UPDATE: OCTOBER 28 2020 3:26 pm

After being closed temporarily due to a staff member testing positive for COVID-19, Duluth Cider announced on Facebook they have reopened.

Good news! The taproom has been cleared to open for normal business hours again starting today at noon! Thank you so much for your patience and understanding as we closed our facilities this past weekend after a part-time staff member tested positive for Covid. Out of an abundance of caution we closed our doors and our entire staff was tested immediately. We're happy to report that all results have come back negative across the board. Our entire building has been deep cleaned and is cleared to re-open starting today, so come enjoy some cider and, from 4-8pm, the Log Home Wood Fired Pizza Truck will be making their final Duluth Cider stop of the season!

ORIGINAL POST OCTOBER 26 2020 12:58 pm

Add Duluth Cider to the list of businesses that have had to close after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.

Duluth Cider made the announcement Sunday on their social media accounts, they say that, "out of an abundance of caution our taproom and production facility will be closing down operations while our staff is tested and the taproom is deep-cleaned and sanitized."

They say that they will reopen as soon as it is safe to do so, keep an eye on their Facebook page for the latest, in the meantime they are reminding everyone that 4 and 6 packs are available at local liquor stores.

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Recently, The Breeze Inn, OMC Smokehouse, Vitta Pizza and others have had to close their doors temporally due to positive COVID-19 tests among employees. This will certainly continue to be a thing moving forward until we can "get back to normal."
Duluth Cider recently celebrated their 2-year anniversary with their Big Bad Apple Bash that featured a virtual concert, prizes, and of course some amazing cider that party goers picked up in advance.