wineries, cellar doors, breweries and distilleries to sell alcohol, food or other products on a takeaway basis
Effect from 11am on Wednesday, wineries, cellar doors, breweries and distilleries to sell alcohol, food or other products on a takeaway basis. It aligns those businesses with hotels, restaurants and cafes.
Sales restrictions have been relaxed for South Australian wineries and breweries a day after an Adelaide Hills beer maker considered taking legal action over a police order which forced it to shut down on-site trade.
Wineries, breweries, cellar doors and distilleries had previously been directed by police to stop on-site trading after a cluster of coronavirus cases broke out in the Barossa Valley wine region.
The Prancing Pony Brewery at Mount Barker in the Adelaide Hills had been operating a takeaway service before it was last week ordered to comply with the restriction, but it protested against the move.
However, consumption of any food or produce on the premises will continue to be banned.
"Tastings of any kind are not permitted," police said.
"Social distancing restrictions for people attending wineries, cellar doors, breweries and distilleries remain unchanged and must be complied with."