Crooked Pint Ale House in Rochester reopens its doors after a year

(ABC 6 News) – The Crooked Pint Ale House in Rochester is reopening its doors Tuesday after closing over a year ago.

The site originally closed in the fall of 2020 because of Covid-19 cases spiking in the area. Now they have a new location and are set to welcome guests back with a brand new selection of beer and burgers.

"Rochester has always been incredible supporters of Crooked Pint and our staff and our employees. We’re really excited to be back here and help give back to the community and just provide a great experience for families each and every day," Owner Jacob Moe said.

To mark the occasion, the first 100 guests that visit the Crooked Pint will receive free Juicy Lucy’s for a year.

The new location is connected to the Ramada Hotel on South Broadway Avenue in Rochester.