The owners of Nedloh Brewing Company in East Bloomfield announced their plans to close the brewery at the end of the month.

The owners of Nedloh Brewing Company in East Bloomfield announced their plans to close the brewery at the end of the month.

“Nate and Josie Holden have decided to exit the brewing business following a personal decision to refocus the next chapter of their lives and careers,” according to a release.

The couple opened the farm brewery at 6621 Routes 5 and 20 in fall 2014.

Nedloh has offered award-winning craft beer selections, made with locally-grown hops in the Finger Lakes region.

“We really appreciate all of the support the community has given us, especially the hard work and dedication of our team that has been with us every step of this journey,” stated Nate Holden. “It’s just time for us to focus on other things, as a family. We still very much believe in the Finger Lakes Region as an ideal place to brew beer and build a business.”

“Thank you to all of the local beer lovers who are the reason we opened Nedloh and made every effort to produce the best beer we could, every day,” added Josie Holden. “While it’s time for us to leave the brewing business, we will never forget the people who made this wonderful time in our lives possible.”

The owners are considering options for the brewing and tasting facility, which could include a sale to another brewer.