Almost as soon as I pressed the publish button on my last blog post about Bold City Brewing Company’s closure at the hands of the Jacksonville fire marshal, the Times-Union published an updated article stating that the brewery was granted permission to reopen.
The problem, according to the newspaper article, stemmed from the brewery’s Thursday night practice of hosting brewery yoga. Because of the number of people that activity could draw, the building is not properly equipped according to fire codes.
With the understanding that no more than 40 patrons are to be allowed in the facility at a time, the fire marshal has approved the reopening of the tap room.
Susan Miller, co-owner of the brewery with her son, Brian, said the doors would be open to beer lovers at 3:00 p.m. Friday as usual.
Read the entire Times-Union article at the link below: