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This crisp, bright, tangy yet ultimately fresh and appley cider really hits the spot. The balance between rich, phenolic, fine bitter notes, and bright, sour apple high tones is spot on. In Asturias they drink more sidra than anywhere else in Spain (possibly in Europe?) and judging by the quality of this bottling, I can see why! (Joe Manekin, K&L Spanish & Portuguese wine buyer)
Price: $12.99

Luis Acebal is a fourth-generation cider maker in Asturias, using native Asturian varietals. These are bone dry, acid-driven ciders fermented spontaneously on the lees, and bottled without fining or clarification. Traditional Asturian ciders are poured from high overheard to generate a fine mousse, as these ciders are typically still. Since the bubbles dissipate quickly, the cider should be consumed in small pours immediately after serving. This ritual is repeated multiple times throughout. But if you're not into the flair (or the attendant mess), you ca...
Price: $11.99

It's unlikely you'll find a more elegant, refined pear cider than this one from famed biodynamic Loire Valley cider producer Eric Bordelet. The tiny little tear-dropped shaped fruit for this comes from a stand of 60-foot tall, 300-year-old pear trees. With a delicate bead and complex flavors that are unparalleled, this would make a stunning and surprising substitution for Champagne at your next party.
Price: $26.99

A natural, dry, unfiltered Spanish cider. A traditional cider with fruity aromas and the characteristic acidity of the Spanish and French apples. Pair with cured cheeses and meats.
Price: $16.99

Wine Enthusiast: "This profound, off-dry sparkling pear cider from Normandy comes from biodynamically farmed, 300-year-old trees." (05/2014) K&L Notes: A sommelier by training, in 1992 Eric took over his family's estate and orchards. His goal was to revolutionize the cider industry and bring it into restaurants, high-end retail and export markets. A close friend of his, Didier Dagueneau, the icon wine-maker in Pouilly-sur-Loire encouraged him down the path of producing ciders from apples and pears that are like no others. Ciders that make one draw comp...
Price: $16.99

Price: $14.99


Far West Cider Co "Sharing is Caring" Cider, California (16oz can)
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This is a Californian table cider. It's dry, tannic, and aromatic and made with many cider-specific apple varietals from the UK, France & The United States, all grown on our orchards in San Joaquin County. This bottle is best shared with good food and great friends.
Price: $16.99

Wine Enthusiast: "From a former rock-star sommelier of the Parisian wine scene, this slightly sweet cider is produced from the fruit of apple trees more than 50 years old. Tones of baked apple drizzled with honey beg to be paired with warm apple pie à la mode. Don’t let the sweetness fool you—there’s enough tannin and acid to please even dry-seeking palates. (AP)" (09/2015) K&L Notes: A sommelier by training, in 1992 Eric took over his family's estate and orchards. His goal was to revolutionize the cider industry and bring it into restaurants, high-end...
Price: $13.99

Wine Enthusiast: "From a former rock-star sommelier of the Parisian wine scene, this slightly sweet cider is produced from the fruit of apple trees more than 50 years old. Tones of baked apple drizzled with honey beg to be paired with warm apple pie à la mode. Don’t let the sweetness fool you—there’s enough tannin and acid to please even dry-seeking palates." (09/2015) K&L Notes: A sommelier by training, in 1992 Eric took over his family's estate and orchards. His goal was to revolutionize the cider industry and bring it into restaurants, high-end reta...
Price: $13.99


Tart, dry, funky. Ripe and overripe apple aroma. A crisp and slightly saline finish. Acidity lends itself to a great pairing with fish and cured cheeses. Alternatively, Barrika can provide an interesting contrast to heavier foods such as burgers and, as it is frequently enjoyed in Basque Country, with steak.
Price: $13.99



Unfiltered hazy tropical goodness in a keg, highly aromatic Brazilian guava combined with a fresh and tart apple base. Tiny paper umbrellas encouraged.
Price: $7.99

