Creating a Safer and Happier Chuck’s

Hi folks,

Now that Chuck’s has become such a popular destination, it’s time we had a talk about your kids and dogs in the shop.  It has come to our attention that some of our customers have been made uncomfortable by the lack of control of both and we’d like to take this opportunity to lay out our shop policies.

Dogs are welcome as long as they are well-behaved and on a leash at all times.  Dogs that are barking in the shop will be asked to step outside.  Any dog not on a leash will be required to either be leashed or leave.  This is for  the safety of your dog, other dogs, our customers, and our staff.

Kids are always welcome in the shop, because after all, being a family place is what made Chuck’s what it is today.  But, unsupervised children can cause a stressful and uncomfortable situation for both our customers and our staff.  Children should be kept under the direct supervision of their parents at all times, both inside and outside the shop.  This is for their safety, as there is a lot of commotion and it can be very crowded at times.

Thank you for your cooperation with these policies and we hope to see you in the shop soon.

Happy Beer Week!


One Response to “Creating a Safer and Happier Chuck’s”

  1. Mark MItchell Says:

    Very well put! I’m glad you laid it out, so there is no question in the future regarding policy and decorum. =^}

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