COVID-19: Dine-In Taproom Guidelines

We are happy to announce the reopening of our taproom under the guidelines provided by the CPHE! Below you can find a list of the highlighted precautions we are taking for our dine-in services! If you would like more information please visit this link here.

  • All Employees will be wearing face masks.
  • All Guest are required to wear face masks when ordering and moving around the taproom. When you are seated and dining you may remove your mask.
  • Please do not enter our premises if you have a cough, fever, or have experienced any symptoms of COVID-19
  • Please wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  • We will have a host/hostess at the front entrance that will seat all guest and manage all beer to-go sales.
  • Tabs will be started upon entry to minimize contact.
  • To minimize cross traffic we now will be doing Table Service. So please remain seated and we will be with you as soon as you need another beer.
  • Our taproom will be running at 50% capacity with seating available on the patio.
  • Please do not push tables together as we have set them to a 6 foot distance from one another.
  • We ask all guest to remain in their seats while dining with a limit of 8 per party.
  • No Mingling. Please stay within your party.
  • All tables will be bused & disinfected between parties
  • Hand Sanitizing Stations will be available throughout the taproom.
  • We will not be serving splashes or beer flights to minimize the amount of contacts
  • Plastic cups will be used on the outdoor patio only.
  • There will be a queue marked out front of our building with 6 feet markings for guest while waiting to be seated and/or pick up to-go orders.
  • For waiting parties please do not congregate, please wait in your car or off premise.
  • Our garage doors will be open as much as possible as long as the weather is applicable to ensure maximum ventilation.
  • Dogs & Children are still welcome as long as they abide by our guidelines we have set in place. We will have a one strike policy. If we have to issue a warning and have to ask you again. You will be asked to leave.

Alongside these precautions we will still continue to do our original Safety & Health precautions that were set in place when the shutdown first began. You may review those here.

(COVID-19)Safety & Health Procedures

Our Commitment to Safety & Health

We take our guest & employee safety as top priority here at Westfax Brewing. With the recent events of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Colorado, we wanted to inform you that we will remain open, but are now taking extra precautions on top of our standard day to day health and safety standards to ensure the safety of everyone.


  1. We are closely monitoring daily updates and recommendations from the CDC
  2. Disinfecting all surfaces after each customer visits (door knobs, tables, bar tops, beer to-go cooler, POS systems)
  3. Requiring staff to wash hands at least every 30 mins and after bussing tables
  4. Employees have been instructed to not come to work if they’re experiencing any Coronavirus like symptoms and to get tested. If they test positive to follow the recommended 14-day period self-isolation per the CDC

We kindly ask you to refrain from visiting our location if you are experiencing any symptoms consistent with Coronavirus (COVID-19).

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Please contact us if you have any further questions and know that when you’re visiting Westfax Brewing, your health and safety as top priority!


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