The Rebellion Beer Company have confirmed that they have reopened their shop for the first time in six months.

The Marlow Bottom-based business confirmed the news on September 18 and officially reopened on September 21, but with several changes to meet with the new Covid-19 guidelines.

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These changes include the ceasing of offering free pints of beer from their brewery shop.

This comes after the company confirmed that they lost 80 per cent of their entire business due to the impact of the current health crisis.

A segment from their statement read: "When Covid hit, we lost 80 per cent of our entire business and this is having a significant ongoing effect on the business' profitability.

“Even with the pub trade reopening up, we are still very nervous as to the future and ongoing profitability of our sector.

“As a consequence of the above concerns, we have reluctantly come to the decision that we can now no longer afford the free samples option.

“Whilst we appreciate this is a major change in policy, we hope you will understand our reasoning behind the change.

“You will still be able to try all the beers from our tasting counter in the shop and as ever we would really value your feedback on the beers.”

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The Rebellion Beer Company’s opening times at their shop are as follows:

Mon-Wed: 9:00am to 6:00pm

Thur-Sat: 9:00am to 7:00pm

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