Reveille's outdoor summer patio is open!* Mask up** and stop by for a pint, flight or any of our 500ml bottled ciders to go. Our patio has full access to three fantastic food trucks, so stop in for lunch or dinner and enjoy a taste of Northwest cider hospitality. The Reveille patio will close for the season mid-September (estimated). Patio hours, starting May 29, 2021:
- Monday: 12pm - 8pm
- Tuesday: CLOSED
- Wednesday: CLOSED
- Thursday: 12pm - 8pm
- Friday: 12pm - 9pm
- Saturday: 12pm - 9pm
- Sunday: 12pm - 5pm
NOTE: weather dictates life in Astoria. As such, we may be closed on days where winds and/or rains are overly persistent.
While our outdoor patio will be open for on-premises consumption and cider to go, our interior taproom will remain closed, permanently. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, we closed our taproom and patio to the public on March 16, 2020, which shifted the market away from on-premises consumption and towards direct-to-consumer and wholesale sales. To ensure that we are able to satisfy customer demand for our ciders through our retail partners or purchased directly from us, we've converted our interior taproom into additional production space.
We're fortunate to have the opportunity to work with and do business with our partners at Fort George Brewing, Reach Break Brewing and Buoy Beer Company to ensure that Reveille cider is available year-round wherever you may be in Oregon and Washington.
*Online pickup and delivery service has been suspended until Fall, 2021.
**Until further notice, Reveille Ciderworks does not intend to verify the vaccination status of patrons and will continue requiring masks on-premises for everyone over two years of age. We appreciate your continued cooperation wearing a mask (fully covering your nose and mouth) while walking on the patio and interacting with staff --as well as maintaining respectful distance between other patrons.
The Oregon Health Authority said businesses that remove mask and physical distancing requirements must seek proof of COVID-19 vaccination. Our staff does not have capacity to monitor the inoculation status of all patrons. Under OHA rules, that means we need everyone to continue masking up.