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No. Please contact Garfield County Public Health with any questions.
Please contact Garfield County Public Health for the current status on these regulations and guidance on the approval process.
Yes. Per Governor Polis’ order on March 20th, businesses may sell or deliver alcohol as a part of a food order to persons over the age of 21. Please see the State’s Public Health FAQ for more information.
No, on-premises retailers may not refill and sell alcohol beverages in growlers and crowlers, because doing so would be in violation of Regulation 47-904(C), 1 CCR 203.2.
Malt liquor manufacturers with an onsite wholesale sales room may continue to do so.
Establishments may allow up to five members of the public at one time on the premises for the purpose of picking up their food or beverage orders, so long as those individuals are at least six feet apart from one another.
At this point, customers may not be served alcohol while waiting for their order, even if they are on the business premises.
Yes, per PHO 20-24, the fulfillment of e-commerce orders is considered "minimum basic operations," and is allowed with appropriate social distancing guidelines in place.