2 Fools Cider to Relocate by Year’s End

Not to worry—the popular Naperville cidery is moving just down the road.
2 Fools Cider to Relocate by Year’s End
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As a result of having outgrown its current digs, 2 Fools Cider will relocate to 1864 High Grove Lane, Suite 100 by the end of December, co-owner Monte Summers told What Now Chicago over a phone interview on Monday morning.

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“We’re moving just because we’re out of space,” Summers shared. “We’re trying to expand so we can make more cider.” Production wrapped up at the cidery’s current Quincy Avenue location at the beginning of this month, and Summers expects to make the official move by mid-December, with the taproom opening by the end of the year, although an official opening/move date has not been announced.

“Our tasting room is going to go from 750 square-feet to 2,000 square-feet,” Summers added. “We’re going to have an arcade for kids so people can bring their kids to hang out; we’re going to have some dart boards, lots of TVs, live music, food trucks.” The move puts the cidery just under a mile west of its current home. Fortunately for craft enthusiasts, a new company, Go Brewing, is expected to take over the Quincy Ave. space.

2 Fools Cider has been in operation since December 2016, so it seems fitting that the moves comes after 5 years of operation in the industrial complex on the north side of Naperville. The craft ciders are a product of Summers and partner Jeremy Smith’s search for the perfect Michigan apples. The craft ciders aim for subtle sweetness and crisp, balanced flavor.

Find 2 Fools Cider online to learn more.

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Eve Payne

Eve Payne

Eve Payne is a freelance writer with an MFA in poetry from Syracuse University. In 2019, she received the Leonard Brown Prize for her poetry, which has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, The Adroit Journal, Nashville Review, and RHINO.
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