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Gowan’s Rosé Applewine Cider is hand-crafted from Gowan’s own organic fresh-picked heirloom apples and local oak aged Pinot Noir wine grapes. A refreshing delicious fusion of harvest flavors bursting with fresh harvested fruit with notes of berry & cherry.
Price: $11.99


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

"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: $14.99




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


Price: $5.29

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


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: $11.99

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



"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

From the producer: "Newtown Pippin is not only one of the oldest varieties grown in the United States, but also in California. As the first of our CA Farms Series in a can, this cider features dry-farmed Newtown Pippins from Five Mile Orchards, a multi-generational family farm located in the historic apple growing area of Corralitos. The drier climate of the Pajaro Valley leads to the concentration of aromatics lending intense, rich notes of honey, melon, lemon, lime, and grassy meadows. On the palate the mouthfeel is full, yet crisp, likely due to the c...
Price: $4.99

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: $21.99

Located smack dab in the heart of the Pays d'Auge, Domaine le Pere Jules was first created by none other than Jules himself in 1919. Since then, the domaine has adhered to the simple tradition of making cider dedicated to terroir and tradition. Everything is hand harvested and non-pasteurized, which is the way it has been done in Normandy for centuries. Rich, ripe apples, rounded out by honey, and energized with undertones of white flowers. Subtle earthiness with just a hint of apple skin tannin, and a bright finish. Really nice on its own as an aperitif...
Price: $13.99



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


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

Kim Hamblin ("art") and Dan Rinke ("science") launched their label in 2011 with wine, then purchased 40 acres in 2012 to drive the brand into a larger existence.
Price: $21.99

From the brewery: "Finnriver's Black Currant Lavender Cider celebrates the botanical bounty and beauty of the Olympic Peninsula. A special summer release, this refreshing purple-hued sparkling cider features the organic Washington apple fermented and blended with the sweet and tart delights of black currant. Add to that the delicate floral notes of organic Sequim lavender, sourced from Purple Haze farm, and you have a delicious taste of the summer season."
Price: $10.99

***2017 GOOD FOOD AWARD WINNER*** Every bottle of Far West Cider is a product of our fourth generation family farm in San Joaquin County, California. All of the apples used in this cider are harvested and pressed by hand on the ranch and then cared for throughout fermentation, aging, and bottling to help showcase the best of the fruit that we grow. This cider uses a combination of GoldRush, Cripps Pink and Granny Smith apples grown on Chinchiolo Family Farms. It is fermented with Champagne yeast at very low temperatures and aged to develop more complex...
Price: $9.99



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: $5.49

A crisp and refreshing cider featuring floral and citrus flavors of Cascade hops. Dry, bright, grassy, this cider is a must try for IPA lovers!
Price: $8.99

Le Père Jules is a fourth-generation family producer of pear and apple ciders, pommeau, and Calvados in Normandy. The history begins in 1919, just after the First World War, when Jules Desfrièches (aka 'Père' Jules or 'Father' Jules) began producing cider using the apples from his family's farm. Soon, demand for his ciders spread from the local restaurants and became very popular throughout Normandy. In 1949, son Léon Desfrièches joined the business and created the brand 'Le Pére Jules' after his father. Today, the Desfrièche family remains committed to ...
Price: $13.99

This delicious, SOUR cider is wildly popular in San Sebastian, where locals down it by the glass with pintxos (tapas). Redolent of apples (no surprises there) on the nose, the palate is tangy, very slightly fizzy (think txacoli or Vinho Verde fizz, not sparkling wine fizz), only 6% ABV and a joy to drink. That having been said, it's really quite tangy, and not for everyone. However, if you are a fan of either A) hard cider B) geuze, fruit lambics or Flemish sour ales or C) any naturally made, local specialty product then I think you have a winner on your...
Price: $9.99

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

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

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

From San Francisco's only cidery, this wine-and-cider treasure is cellared on the bay at Treasure Island! Producer notes: "Our limited Summer 2018 release of 'Flora' is now open! Flora is a blend of our barrel-fermented and aged Amador Co. Viognier (18%) + Brut Cider (82%). Over a year in the making, Flora has aromatics of white flowers and tropical fruits, a rounded, creamy mouthfeel, and a dry, citrusy finish that's perfect for the beach, park, and summer nights."
Price: $17.99

Radiant and balanced, BrightCider shines with Newtown Pippin apples, the pioneer variety that defined the cider palate of the Northwest.
Price: $1.99

"Native fermented pluots from our orchard blended with a California holiday cider, think 12+ hour apple juice reduction, gigantic quantities of Mexican cinnamon & piloncillo, a bunch of allspice and just the right jingle jangle of nutmeg."
Price: $7.99

2 Towns Ciderhouse "Easy Squeezy" Raspberry & Meyer Lemon Cider, Oregon (12oz cans)
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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

Producer notes: "Our flagship cider is fermented and aged for three months in neutral French Oak barrels before being bottled unfined and unfiltered. The result is a naturally bright and balanced cider, crafted like a wine, because we believe it is."
Price: $8.99


2 Towns Ciderhouse "Prickly Pearaside" Prickly Pear Cider, Oregon (12oz cans)
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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

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: $3.29

2 Towns Ciderhouse "Made Marion" Blackberry Hard Cider, Oregon (12oz cans)
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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




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