As an additional measure to help reduce the potential spread of COVID-19 amongst employees and the community, Four Roses Distillery will temporarily suspend operations of its distillery located in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky.
The stoppage begins on March 20. Based on the current situation, Four Roses expects to commence operations again on April 6, 2020.
Last week, Four Roses announced it was suspending all guest tours, tastings and visitor center operations. All non-production employees have transitioned to working remotely.
“We have made these decisions keeping the health of our employees and our communities foremost in our minds,” says Ryan Ashley, COO at Four Roses.
Four Roses is continually monitoring the ever-changing developments and following the guidance of the CDC and other authorities, the company says. Updates will be provided as they become available.
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