Can you accommodate a large group?
As of March 16, 2020, we are closed to onsite dining and drinking. Check back at the end of May for an update on our policy for large groups (more than 6 ppl).
When are you open to the public?
Due to the global pandemic and public health emergency we are all facing, Jester King is closing its tasting room, restaurant, and farm, and private event hall to the public and moving to a "To Go Only" model for our food and beer for the foreseeable future.
Please check back shortly for the schedule. (updated 3/16/2020)
Do you offer gluten-free pizza or beer?
Unfortunately, due to the amount of flour in the pizza oven, we are unable to make truly gluten-free pizza. Although we cannot make gluten-free pizza, we have many other dishes on our menu that are gluten-free.
We occasionally carry gluten-free beer, but always offer many other gluten-free beverages such as wine and cider.
Can I bring food or drink to Jester King?
No outside food or drinks are allowed at Jester King.
What if I have a credit card charge dispute?
Please note that our point of sale system utilizes a pre-authorization system for opening tabs and often times the second charge will disappear from your statement within a few business days.
For credit card disputes, email the date and amount of the transaction, what the issue is, as well as the last name of the cardholder and the last four digits of the credit card used to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you take reservations?
As of March 16, 2020, we are currently closed for onsite dining and group events. Please check back at the end of May for an update to our seating and reservation policies.
Are party buses allowed?
Jester King is closing its tasting room, restaurant, and farm, and private event hall to the public and moving to a "To Go Only" model for our food and beer for the foreseeable future.
No ground transportation shuttles or buses are permitted as of March 16, 2020.
Do you offer tours?
Due to the current health crisis, we are not offering tours at this time. Thank you for your understanding. (updated 3/16/2020)