1660 SW Hill St
Rimrock Hard Apple Cider- The apples used in making hard cider are the key to its quality, so you better know your apples. An all Central Oregon cider, we use locally grown apples known for their superior quality and flavor. Off on the right foot, we then hand craft our cider in small batches that are fermented slowly and naturally. We don’t rush the process. We let the fermented juice speak for itself. That allows the flavors to mellow and blend giving Rimrock Hard Cider a distinctively full and round taste. The end result is a naturally dry cider.
The Gorge White House- To us, this historic home and century-old farm have the perfect combination of paradise: amazing orchards that produce our famous pear wines and hard ciders, fields of flowers that make delicate wedding bouquets, melt-in-your-mouth fresh fruit, double mountain views, a beer and cider tasting room to enjoy with a snack hot off the grill, and local micro-brewed beers on tap. Our family spends our days sharing this place with you, and with each other. Situated in a beautiful 1908 Dutch Colonial home in the heart of the Hood River Valley, The Gorge White House has been a landmark on Highway 35, the Mount Hood Scenic Byway, for over 100 years. Come taste our own new apple-pear and blueberry hard ciders, as well as a Perry. These Gorge White House hard ciders are featured in our newly designed beer and cider room, or take a growler to go!
Ovino Wine and Cider Company- The Gorge Cyder House brand demonstrates a planned expansion in production. Today the cidery has three main varieties: dry, honey, and hopped. “[The golding hops] gives a really floral, smooth, citrus-like flavor to the hard cider,” said Stefan. Cider is available in growlers and kegs, and down the road they hope to expand and bottle. “We have everything in this valley to make hard cider,” said Chip. “Hops close by from Yakima, one of the world’s largest liquid yeast makers here in the valley, and obviously apples everywhere, pears everywhere.” Last year they produced 1,000 gallons together, requiring 18 bins (at 900 lbs each) of Hood River apples. This year they will again make 1,000 gallons. They had contemplated increasing production, but want to grow slowly and carefully.
1763™- - Our tribute to those who stand up against the status quo, 1763 commemorates the year of the Cider Riots in the English West Country, when cider lovers rose up and overthrew the nefarious Prime Minister Bute who imposed a tax on cider. 1763 is inspired by the West Country ciders that warranted such passion. Yamhill County grown Yarlington Mill, Harry Masters Jersey, Dabinett, & Kingston Black apples lend robust tannins, and rich flavours to a cider that’s worth fighting for.
Burncider- Old Main Drag™- - Inspired by the pub draught ciders of the English West Country, Burncider blends Oregon-grown traditional English cider apples, tart wild apples and dessert apples from Hood River. Just like Portland’s Old Main Drag™, this cider has a rich history and flavorful character.
|Everybody Pogo Hopped Cider- A refreshingly dry cider that’s got hops. Our roughcut tribute to football terraces and punk rock shows, Everybody Pogo is perfect for when you are sweat soaked and smiling, after a show, a match, a hike, or a just long day at work. Dry and quenching with a hint of sweet apple flavor, as organically grown Goldings hops pogo gently across your taste buds. |
Everyday- Cider Riot! is proud to present the sessionable apple cider for all day: Everyday! Apples grown in lush orchards in the shadows of the Great Northwest's Cascade Range are pressed and fermented to create Everyday, with a mild sweetness balanced by a bright crispness evocative of the first crunchy bite of an apple fresh from the tree. This New World cider boasts aromas of sliced peach, light tropical fruit and harvest-ripe apples, and flavors of fresh apple, rife with crisp, refreshing acids and a mild sweetness perfect for any time of day. An easy-drinker, Everyday has a light apple flavor, mild sweetness, and a refreshingly crisp finish.
Never Give an Inch- Oregon Blackberry Cider 6.9% abv - A testament to determination, hard work, and downright cussedness, Never Give an Inch celebrates the spirit of Oregon. In Never Give an Inch, Oregon blackberries and blackcurrants combine with Hood River and Yakima-grown apples create a tart dry cider with a fruity aroma.
Elk Horn Brewery and Cider House- We are a family owned gastropub, brewery, and cider house located in the heart of Eugene campus culture. We serve a wide range of Southern dishes with Northwest and local influences. Our extensive tap list features 24 of our own beers, ciders, and sodas (with mead coming soon!), crafted using fresh, local ingredients. We have plenty of seating inside or outside on our patio and invite you to join us for some delicious food and southern hospitality.
