The rustic attributes that define the century-old cider producing cultures throughout Europe are alive and well in modern day Texas! Wild fermentation is the fundamental from this Austin based, old-world cider house revival known as Argus. Their ciders are ever evolving given the nature of world of natural bacteria and collected yeasts. The creations are intricate and compelling given the high level of acidity, the influences of oak and the overall dynamic representation of their location within the Hill Country of Texas. Argus is keeping the old flavors alive and allowing them to evolve as needed to become something all their own.View Website
Big B's Hard Cider
Our high elevation, Rocky Mountain water, cold nights and warm days produce some of the finest fruits in the world! Big B's produces a full line of organic and local juices and ciders from Western Slope fruit at our manufacturing plant located in the town of Hotchkiss.View Website
C Squared Ciders
C Squared Ciders is a Denver based craft cidery, located in the thriving downtown RiNo arts district. The name C Squared symbolizes the commitment to take cider making to the next level, in terms of both the mainstream acceptance of cider and what cider can become. To do this, they combine decades of craft brewing experience with cider/winemaking techniques to bring new flavors to the world of cider.View Website
Downeast Cider House
Downeast Cider House was founded by Ross Brockman and Tyler Mosher during their senior year of college. After a considerable amount of time spent on the family orchard, an affinity for farm-fresh apple products was born. They pride themselves on delivering a quality, unfiltered cider.View Website
Eden Ice Cider
Eden Orchards and Eden Ice Cider began on a trip to Montreal in 2006 when they first tasted ice cider and wondered why nobody was making it on their side of the border. They had dreamed for years of working together on a farm in the Northeast Kingdom; it was a dream that had vague outlines including an apple orchard, cider and fermentation of some sort.
In April 2007, they bought an abandoned dairy farm in West Charleston, Vermont and got to work. Since then they have planted over 1,000 apple trees, created 5 vintages of Eden Vermont Ice Ciders, and have introduced a new line of Orleans Aperitif Ciders.
Their goals are to create healthy soils and trees in their orchard, to support their Vermont apple orchard partners who do the same, to minimize our carbon footprint, to contribute to the economic and environmental health of their employees and their Northeast Kingdom community, and most of all to make world-class unique ciders that truly reflect the Vermont terroir.View Website
Finnriver Farm & Cidery
The Finnriver crew farms and ferments on an 80 acre family farm and orchard in Chimacum, along a restored salmon stream on the north Olympic Peninsula of Washington. While the farm is remote, they are honored to be on the forefront of the Pacific Northwest hard cider revival and committed to producing both traditional and innovative hard ciders using premium, organic ingredients while maintaining an authentically farmcrafted and land-based operation.
They source organic apples from across Washington state and grow their own organic orchard of over 3000 trees, with 20 varieties of heirloom and traditional cider apple varieties. They aspire to serve the land with cider, by caring for our soils, watershed and community while crafting award-winning premium ciders. FinnRiver Ciders are a tribute to old hard cider traditions but also offer an approachable, fresh perspective on the possibilities of the fermented apple.View Website
Schilling Hard Cider
Schilling Hard Ciders captures the essence of the Pacific Northwest by creating ciders that are innovative, bold and flavor forward. They use 100% fresh-pressed apples, locally sourced ingredients, and hand selected yeast strains to create a unique cider experience!View Website
St. Vrain Cidery
St. Vrain Cidery began with three friends having a conversation about a love for cider and the lack of places to find it in the Longmont community. Realizing back in February 2015 that there were no cideries at all in Boulder County, we jumped on the idea of being the first! We opened our doors in October 2016 as the largest all hard cider taproom in Colorado, with 36 taps of our own fermentations and others made around the state.
Our concept is an easy one: we want you to come try a large variety of different flavors and styles of cider and to get a sneak-peek at what the Colorado cider industry has to offer. We’ll introduce you to our own award-winning ciders and those from around this beautiful state.View Website