TUCSON, Ariz. — The Crooked Tooth Brewing Company is reopening for patio dining services Wednesday after being closed since March.
The restaurant has redesigned its patio to promote social distancing.
The co-owner says the past six months have been hard, but they wouldn't be where they are without the community.
Co-owner Benjamin Vernon said "We're so community center we had you know concerts and like game nights here we had like music we hosted events weddings all sorts of different stuff, and so the community really supported us in a huge way, and that was huge for us I mean the love that we got from Tucson really showed through and that carried us to this point now."
Since March, the brewery has been offering its craft beers in to-go containers, and will continue to do so.