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Hop City Craft Beer & Wine won’t be ringing in the new year with its original West Midtown outpost.
Owner Kraig Torres is going to shutter the package store before the end of the year, according to a press release Thursday.
Ahead of closing, Hop City is hosting a “final farewell party” on Thursday, November 21 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
“Hop City’s loyal friends and fans are invited to the West Midtown store for one final farewell party before the store closes its doors at the end of the year,” according to the announcement.
All large-format beers will be 20 percent off, as well as, 20 percent off growler fills and select wines.
Complimentary bites will be provided by the newest Hop City concept, Boxcar.
Hop City’s outposts in West End, Krog Street Market, and Birmingham, Alabama remain open.
Torres, who also owns Barleygarden Kitchen & Craft Bar in March 2020 will open a location of the restaurant in Pinewood Forest.