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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


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

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

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

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: $14.99

Semi-sweet cider with a juicy tart finish. Apple based blended with cherries.
Price: $4.99


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

Co-founders of the Vermont-based cidery, David Dolginow and Colin Davis, used nine different apples sourced from both New England and from across the pond, including Browns, Ellis Bitter, Dabinett, Michelin, Jonagold, McIntosh, Empire, Spartan, and Somerset Redstreak. The English varieties give the cider structure and complexity while the American varieties give it refreshing gulpablility. Apple varieties - Jonagold, Spartan, McIntosh, Empire, Ellis Bitters, Browns, Michelin, Somerset Redstreak, and Dabinett Apples grown by Sunrise Orchards in Cornwall,...
Price: $3.19


Juicy and tropical, Pacific Pineapple rolls ripe Costa Rica golden pineapples into fresh-pressed Northwest apples. This refreshingly juicy and easy drinking session cider will relax your state of mind, no matter your locale!
Price: $2.29




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

Carefully crafted with California apples and Rose from Pinot Noir. Dry hopped & canned for your pleasure.
Price: $4.49


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

"My newest release is Revival Hard Apple and I couldn't be more thrilled to share it with you. I start with a secret blend of Washington-grown apples and add piloncillo, dark brown evaporated cane juice, purchased direct from Michoacan, Mexico. I ferment this dark base to all the way to dry using two exotic yeast strains: a beer yeast known for the round mouthfeel in Saisons and a rarely-used secret culture which produces aromas of pineapple, guava and peaches. This cider is brilliantly golden in color and deeply complex while remaining subtly familiar, ...
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

Dry Me a River is a dry cider with subtle sweetness and light acidity.
Price: $2.29






25% pomegranate, 75% heirloom apples This cider is a marriage of tart, heavenly pomegranates with aromatic, flavorful Winesap and Newtown Pippin heirloom apples. The pomegranates were lovingly grown by Sky Lake Ranch in Chico and the apples were tended to by Irvine Orchard in Gridley, making it a truly local product. The fruit was pressed during the harvest season. The cider was fermented to dryness and bottle conditioned for a sparkling, complex flavor. A small amount of yeast sediment may be present in the bottom of the bottle.
Price: $10.99

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

From the producer: "Champagne-method cider made from heirloom and bittersweet apple varieties grown in Vermont and at Poverty Lane Orchards in New Hampshire. It is naturally sparkling and clean - we hand-disgorge the yeast from every bottle! Beautifully balanced between fruit, acid, and tannin. The barely perceptible dosage serves to bring forth the fruit character of the cider. Super dry, it goes well with oysters, cheese and charcuterie."
Price: $10.99

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 naturally sparkling dry cider. Selection of only the richest cider for a second in-bottle fermentation makes this unusually full-flavored and aromatic for a naturally sparkling cider. It has heady aromas with pear and banana notes. French apples in the blend contribute an extra touch of tannic piquancy.
Price: $19.99

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

From San Francisco's only cidery. Producer's notes: "Rose' du Cidre is Brut Cider blended with Divergent Vine Rose' of Zinfandel from 60+ year-old vines in Contra Costa County. The rose' was spontaneously barrel-fermented and aged for 10 months before being blended 22% into neutral French Oak barrels and aged with 78% Brut Cider for an additional three months. Over seven months in the making, Rose' du Cidre has a beautiful orange hue and flavors of peach blossom, white nectarine, and citrus fruits. While it definitely has subtle hints of a rose', it sti...
Price: $17.99



Ripe and juicy, Made Marion unites Northwest apples with whole locally grown Marionberries. The crown jewel of all blackberry varieties, Marionberries are a true testament to the bounty of Oregon.
Price: $2.19


We ferment our farmhouse blend of apples and then age it on whole sweet juicy strawberries and tart rhubarb that we grow right on our farm. This cider is truly the first tastes of summer in a glass.
Price: $3.49

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

When we set out to make a rosé cider, we knew we wanted to pay homage to our friends in the winemaking world. Shacksbury Rosé earns its color from aging on Syrah and Zinfandel grape skins, which brings added tannin and flavor to this cider. (Producer Notes)
Price: $3.19



Fruity and earthy, Prickly Pearadise brings some desert flare to the PNW. We use a fusion of NW apples & prickly pear cactus fruit to create a vibrant flavor oasis, proving that a little paradise can be found even in the prickliest of places. (Producer Notes)
Price: $2.29

From the producer: "We are calling it "We Blue It" but we think you'll love it. In this we use some of our mellow slightly malolactic field-run cider base and introduce it to a large-ish heap of blueberries and just a touch of amarillo hops. The result is this semi-dry, fruity, herbal and VERY purple beverage that blurs the line even further around what cider is and isn't."
Price: $7.69




From the producer: "Our botanical ciders share the earthy essence of life in the fields and forests of the Olympic Peninsula. Small batch seasonal production featuring cider fermented to dry and then blended with the juice we press from transitional and organic cranberries from the Washington coast’s Starvation Alley Farm. We then add an infusion of wild rosehips gathered from woods and hedges around the Peninsula. Sweetened with unrefined organic cane sugar for added depth and balance. Lightly carbonated. Made without gluten ingredients. "
Price: $9.99

"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

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