A combination of chili heat and tart apple, mellowed by a dash of sweet, makes for a cider that is both fruity and spicy. A peppery tickle on the nose.
Price: $9.99

Apple Cider & Blueberry Juice. Blueberry Spaceship Box, the top rated hard cider in the world, has been poured on tap from Thailand to Copenhagen, at festivals from California to Florida, and now you can have it in your living room. If you have never tried Blueberry Spaceship Box, it is a spectacular blend of sweet and tart, of apple and blueberry, and it is at home when served as a bubbly apéritif or paired with anything from the grill.
Price: $22.99



A super-dry naturally sparkling "black cider" with charcoal, blood orange, and lavender.
Price: $3.49

Citrusy and refreshing, Easy Squeezy is crafted with fresh-pressed Northwest apples, Meyer lemons and raspberries. Bringing the pink lemonade vibes, this cider goes down easy peasy!
Price: $2.29

The 2018 Sagardo is the result of an exclusive collaboration between cidermakers Jasper Smith of Portland, Oregon and Guillermo Castan~os of San Sebastian, Spain. Made from fruit grown in the Hood River and Willamette Valleys, Son Of Man Sagardo is spontaneously fermented by native yeasts and bottled unfiltered and unfined. It is a thirst quencher with clean, bright acidity, a touch of salinity and a soft tannic structure. Aromas of pineapple and tropical fruit lead to fresh green apple on the palate. There is a hint of vinegar – a hallmark of Basque c...
Price: $14.99

"Save the Gravenstein is a full bodied, aromatic cider made exclusively from Gravenstein Apples grown on our next-door neighbors farm in the Sebastopol Hills. Some of these apple trees are over 100 years old! This bright cider unfolds with layers of orange blossom honey, fresh flowers and is accentuated by well-structured acidity and tannin. Pair this cider with a charcuterie plate, butternut squash, or roasted turkey."
Price: $4.29


Pineapple, Blood Orange, Pink Guava, Lychee Tea and Crystalized Ginger join our Signature 5 Apple Blend for this Luau in your mouth. Get your tiki torches out and enjoy one by the pool.
Price: $3.99
Limit of 1 per customer


Bright apple fruit balanced by berry complexity; sweet and sour notes, with a light sparkle and purple blush. Apple and black currant intertwine in this semi-sweet cider. Lightly carbonated.
Price: $9.49

Looking for something different for the dinner table? How about an earthy, crisp hard cider from organically grown Washington and heirloom apples and pears? The folks at Finnriver, out on Washington's Olympic Peninsula, sweeten this cider with pear. From the brewery: "Small batch production year-round featuring cider fermented on the farm using 100% organic apple juice pressed from Washington apples. We ferment the apple juice, then sweeten with organic pear for additional depth, sweetness and flavor. Lightly carbonated. Contains no gluten ingredients. B...
Price: $9.49

A sparkling dry cider. Matured cider is selected from the bodega for a second fermentation to produce a naturally sparkling dry cider that preserves the original earthy flavor of traditional sidra.
Price: $18.49

Price: $4.49
Limit of 1 per customer

Our Gold Medal Winner "Chai Me A River" is a blend of Fuji, Gala, Honey Crisp, Red Delicious and Granny Smith... This apple pie chai spiced cider drinks nicely cold or hot. Light. Crisp. Clean refreshing cider. (Cidery Notes)
Price: $3.89
Limit of 1 per customer


"The legendary Newtown Pippin has a long, illustrious history in our country. It was discovered growing as a seedling in Queens in New York City in the mid 1700s and is one of the oldest cultivars in the U.S. Thomas Jefferson himself proclaimed it to be a superior apple. Its rich aromatic flavor results in a complex and flavorful cider. This cider is wild fermented to complete dryness in neutral red wine barrels. Our cider is bottle conditioned, with a small amount of fresh juice added back during bottling for natural carbonation. As a result, a small am...
Price: $15.99

