Snake River Brewing opens after COVID-19-related closure (copy)

People wait for a table in July at Snake River Brewing. The brewpub will close Monday, Oct. 19, for a remodel.

The brewpub will be getting a makeover.

Snake River Brewing will close its restaurant Oct. 19 to begin a remodeling project.

"This seems to be the year to do it," Sales and Marketing Director Luke Bauer told the News&Guide.

The construction timing isn't "totally clear," he said, though Sunday, Oct. 18, will definitely be the last day of service.

As for the reopening, "I suspect it will be a couple of months, for sure," Bauer said. "If it turns out to be longer ... we'll certainly be vocal about that on social media to keep people in the loop."

He said the company doesn't want to reveal too much about the remodeling plans.

If you love Snake River Brewing's beers, fear not. The brewery is not shutting down.

"We will keep brewing, keep producing, keep having packaged product available," Bauer said.

Jennifer Dorsey is chief copy editor and Business section coordinator. She worked in Washington, D.C., and Chicago before moving to the Tetons.

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