305 Morton Road
Hood River, Oregon
Apple Outlaw at Thompson Creek Organic Orchard- Our orchard is certified organic and we cherish our land and take our responsibility of being stewards of this beautiful place very seriously. We have nurtured our trees and they are thriving. The orchard has over 1000 trees and many varieties - MacIntosh, Red Delicious, Granny Smith, Rome beauty, Gravenstein, Arkansas Black, Ginger Gold, Gold Rush, Blenheim Red, Matsu, some pear, and some heirloom unknowns that are just starting to produce. we just planted an acre of cider varietals and started with Wickson and Belle de Boskoop.
Hedgerow Cidery- Our cider is made from a blend of traditional of English, French, and American cider apples grown in our orchard. We’re delighted to have Eola Hills Wine Cellars, Inc. producing and bottling our Blue Butterfly Artisan Semi-Dry Cider! The butterfly pictured is Fenders Blue Butterfly an endangered species native to the Willamette Valley. It and its host plant Kincaid Lupine live in our orchard. We maintain our orchard in a manner to preserve and expand habit for lupine and butterfly.
8 Fourth Street
Hood River, Oregon
Rivercider at Riverside Farms- Since the 1800’s J.W. Morton and his decedents have enjoyed turning their apples and pears into delicious tasting ciders. However, it wasn’t until 2013 that the process of producing this cider for the wider public was commenced. Our ciders are made in small batches, using heirloom, Newtown apples grown on our farm. Fermentation is a two-step process, with the first step taking place in European made fermenting tanks for a period of 30 to 40 days. The second round of fermentation utilizes white oak barrels and gently rolls into an aging process that takes 6 plus months in oak. Both cider varieties receive a splash of local beekeeper honey to fortify the alcohol content and bring a natural sparkling to the ciders once in the bottle. There’s no hiding it. Our ciders aren’t sweet and they aren’t your everyday supermarket cider; they are extraordinary, dry, old school ciders! Each flavor has been influenced by our local flora and fauna, and is an ode to the beauty of the nature that thrives on our farm.
8925 SE Jannsen Road Bldg F
|Strawbasaurus Hop (Hopped Strawberry Off-Dry Cider)- 2016 PICC Silver Medal in Hopped Category- Winner 2016 GLINTCAP Bronze Medal in Specialty Winner. NW apple juice and strawberries fermented together to give a bright strawberry flavor without being overly sweet, then dry hopped with Sorachi Ace hops.||Hello Amarillo (Off-Dry Unfiltered Hopped Raspberry Cider)- NW apple juice and raspberries fermented together then dry hopped with Amarillo and Saphir hops.||Kaiju Blossom (Off-Dry Cherry Cider)- NW apple juice and dark cherries fermented together for a tart cherry cider!|
Revival Dry- This beverage is a proper dry cider, which means it is not sweet by any means or manner. I combine only the best American and English cider apples for this, my proudest creation. ABV 6.9%
Hallelujah Hopricot- starts with heirloom American apples as a Belgian wit-style cider steeped with coriander, bitter orange peel and paradise grains, fermented with French saison and Belgian ale yeasts. On top of that rich base, I add apricot juice and finish with whole-leaf Cascade and Amarillo hops.
Revelation Newtown Pippin. This is a straight-apple cider with no adulterations. We carefully selected a white wine yeast to let the particulars of the Newtown Pippin apple shine through. No other apples were used, making this a single varietal. This apple is the granddaddy of heirlooms, beloved by Thomas Jefferson who, speaking from France, said “they have no apples here to compare to our Newtown Pippin.” Off-dry, ABV 6.9%.
Deliverance Ginger- I make hard cider made with American dessert apples, and add fresh ginger juice along with just hint of pure cane sugar. It’s not sweet though; it’s off-dry. So much ginger flavor explodes in your mouth that it’s a far cry from a wine cooler. Fermented using white wine yeasts with light carbonation.
Seasonals- 3 small batch ciders- I make ciders as the seasons change, as my mood changes, and as I encounter fantastic ingredients. The search for flavor drives my creations and these ciders were so good, I needed to share them with you.