About the producer: "Lassen Traditional Cider was founded by Ben Nielsen. Ben's love of fermentation began when he started brewing beer in college. After brewing extensively for his adult life, around 2005 he began delving into cider in an effort to use the free fruit from a neighbor's backyard apples trees in Corvallis, OR. After a couple years, this morphed into an annual cider pressing party where all his friends would bring apples to press or just help out. So of course, the neighbor's apples weren't enough after a while. Unused trees in yards all ov...
Price: $15.99



Perronelle’s Blush Suffolk Cyder is inspired by Grandmother Perronelle, who loved foraging for blackberries in the hedgerows around the orchards at Aspall. Attractive apple and blackberry define a sweetish palate, with good acid balance and a long soft fruit finish.
Price: $5.69

Sincere Cider is a true expression of the crisp, clean flavors of contemporary cidercraft. Made in California with a special blend of culinary apples and French wine yeast, Sincere Cider is fermented until dry, then back-sweetened with just a touch of fresh-pressed apple juice. Sincere is proud to hail from the West Coast - what started as a passion-fueled hobby out of an Oakland garage has grown into a professional cidercraft operation—one rooted in heritage and home. Sincere’s unique blend of organic culinary apples comes from Washington’s Yakima Vall...
Price: $3.29

The crab apples for our special release Bitter Local Cider first rooted in these soils decades ago. They’ve seen hard winters and frosty summers. They’ve been sunburned and bruised. Yet they thrive in this mountain climate—bitter and sweet and sharp. Time and aging for several months in an oak barrel help the over 150 apple locals get along inside one bottle. Wild fermented, with no residual sugars or added sulphites.
Price: $19.99

The Rafter J neighborhood in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, was developed in 1978 on what had been cattle grazing grasslands. Many of the crab apples in this subdivision are getting close to forty years old, and present a maturity that is hard to find in younger orchards. The trees here are abundant and survive on their own tenacity and hardiness. One of the most acclaimed apple trees in the valley appears right as you enter the subdivision. This tree stood long before the neighborhood was built, flying in the face of the common belief that apples can’t survive ...
Price: $15.99

Farmstead Kelly Street Cider won a Good Food Award in 2021! All the flavors of the East Jackson neighborhood come together in this delectable cider made from sweet and crab apples harvested from the heart of the town that used to be Davey Jackson’s favorite trapping hole (Jackson Hole). These trees range from early-ripening transparent varieties to cold-hardy bitter crab apples, and everything in between. Every sip of this cider also helps keep our wildlife safe. The more we harvest from this area, the more we reduce animal conflicts with dogs, cars, and...
Price: $15.99

Farmstead Cider presents our refreshing, bubbly, and easy drinking blend of dessert apple varieties. The bright acidity is balanced well with apple aromas, and the sugar has completely fermented away leaving a dry hard cider that is perfect for warm summer days and cold winter nights. Our Mountain Dry Cider has aged in oak barrels for 3-6 months and has 7.5% alcohol content. It is wild fermented with no residual sugars or added sulphites.
Price: $12.99

Lightweight and refreshing, this cider is just barely semi-sweet thanks to a dose of honey from the very same bees that pollinate our orchards (yes, seriously!) (Producer Notes)
Price: $7.49



This traditionally fermented bubbly hard cider from Farmstead Cider follows an old French style known as Pétillant Naturel. This old-school method of cider-making involves bottle-conditioning the cider, creating a bright fizz and a hazy golden color. Wild fermented, with no residual sugars or added sulphites.
Price: $16.99

Single orchard dry cider. Biodynamic fruit from Filigreen Farms in Anderson Valley.
Price: $16.99

A youthful blend of early season perry pears. This is best served chilled. Straw bright perry with spicy, rhubarb nose that leads to a gloriously balanced rich pear tasting perry.
Price: $7.99



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