The Cyder Market hard cider information for cider makers and drinkers in Kansas.
Our Lucky Dog Hard Cider- is an artisanal sparkling cider made from a blend of freshly-pressed apples. Clean, crisp and refreshing. 2017 Gold Medal winner.
11249 SW 160th St.
Rose Hill, Kansas
First Base Hard Cider- Using only apples grown here in our home state of Kansas, our First Base Hard Cider has a wonderful farm fresh flavor. Slightly sweet and intense, this cider is all-American, like baseball and apple pie. First Base leaves you with notes of cinnamon, clove and orange peel, and is sure to appeal to beer drinks and wine enthusiasts.
627 Commercial Street
Twin Rivers Winery and Gourmet Shoppe- is located in the heart of historic Downtown Emporia and is one of many unique and artisan businesses in the Cornerstone District. This neighborhood is home to boutique shops, a microbrewery, coffee and sweet shops, and street festivals. Stroll along this neighborhood and drop into Twin Rivers for an afternoon of wine tasting.
|Meadowlark Red- A sweet hard cider with lots of apple flavor; great as an aperitif or with dessert.||Meadowlark Gold- A semi – dry and crisp hard cider with a subtle apple flavor; excellent with fish and chicken or paired with cheese and fresh bread.|
|Meadow Hopper- A very dry, citric, thirst quenching refreshment. As hopped as an IPA but over an austere fruit wine structure.||Meadowlark Peach- Our Hard Cider blended with peach wine that we crafted from our own peaches. A perfect, summery blend of apple with a strong, fresh peach aroma.|
Kansas- Agriculture is the largest industry in the state of Kansas. In 2010, Kansas produced more than $2.7 billion in agriculture exports. Kansas farmers provide food for Americans and people in 102 different countries around the world. Nicknamed the Wheat State and the Sunflower State for its high production of these crops, Kansas is also the top grain sorghum-producing state in the nation and third in beef production. There are more than twice as many cattle in Kansas than people. With all its miles of corn, wheat and other grains it also makes room for excellent fruit orchards and four cider makers.
29725 Somerset Road
1394 E. 1900 Rd.
Somerset Ridge Vineyard and Winery- is a family-owned vineyard and winery located in the rolling hills of Miami County, KS, approx 20 miles south of the greater KC area. We take pride in making handcrafted, premium wines from Kansas grown grapes. You can sample and buy our award-winning wines at the winery or at ﬁne retail liquor stores and restaurants in the greater KC area. Thank you for supporting local!
Davenport Winery- C.W. and Mary Davenport moved to Lawrence in 1949, settling at the Jenny Wren Farm west of town where they raised apples, grain crops and cattle and ran a meat market and auction barn. C.W. retired in 1960, but soon discovered he needed something to keep him busy, so he bought farm ground east of Lawrence in the Kaw Bottoms area and set 74 acres of peaches and 6 acres of apples. The road bordering the farm came to be known as Peach Orchard Road (now County Road 1057 and/or East 1900 Road). Given their respective German & Polish heritages, it was only natural that Greg and Charlee should begin making wine; first as amateurs, then commercially in August 1997. Greg & Charlee's intent is to make good wine from Kansas grown fruit, with minimal intervention, to allow the wine to express itself freely.
Kansas The Cyder Market hard cider information for cider makers and drinkers in Kansas.
Meadowlark Farm- was started by my wife and I (Tom and Gina Brown) in 2010, with the help of many generous and hardworking friends. Since then we have planted about 2000 peach trees and about 1000 apple trees. We planted many varieties of both, hoping that some would always flourish in the vagaries of the Kansas prairie climate. We also raise about 2 acres of vegetables. We sell what we grow at our farm and at the Lincoln Heights Village, Derby and Old Town Farmers Markets in Wichita. We welcome visitors to the farm throughout the growing season. We offer pick-your-own peaches and apples as well as vegetables from June through October. We also have a pumpkin patch and corn maze in October. We want folks to come out to the farm for fresh and delicious fruits and vegetables and then feel free to stay for a picnic or a walk through the orchard.
|Scrumpy- from apples, fermented in the bottle with spent yeast left in, like a good home brew. "Blue collar bubbly", flavorful with a creamy finish.||Poire (375ml)- from pears, one or more varieties. A rare treat.|