Decatur brewery on the brink of closure will remain open

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DECATUR, Ala. – A brewery that was on the brink of closure has announced a deal that will keep them in business.

Cross-Eyed Owl posted that they have reached a deal with some investors that will let them continue making brews.

The support we have received from all of you over the last two weeks has been amazing and humbling. Thank you for letting us serve you for nearly three years now, and we look forward to serving you well into the future.

The brewery announced a sale in celebration of the deal.

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Cross-Eyed Owl Brewing Company owners said they were closing the doors for the last time at the end of the month.

A post on the brewery’s Facebook page says they have suffered “severe lack of income due to COVID-19.” They say they have exhausted all the assistance available to them, but it’s not enough to endure.

The owners tell their customers they will be forever grateful for the time they got to spend with everyone. “Thank you for appreciating our wonderful beer and soda. Thank you for enjoying the space we worked so hard to build for you.”

The brewery’s last day of operation would have been October 31, if not for the deal. The business is located at 105 1st Ave. NE in Decatur.

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