The German beer hall beer hall has decided to put a halt to beer sales after a failed coup attempt last month.
The Bavarian beer hall, which is owned by the Biergarten in Munich, said the decision to shut down its beer-and-garden business came following an appeal from its local government.
The brewery has said that the brewery is in talks with the government to resume operations.
“We have to say a very important and very sad news,” said a spokeswoman for the Bavarian state of Lower Saxony, who asked not to be named.
The brewpub, founded in 1862, is known for its beer, but also for the large number of gardeners who have spent months tending to the trees around the brewery.
The beer hall is one of the oldest beer halls in the world, but has struggled to maintain its standing in recent years due to the decline of the beer industry in the United States.
In October, the Bavarians state beer hall had a sales surge, but the business has since experienced a downturn.
According to a survey published by the Munich-based Brewers Association in April, sales of the brewery fell by 12 percent to 7.2 billion euros ($7.6 billion).
It also said the number of people who visited the beer hall each month was down by 10 percent to 6,936.