Frequently Asked Questions

Third Wheel Brewing COVID-19 Impact

OUR RE-OPENING PLAN

We will open the tap room this week with a limited menu and limited hours. Starting Wednesday, May 27th, we will allow up to 10 customers in the building at a time to place to-go orders only. You will enter through the regular entrance and exit via the patio doors. There will not be any eating or drinking onsite. Only one person per family inside when ordering. Masks are preferred when ordering onsite. Online ordering and curbside pick-up will continue be available.


Hours of operation:
 

Our hours this week at Third Wheel Brewing

Wed 6/3 3:00 - 6:30 (To-Go Only)
Thu 6/4 3:00 - 6:30 (To-Go Only)
Fri 6/5 Noon - 9:00 pm. Inside dining returns. We will be limited to 60 customers in the building.
Sat 6/6 Noon - 9:00 pm. Don't forget our 3 Year Anniversary Scavenger Hunt from Noon - 5:00.
Sun 6/7 Noon - 4:00. Biscuits return for brunch!

 

On Friday, June 5th, we will open the tap room for inside dining and drinking. We will be limiting capacity and enacting other new procedures to make certain our staff and guests are safe and practicing social distancing. If you are unwell, have a fever, or are experiencing other symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home. Here is what you need to know when you visit:

• This is new to us. There will be kinks we will need to work out. Please have patience and be kind.
• Seating is limited to 60 guests. You may show up and need to wait outside or come back later.
• You will enter through the regular entrance and exit via the patio doors.
• Masks are preferred when ordering onsite.
• You must maintain at least 6 feet of distance between your party and other guests.
• Our tables are set at least 6 feet apart; we request you do not move any tables or chairs.
• No parties of more than 8 people.
• We request you take your used glassware and dining ware to our busser station when you are finished with your food and/or drinks.
• Restrooms will be open.
• Online ordering and curbside pick-up will continue to be available.
• Be kind.

Q: Where can I buy your beer?

A: Of course you can come to our tap room where we always have something new on tap. Also, as of September 2019, you can find is in select bars and restaurants in Columbia, MO. If you don't see us on tap ask for Third Wheel to be carried. 

Q: Can I take your beer home with me?

A: Hell yeah! We have a selection of cans available to go. We also have 64oz growlers for sale (or BYO growler) and we now have Crowlers. A Crowler is a 32oz aluminum can that we can fill with your favorite brew from Third Wheel. Crowlers stay fresher longer so they're good for traveling, floating, camping, you name it. Then when you're finished drinking it you put it right in the recycling so it can be reincarnated in to more cans. 

 

Q: Can I bring my kids?

A: Sure, but just keep in mind that we are a brewery focused on serving adult beverages to adults who may sometimes use adult language. No one under 21 is allowed after 8pm. 

Q: Do you allow smoking.

A: Nope. Smoking, including vaping, can interfere with the enjoyment of beer so neither are allowed in our building.

 

Q: Do you take reservations?

A: We are casual. Really casual, so reservations are not necessary. We can usually accommodate any size group at any time. If your group is larger than 8 people we do like to have a heads up so we can plenty of staff to serve you. Just send us an email to let us know the date, time, and size of your group. 

 

If you have a special gathering of 10 - 100 or more and would like to discuss our options for hosting your event please email events@thirdwheelbrewing.com 

Q; Can I bring a cake or decorations?

A: Yes, but you may have to share a piece with the Beer Stooges. Please bring plates, forks, and napkins or there is a $3 per person cake fee. 

 

Q: Can you donate beer for my event?

A: Sorry but no. The Man prevents us from directly donating beer. We do like to give back to our community so we frequently donate gift cards and merchandise to various organizations. If you would like to request a donation please send your request at least 30 days in advance. Be sure to include the date of your event, event description, and number of attendees. Donations must be picked up at the brewery during our open hours. We do not mail donations. 

How we choose to whom we will donate

1. 501c3 Organizations

2. Based in St. Charles County

3. Not politically affiliated

 

Q: You guys are awesome! Can I come work for you?

A: I'm not going to lie, we tend to be pretty picky when comes to members of our team. If you want to be a Stooge then you have to demonstrate a passion for beer and be able to share that passion with someone who has never hoisted a craft beer as well as someone who has over 2500 Untappd check-ins, plus be fun, happy, and smart. We also require all of our Stooges to be Cicerone Certified Beer Servers or be able to pass the test within 60 days of hire. If this sounds like you then send us your resume. Yep, we want a resume.

Q: What's your phone number?

A: We have one but no one bothered to write it down so we don't know. Look, it's 2019 so everything you need to know is on this site or our Facebook page. If you still need to reach us then you can email us or hit us up on social media. 

Q: I've got this really awesome product/service/widget that will really make your life easier. Can I call you or stop by to talk about it?

A: Hey, everyone has to make a living, right? We make ours focusing on our customers so we never take sales calls during our open hours. 

Q: I'm in a band and we would like to play at the brewery. When can we play?

A: Currently we are not accepting or seeking any additional music acts. We are booked for all of 2020 and have hundreds of applications on file.