Weekend hours for 5/29-5/31
Friday: noon – 9pm
Saturday: noon – 9pm
Sunday: noon-6pm

The time has come to being a phased reopening of both Resolute tap rooms starting Friday, May 29 at noon! We’ll hold on a moment while you get all the screams of joy out of your system.

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Alright! With that out of the way, here’s the rest of the details. We will have both taprooms open following the government mandated 50% capacity. In order to pull this off, as well as maintain the safety of both our employees and customers, we have to implement some rules:

  1. If you break any of the rules you will be asked to leave.
  2. If you are feeling sick or have been in contact with anyone who has been sick, please stay home.
  3. We will be 21+ while our capacities are restricted.
  4. Seating is on a first come first serve basis, and you will be seated by a host. (No bar seating available)
  5. You must wear a mask to enter and till you are seated. Once you arrive at your table you may remove your face covering. Any time you are up and away from your table you must have a mask. NO EXCEPTIONS.
  6. Group sizes will be limited to 6 people.
  7. Please stay seated at your table as much as possible. No congregating or mingling allowed in the taproom.
  8. Tables cannot be moved, and groups cannot be merged.
  9. No more than 2 people in the bathroom at a time. Remember to wash your hands and to use sanitizer often.
  10. Send only 1 person from your group to the food truck when possible.
  11. Dogs are allowed as long as they are leashed and with you at all times. Please do not allow others to pet or play with your dog.
  12. Staff must wear gloves and masks while working.
  13. Help our staff have less contact by disposing of your plastic glasses and food trash in their proper receptacles upon your departure.
  14. If you break any of the rules you will be asked to leave.
  15. Have fun, be safe and drink good beer!

Them’s the rules! It seems like a long list, but we truly feel these are essential to making as many people as comfortable and safe as possible. Please be respectful of your fellow customers and our staff. The end goal here is to make sure everyone is having a good time and have a nice safe environment to try and shrug off a little built up cabin fever.

We’d like to close this out with some very eloquent words stolen from Jonny Eves, our manager of the Tap & Cellar location, “You’ve supported us during these tumultuous times, and we won’t forget it. Come join us on this day of celebration… but remember to do it responsibly. We’ve worked our butts off to get here and we’ll continue to do so because that’s what we do, and we do it for you. We look forward to sharing this day with you and cannot wait to see you all in the taproom again!”

-The Resolute Family