Limited Release- 5 experimental ciders- Inspiration comes from many places: Food, Beer, Nature, Art, Friends. The Tent Show allows me to experiment with any combination of flavors free of judgement.
|Peach on Oak-||Citrine-|
5 Cider- The question we get asked the most is how do you pronounce your name, our answer: high five cider. We are a nano cider located in NE Portland’s Rose City Park neighborhood. Our mission is to create unique small batch cider for the craft consumer. We use as much local ingredients as possible, you can even find us out in the fields in the summer picking berries for our ciders.
2965 Ehrck Hill Dr.
Hood River, Oregon
Kinda Dry Hard Cider- Blended in the spirit of traditional English cider. Light, clean, refreshing, with a pleasant finish. The kind of cider you can drink all day long!
Sorta Sweet Hard Cider- Blended like traditional American style cider, with higher residual sugars and more tartness. Absolutely delicious & dangerously easy to drink!
|Passion Fruit- Tropically aromatic and bursting with bright green apple and floral flavors, our Passion Fruit cider is a one of a kind. It’s bitter-tart passion fruit finish will leave you puckering for more!|
Pearfect Perry- Made from nothing but a blend of Bartlett and D’Anjou pear juice. This light perry is medium sweet and bursting with pear notes.
|Hop'rageous- Dry hopped with CitraTM Hop then infused with bitter orange peel to reinforce the citrus notes. Delicious & Hop’Rageous!||Sangria- Blend our delicious cider with the juices of orange, strawberry, pear, passionfruit, elderberry, and lime, to get our Sangria cider. It’s your new favorite fruit punch, for grown-ups!|
|Apple- An authentic medium-dry cider classic, bursting with juicy crisp apple taste.||Crooked Cock Scrumpy- A dry cider that has been aged with blackberry in oak. Rich caramel favor, charred oak notes, and hints of stone fruit in the nose, creating a smooth boozy finish like apple brandy.|
2025 SE 7th Ave
1021 12TH Street
Hood River, Oregon
Willamette Ale & Cider House (WACH)- is located in the heart of historic Willamette, West Linn, Oregon USA. It was founded with the purpose of showcasing premier craft beer and cider from the Pacific Northwest and other selective parts of the world. WACH serves not only as a spot to grab a drink and a bite to eat, but also as a place to share in the local craft culture. The traditional British-inspired interior sets a warm and inviting atmosphere, serving as the perfect backdrop for brewing nostalgic memories with your family and friends. WACH is home to Queen Orchard, a 7Bev Cider-Winery production facility, where we produce premium craft hard cider and cider wine. In addition to the Queen Orchard brand, we offer a wide selection of local, premium craft beer and hard cider through our Taproom. Alongside all this, our bottle shop offers unique and premium beer, cider and wine from around the world. Bottles can be consumed on site or taken home.
|1859 Hunter's Moon- Earthy single varietal that was allowed to go through partial malolactic conversion to bring about a slightly scrumpy flavor profile. White wine notes of Chardonnay and Champagne carry this cider through to the long creamy finish. Nuances of white peaches and bread pudding; spice notes of tarragon and cinnamon.||1859 Batch 13- Rich, complex and full-bodied with prominent Cognac, jasmine, caramel and honey notes; slightly dusty with hints of antique wood and candied pears; pipe tobacco, dried fruit, apple butter, rosewood with fresh Winesap apple finish.|
|1859 Bramley's Seedling- This dry cider features this old British culinary sharp apple and was aged in stainless steel. Fruit forward and tart; notes of mandarin orange, lemon zest, and melon, with a hint of rhubarb.||1859 Bramley's Barrel- Rum barrel oak was added to this old British culinary apple. Full body, sharp acidity with notes of orange zest, tangerines and custard. The smoky rum barrel oak finishes out the cider to leave lingering notes of vanilla and nutmeg.|
Powerhouse- A tribute to the history of the Bull Run Powerhouse, this cider melds the best properties of aromatic heirloom apples with those of traditional bittersweet and bittersharp cider apples. This cider comes across crisp and balanced with a clean finish. All apples in this cider are grown within 100 miles of our cidery.
