang out with us in the taproom. We are scared of the unknown. It’s a lot.
While we can’t pretend to know what is going to happen tomorrow, we can tell you what we’re doing at Trek, right now.
We are following Gov. DeWine’s orders, and we are open for carryout beer and food. We changed our hours, and right now we’re going to be open Wednesday through Sunday 11am to 8pm. You can check our menu here, and call 740.281.3394 to place your order. You can request a no-contact food order at the patio door, or you can come say hey in the taproom.
Along with your food, you can carry out beer. We’re selling Trek beer in both growlers and crowlers, and we’ll sell our guest beers in growlers. If you bring in a growler from home, we’ll inspect it for cleanliness, then sanitize it with the chemicals we use in the brewery. Expect the process to take a few minutes to complete.
We are planning on delivery options for both food and beer. Food delivery will soon be available through DoorDash. We’ll provide more details as everything is up and running. We’re also planning to provide beer delivery. You will need to place your order online at trekbeer.com and your beers will be delivered the next day. Beer delivery will be in crowlers only. Full details will be available by the weekend.
As we stated last week, we’re taking this very seriously. Your safety is our top priority. We will continue to implement our high standards of cleanliness and food preparation.
Friends, this twist was extremely unexpected. We are uncertain of the future. We’re doing what we think is best for right now. As new information keeps coming, we’re adapting. We appreciate your support, and we’re looking forward to the day that we can open our taproom to the community again.
Be well friends. We miss you.