Yonder Cider on Phinney Ridge was forced to close after an anonymous person filed multiple complaints about the business.
SEATTLE — A cider bar operating out of a Seattle garage is at the center of new legislation meant to help home businesses adjust to COVID-19 restrictions.
“We are glad it’s back open for now and hope we can keep it open,” said Yonder Cider founder Caitlin Braam.
Three weeks ago, Yonder Cider was forced to shut its garage door.
“It really came to a head in December, when we received violations from SDCI (Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections), which is the zoning department of Seattle, saying that as a home business, we were violating a few different things,” said Braam.
The notice came after an anonymous person filed multiple complaints about the business.
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