Those wanting to visit Bay Shore’s newest brewery will have to wait a little bit longer.

The owners of HopWin’s Brewery announced on Facebook they will be postponing its grand opening, which was originally set for this Saturday.

“We apologize to all our supporters and look forward to a beautiful grand opening in the near future,” the post reads. “We should all do our best to refrain from crowds and situations that can provoke the spread of corona.

“We will do our best to keep everyone informed of when we will finally open our door.”

HopWin’s was founded by brother-in-laws Billy Hoppe and Steve Winn, who took over the space at 1460 North Clinton Avenue in 2017.

The 2,350-square-feet facility, which is next door to The Brewers Collective, features a 50-foot-long bar.

The owners are running the operations with their wives Rhiannon Hoppe and Jennifer Winn, who are sisters.

Together, the team has made a name for themselves on the beer scene, winning the best beer at the third annual BREW’D competition at the Long Island Craft Classic this past summer. Their beer was Dat Mango Tho’, a mango IPA with hints of strawberry.

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Top: The owners of HopWin’s Brewery winning the BREW’d beer competition (credit: Facebook)