Popular Local Drinking Establishment Closes Doors for the Final Time
In what has come as a surprise to many people throughout the city of Fort Collins, a popular drinking establishment has closed their doors for the last time.
According to the Coloradoan, Compass Cider has closed it's location on North College Avenue almost two years after they opened for the first time.
The owner of Compass, Bob Blythe, couldn't be reached for comment by the Coloradoan.
The cider house lounge opened in 2014 after it had a merger with Blossomwood Cidery of Cedaredge. The location included a fire pit and a patio for patrons to enjoy.
The building that Compass Cider was located in is owned by Brinkman Partners, which bought the location in July, 2015. A representative for Brinkman told the Coloradoan that they have future renovation plans for the entire space. Those plans will be coming forward in the near future.
A distillery, brewery, pawn shop, tattoo parlor, and interior design studio currently still occupy space at the location.