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March 30, 2020

Bardenay in Boise and Bardenay in Eagle Re-open for To-Go Orders:

Both locations are offering a selection of craft cocktails, beer and wine along with a few grocery staples. We will be adding a limited selection of Bardenay favorite meals on Wednesday, April 1st. Order ahead and your items will be delivered curbside.

We have reduced the staff to key employees to execute efficiently. These employees are subject to the following precautions:

CDC guidelines for Recognizing Symptoms

Since a fever is one of the primary symptoms, please take your temperature prior to coming to work.  If your temp is above 100.3, let us know and stay home!

If you are experiencing a cough or shortness of breath, same as with the fever, stay home and let us know.

The newest indicator is losing your sense of smell.  If you cannot smell that sanitizing wipe, call us from home.

The list­­ is so important that here is the list again, if you develop any of the following, go home, stay home, let us know

    • Fever – 100.3 or higher
    • A new, persistent cough
    • Shortness of breath
    • Loss of smell and/or taste

If you develop these symptoms, you should stay at home for at least 7 days.

If you live with someone that develops these systems,  they/you should stay at home for at least 14 days, to avoid spreading the infection outside the home.

 

March 26, 2020

Coyne’s in Eagle Re-opens for To-Go Orders:

The COVID-19 test that we have been waiting for has returned negative and we plan to open Coyne’s in Eagle with a limited To-Go and curbside delivery menu, featuring freshly prepared food and libations. Coeur d’Alene has been offering a family-style takeout menu since March 24th and we hope to open our Boise store next week.

Hand Sanitizer Production

We have been working through the logistics of Bardenay hand sanitizer since our communities have been impacted.  Since this is a new item for us, it has taken some time to get through regulatory hoops and into production. As a craft distiller, we will not have a large supply and want to make sure we provide what we can produce for the best possible use.

We have already donated 5 gallons to the medical community and are in discussions with critical industries on further uses.

In the meantime, we will be rolling out a limited supply to our patrons, which will be provided for free with To-Go orders. Limited quantities will also be available for sale.

 

March 24, 2020

Bardenay Coeur d’Alene to Begin Serving Take Out and Curbside Delivery

Bardenay Coeur d’Alene will operate from 12-7  with one menu item per day. Please check the CDA specials page for this week’s menu.

We have reduced the staff to key employees in order to execute efficiently. These employees are subject to the following precautions:

 

CDC guidelines for Recognizing Symptoms

 

Since a fever is one of the primary symptoms, please take your temperature prior to coming to work.  If your temp is above 100.3, let us know and stay home!

 

If you are experiencing a cough or shortness of breath, same as with the fever, stay home and let us know.

 

The newest indicator is losing your sense of smell.  If you cannot smell that sanitizing wipe, call us from home

 

The list­­ is so important that here is the list again, if you develop any of the following, go home, stay home, let us know

    • Fever – 100.3 or higher
    • A new, persistent cough
    • Shortness of breath
    • Loss of smell and/or taste

 

If you develop these symptoms, you should stay at home for at least 7 days.

 

If you live with someone that develops these systems,  they/you should stay at home for at least 14 days, to avoid spreading the infection outside the home.

 

March 17, 2020

Bardenay and Coyne’s Locations to Close as Precautionary Measures Amidst Coronavirus Concerns

Boise, Coeur d’Alene, and Eagle locations expect to close for a minimum of 5 days.

BOISE, IDAHO – In what we hope is an abundance of caution, Bardenay has made the decision to temporarily close our doors due to a potential risk of Coronavirus. Bardenay will close its Treasure Valley locations as well as Coeur d’Alene, and Coyne’s in Eagle.

It has come to the attention of our management team that an employee may have been exposed to a confirmed case of COVID-19 in a neighboring state. We have prioritized the health and safety of our entire community and are taking precautionary measures for the well-being of our customers and staff.

No employees are symptomatic for COVID-19, however, local testing has been performed and the results are pending. The closure will be in effect through the end of this week and we will update our patrons after we have received testing results and consulted with local and regional health officials.

“As part of Coronavirus protocol, we have been tracking the movements of our employees to ensure the safety of our patrons and community,” said Kevin Settles, owner. “While we don’t have any symptoms or a confirmed case, we feel it is the most responsible decision to temporarily close our doors.”

At this time, we are not available for comment, but will provide updates as information becomes available.