New Mexico Hard Cider- understands the value of supporting and purchasing from local farmers. We have teamed up with a few orchards around the state to provide you with quality hard cider that is pressed from New Mexico apples, whenever available. Weather conditions in New Mexico can be hard to predict- but when conditions are right and apples are available, we are committed to sourcing our apples from within the state. 

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Farmer Monte's Hard Cider- Perfect simplicity. Our hard apple cider is nothing more than a journey of simplicity. Organic apples harvested ripe, milled and pressed into a thick stream of almost amber honey. The leftover fruit pomace leaves immediately to feed our hungry pigs. Within the fresh cider, the yeast cells start going to work and turn all of the apple’s sugars into CO2 and alcohol. And just like that, with no brewing, cooking or distilling, you have hard apple cider. With one sip you are reminded of green apples and fresh cut grass.

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The Cider Different is a still, unfiltered, artisanal hard cider combining the sweet and tart flavors of the apples with a delicate floral aroma to create a complex yet balanced taste. Three or more varieties of apples are pressed into each batch and fermented slowly using an authentic English cider yeast. 

Crafted in “The Land of Enchantment”, Enchanted Cherry is a perfect blend of freshly pressed apples and tart cherries, providing a lightly sparkling, wonderfully refreshing, anytime cider.   All of Santa Fe Cider Works' products are always local, sustainable and naturally gluten free! 

The Cyder Market hard cider information for cider makers and drinkers in New Mexico.

New Mexico is a state located in the southwest and western regions of the United States. New Mexico is also usually considered one of the Mountain States. New Mexico is the 5th most extensive, the 36th most populous, and the 6th least densely populated of the 50 United States. Inhabited by indigenous peoples of the Americas for many centuries before European exploration, New Mexico was subsequently part of the Imperial Spanish viceroyalty of New Spain, then part ofMexico, and a U.S. territory before attaining statehood. Among U.S. states, New Mexico has the highest percentage ofHispanics, including descendants of Spanish colonists and recent immigrants from Latin America. It also has the second-highest percentage of Native Americans after Alaska, and the fourth-highest total number of Native Americans after California,Oklahoma, and Arizona. The tribes in the state consist of mostly Navajo and Pueblo peoples. As a result, the demographics and culture of the state are unique for their strong Hispanic and Native-American influences, both of which are reflected in the state flag. The red and gold colors of the New Mexico flag are taken from the flag of Spain, along with the ancient sun symbol of theZia, a Pueblo-related tribe. While not usually noted for the number of its apple orchards, six apple cidermakers opened to take advantage of what excellent apples the state does have to offer.

Palmer Brewery and Cider House- a division of Left Turn Distilling. Here at Left Turn we specialize in high quality Craft Distilled Spirits.  All our equipment is hand crafted by founder Brain Langwell, reflecting his attention to detail that goes into every Spirit distilled here.

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2809 Broadbent Pkwy NE, Ste D
Albuquerque, New Mexico
87107

(505) 717-1985

New Mexico  The Cyder Market hard cider information for cider makers and drinkers in New Mexico.

http://www.nmcider.com/


Estrella Del Norte Vineyard 
106 N. Shining Sun
Santa Fe, New Mexico
87506 

(505) 455-2826 

THE CIDERS:


LIL' RAZ- Slightly sweet, tart raspberry sure to get a Lil’Razz from your taste buds
DRY APPLE- Smooth ripe apple flavor and aroma. Less sweet, dry finish
INCIDER- Smooth apple flavor, semi-sweet with sparkling effervescent snap. Notes of wildflower honey.
PEAR- All natural mountain pear abounds in this semi-sweet cider. A little sweeter than its big brother Don Perry.
BIG RAZ- Balance of sweetness and tartness from all natural Raspberry in a full bodied high ABV Cider.
DON PERRY- Sublime pear aroma and taste. Dry finish, slightly sweet with dry pectin notes.
CRAN-APPLE- Apple blended with sharp tartness from all natural cranberry. Tart snap followed by smooth honey finish.
SANDIA- Amazing fresh watermelon aroma and flavor from start to finish. Sweetness is balanced to leave you wanting another pint!
OG APPLE- Crisp apple, semi-sweet with a subtle honey finish
BIG BLUE- Balance of sweetness and tartness from all natural blueberry in a full bodied high ABV Cider.
TART CHERRY- Sweet tart cherries to make your lips smack. Cherry flavor through and through. Enough carbonation to offset the sweetness and full body.


