Columbus craft brewery is closing “until further notice”

Jack McLaughlin

A unique Columbus craft brewery is closing its doors, at least for now.

According to a statement posted its Instagram, Holy Trinity Brewing Co. has closed.

“It is with great regret that we must close until further notice,” the statement reads. “Please keep an eye out here for further information. And always, remember…Don’t Be A Dick.”

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It’s unclear if the brewery plans to reopen.

Opened by Tim and Jo McFeely in December of 2021, the duo embraced their Christian faith—-and their sense of humor—to come up with beer names like Coco Jesus and Hazy Jesus, based largely off recipes Tim McFeely created as home brews when he was serving as the nurse manager at Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.

The craft brewery, which allowed cats and dogs, is located Downtown at 155 N. Fifth St.

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