Cider Corps, 31 S. Robson 103 in downtown Mesa, has reopened its taproom with dine-in service.
It will be available 3-10 p.m. Wednesday-Friday, noon-10 p.m. Saturdays, noon-6 p.m. Sundays and closed Mondays and Tuesdays, according to a release.
“With safety for you and our staff in mind, masks will be required upon entry and when not seated at your table. We will have tables for parties of six people or fewer. When you arrive, one of our team members will take you to an available table. There will be no bar seating. We are accepting payments by card only,” the release states.
“Myke’s Pizza and Pair Coffee and Tea inside the taproom will also be open and available to enjoy at your table. And we will continue to keep our take-away coolers stocked for easy grab-and-go – or order online and we’ll have it ready and waiting for you,” the release states.
Cider Corps is a veteran-owned and operated company built by brothers Jason Duren, retired USMC sergeant, and Josh Duren.
Find Cider Corps at cidercorpsaz.com and on Facebook and Instagram @cidercorps.