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Fat Head’s Brewery closing Beer Hall temporarily after employee tests positive for COVID-19

MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS, Ohio – Fat Head’s Brewery announced Sunday on Facebook that it has closed its Beer Hall temporarily because an employee tested positive for COVID-19. The post read that the employee was not in direct contact with guests.



Fat Head's Brewery in Middleburg Heights has put out its 2020 beer-release calendar.nnFat Head's Brewery announced Sunday on Facebook that it would be closing the Beer Hall temporarily because an employee tested positive for COVID-19.


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Fat Head’s Brewery in Middleburg Heights has put out its 2020 beer-release calendar.nnFat Head’s Brewery announced Sunday on Facebook that it would be closing the Beer Hall temporarily because an employee tested positive for COVID-19.

“Once we hear from the Health Department, we will know our next steps in reopening, and we’ll share with you right here on social media,” the announcement read, in part. “We thank you for your continued support and kindness.”

Fat Head’s Middleburg Heights location opened in August 2018. The establishment not only has an assortment of beers, but also sandwiches, wings, burgers and salads among other foods.

COVID-19 cases are on the rise in Cuyahoga County. From Sept. 23-29, daily case averages were at 41.0. But from Nov. 11-17, they were 539.4. In an Oct. 1 report from Gov. Mike DeWine’s advisory alert map, Cuyahoga County was averaging 50.3 cases per 100,000 residents in a two-week span. But on Thursday, that number was 645.1 per 100,000 residents.

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