A popular brewery has confirmed that there will be no members and open nights due to the ongoing pandemic.

The Rebellion Beer Company in Marlow Bottom revealed that due to the new guidelines that were implemented by the Government, which sees pubs and bars shut at 10pm, the Bencombe Farm venue have called off all their up-and-coming events.

They also confirmed that it will be ‘unlikely’ that any will take place over the Christmas period.

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In a statement that was released on October 8, a spokesperson from the company said: “No matter how we look at it, these are large events and as such pose a significant Covid risks for both customers and staff.

“We can only apologise for this [but] be assured that as soon as we feel it is safe to do so, they will be back!”

Despite coronavirus causing havoc amongst many private and independent businesses across the country, the Rebellion Beer Company have been very active during the last few months to help their customers.

In April, they gave NHS workers a discount for all their hard work in helping patients with the illness.

In June, they introduced their new wine service which boasts drinks from all over the world and in September, the company reopened their shop for the first in six months.

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However, due to the uncertainty of what the autumn and winters months could bring, the company decided to shelf all their events for the remainder of the year.

They continued: “We hope that you [the customer] still find value in being part of the Members Club.

“Memberships still offer the free gifts and beer discounts in our recently re-opened shop, in the drive-through and our online shop, with the free home delivery service within 15 miles of the brewery or UK wide courier delivery.

“We appreciate that many of you have membership nights left to use up but have no way of doing so.

“For those who are happy to renew their memberships any unused Members nights will roll forward into your new membership year.

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“If you have already chosen or are not planning to re-join, we are happy to allow you to use your nights in the future, once they re-start, irrespective of whether your membership has lapsed or not.

“This applies to any membership that is or was due to lapse anytime in 2020/2021."

For more information, visit www.rebellionbeer.co.uk.