http://www.palmerbrewery.com/

2924 Girard Blvd NE
Albuquerque, New Mexico
87107

(505) 508-0508

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Kaktus Dry Cider-

http://skarsgardfarms.deliverybizpro.com/home.php 


3435 Stanford Dr. NE
Albuquerque, New Mexico
87107(505) 681-4060

THE CIDERS: 


Dona Tules Semi-Sweet Cider- Gluten Free - 7% ABV - 12 oz. cans. A slightly sweet cider, lightly carbonated with a clean & crisp finish.

The Dry Mariachi Tart Cherry Cider- Gluten Free - 7% ABV - 12 oz. cans. Gold Medal Winner at the New Mexico State Fair Beer, Cider & Mead Competition 2014. A slightly sweet cider, lightly carbonated with a tart cherry finish. This is our bestseller!  
San Ysidro Pear Cider- Gluten Free - 7% ABV - 12 oz. bottles. 80% Pear 20% Apple juice blend, slightly back-sweetened and drier than our semi-sweet. A clean, pear finish. 
Manzana Muerte- Reserve Barrel-Aged Crab Apple Blend- Gluten Free - 7% ABV - 12 oz. bottles. Made from a blend of Rome, Golden Delicious & Crab apples foraged from the neighborhoods of Santa Fe. Aged 6 months in an American Oak barrel previously used to age Pinot Noir. A dry cider with hints of Oak, and a nice tart finish from the Crab apples.  

http://www.santafeciderworks.org/


4363 Center Place, Unit 9
Santa Fe, New Mexico
87507

Skarsgard Farms-  began when my great-granddad, Tollef Skarsgard, immigrated from Norway in 1906. After jumping off the boat, Tollef learned English and got an education. The third thing he did, broke ground on a farm in Makoti, North Dakota. That was in the spring of 1912. Since then, four generations of Skarsgards have kept the farm in production and the fields green for over 100 seasons. Reflecting back, I feel humble knowing how much hard work went into making this farm persevere over the decades. 

Kaktus Brewing Company- is the only brewery in Bernalillo New Mexico. Kaktus encourages a unique community atmosphere that will force you to kick your feet up, be yourself, and socialize while enjoying a tasty craft micro-beer.

http://www.kaktusbrewery.com/


471 S Hill Rd
Bernalillo, New Mexico


(505) 379-5072 

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Coming Soon!

Sandia Hard Cider- is produced at The Craftroom, Albuquerque, New Mexico. The Craftroom is a place dedicated to providing the finest things made with the highest quality ingredients to its customers. When you visit The Craftroom, you will have an opportunity to imbibe the largest selection of highest quality, local, delicious Hard Ciders in the Southwest. The Craftroom also focuses on providing an excellent selection of the top local beers from local breweries that have put New Mexico Beers on the map. Finally, you will have food choices ranging from “Build your Own” Boar’s Head Sandwiches, and Flat Bread Pizzas all of which are hand crafted in our Tap Room by hand and made to order. The Craftroom is a place where everyone can find a beverage to enjoy in a clean and comfortable place coupled with EXCELLENT service.

Santa Fe Cider Works- We're very excited to start Santa Fe Cider Works!  We will be pressing apples from as many regional orchards as possible (hopefully we won't get the late spring frost next year!), adding yeast, fermenting for several months, then bottling delicious, crisp, clean hard apple cider and delivering it to local retail outlets.  We've been making hard cider for about 10 years...  Now we'll have enough for everyone in Santa Fe, Albuquerque and Taos to enjoy!