MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Wayzata BrewWorks in Wayzata has announced it will be closing after nearly five years of operation, citing the “unnecessary financial hardship” caused by the state’s COVID-19 restrictions.

On Tuesday, the brewery said it will close immediately, despite not having any COVID-19 case traced to its establishment.

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“We are now faced with a second shut down imposed by Governor Walz, a shutdown that doesn’t involve any sustainable relief from the Governor in order to help alleviate the economic calamity brought to our industry as a result of his decision,” the brewery said in a statement. “We have many thoughts around the Governor’s actions; we will leave it at this; Until the governor and others making the decisions around shutdowns and restrictions are personally financially affected by those decisions, those decisions will continue to cause unnecessary financial hardship.”

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The brewery opened along Lake Minnetonka in April 2015.

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