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Yonder Bar Opens in Phinney Ridge

Originally slated to be a tasting room, the new craft cider brand simultaneously launched its cider line and to-go shop

The outside of Yonder Bar, with green trimming and the word “Yonder” in yellow lettering, along with a small counter at the retail window
Yonder Bar
courtesy of Yonder Cider

Opening Saturday in Phinney Ridge is Yonder Bar, the only retail shop for the new craft cider brand Yonder Cider. The bar will be located at 1st Ave NW between 78th Street and 79th Street (one of the city’s Stay Healthy pedestrian streets) and will offer to-go growlers, four-packs, branded merchandise, special releases and more as time goes on. The bar’s build-out in and old garage was originally styled as a tasting room, but Yonder Bar had been able to pivot and will now operate as a retail storefront.

Yonder Cider dry cider
courtesy of Yonder Bar

Yonder Cider, which is also releasing its line of craft ciders this weekend, picks and presses its apples in Wenatchee. At present, the cidery offers dry, semi-sweet, and Palisades styles of cider. They have also announced that a portion of its proceeds will benefit the Phinney Neighborhood Association.

Initially, Yonder Bar will be open from Wednesday-Friday from 3-8 p.m. and Saturday-Sunday from 12-8 p.m.

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