Anyway we're not here to rehash a bunch of stuff you've already heard (unless you're under the aforementioned rock, in which case you should probably just skip this paragraph and/or stay under that rock for a while) because the current Issue Of The Day is "vaccine passports" and to be honest we've got a lot of complicated feelings about those, but the tl;dr is that we're not requiring them yet, with a big emphasis on the word "yet." Among other things, we're expecting that at some point - probably sooner rather than later - we'll be getting new rules from The Gubbermint about this, and we'd rather not invent our own system only to have to redo it from scratch two weeks later when the state issues its own well-intentioned-but-frankly-perplexing* set of guidelines.
And (assuming that does happen) even if the state's rules are weird and annoying, at least they'll (hopefully) be uniform - that seems better than having a bunch of brewers/bar owners/restaurateurs making their own judgment calls on matters of public health and then implementing a million different janky fixes to a problem they don't fully understand.**
So there you have it. We're not really sticking our heads in the sand, but we're not exactly springing into action, either. At least not yet.
* Why yes, I AM still annoyed that we had to pretend to be a restaurant for ten months.
** We very much include ourselves in the "they" who don't fully understand the problem. We're hardly epidemiologists, which is why we just try to follow the rules we're given.
*** If you want to get all technical about it, it's kinda-sorta a different recipe every year, except for all the ways that it isn't. In short, we use the same grains every time, but we use different brands of the same stuff (most notably roasted barley), and that actually makes a pretty big difference it turns out.