|Bull Run Cider's Bramble Berry- is made with a selection of summer ripening apples, infused with a blend of locally grown Marion, Black and Boysenberries. The result is a cider rich in color and full of berry flavor and aroma. This fusion of apple and berry flavors offers a taste of some of the finest fruit Oregon has to offer. |
|Creekside Cranberry Perry- is a testament to the amazing diversity of Oregon-grown fruit. In partnership with Mt. Hood Organic Farms, this semi-sweet perry is made from organic pears, finished with a touch of cranberry. The mellow sweetness of the pears is balanced by tart cranberry in this refreshing perry.||Gravenstein Single Varietal- Bull Run Cider produces traditional cider that is always vegan and completely gluten-free. Made from handpicked apples, our single orchard Gravenstein varietal cider is fermented in small batches using sustainable practices. Some of the apples' natural sugar is intentionally preserved for a crisp, clean flavor characteristic of the Gravenstein. |
1209 13th Street
Hood River, Oregon
Reverend Nat's Hard Cider- The Apple's Deepest Purpose Realized. Revival, a proper dry cider made with American and English cider varieties. Every apple I use passes through my hands to check for quality and suitability for the application of making hard cider. The apples are procured directly from my grower partners in Oregon and from my own orchard outside Portland. Our mission is to create dry and off-dry hard ciders in a wide range of styles from traditional and hard-to-drink to modern and highly quaffable using heirloom apples and other carefully chosen ingredients, all reflecting the historical position of hard cider in America and the bounty of the Pacific Northwest.
19376 Molalla Ave, #130
Oregon City, Oregon
2320 SE Osu Dr
Woodbox Cider- was started by the Thierfelder brothers and their mother, Mama Gibson. We’re a family owned and operated boutique cidery. We source all our apples locally, from our home state of Oregon and production happens in Portland’s very own Northeast quadrant. We’re pretty stoked to present you with several, signature cider blends that are becoming famous for their unapologetically bone dry flavor profiles.
|Pippin DRY- Single Varietal Cider - Delicate floral apple blossoms, fresh fruit notes of apple and pear. Green apple and citrus, medium body. Up front acid becomes balanced and lingers on long finish. True reflection of what a single varietal Pippin cider can is at its best.||Heritage 8- Heirloom Cider - Eight different heirloom apples were harvested to produce this exquisite cider. Complex yet subtle and completely dry. Mineral notes, some barnyard and funk with a lingering finish. As is tradition, Heritage 8 was fermented with the help of wild yeasts and created from a single yearly pressing so when it’s gone, it’s gone!|
|Amricana- Historical texts from the 1880's suggest that the American ciders of yore were more akin to the old-world German Apfelwines and Spanish Sidras: cloudy, aromatic, and tart with long finishes full of intrigue and soft tannins. Made from a blend of local apples and crabapples, this cider is 100% wild-fermented. A throwback to the original classic, we made this cider to be distinctly American: wild, free, and boldly acidic with just a touch of funk from the wild side!||Double Barrel- Bourbon Barrel Aged - Ice Cider - Organic apple juice was cryogenically frozen then slowly thawed to release it’s sweet syrupy essence. Fermented then cellar aged in charred bourbon barrels previously used by a brewery to age a stout brew. The result? Layer upon layer of dark caramel, bourbon notes, and a balanced flavorful finish. Not for the faint of heart, but quickly heartens any who drink it. Barrel release fall of 2016 TBD. 14.9% ABV|
Apple-Pear Hard Cider-
Blueberry Hard Cider-
|Lemon Perry- |
Mixed Berry Hard Cider-
|Dry Newton Apple- |
Stone Circle Cider- we love everything about cider — its simplicity, its tradition, its drinkability and, most of all, the diverse array of complex and beautiful flavors it affords those that get their hands on the best stuff. In pursuit of this passion, we are working tirelessly to bring to market a line of ciders that incorporates all of these aspects in the way it has been made in Southwest England for over a thousand years … on the farm. We operate on our family farm, a beautiful property about 25 miles outside of Portland in Estacada, Oregon.
|Spiced Apple Cider-||Pear Cider-|
|Atlus Blackberry Cider-||Pomegranate Cherry Cider-|
Portland Cider Company- was started in the fall of 2012 by an Oregonian and a family of British expats with the mission of bringing handcrafted cider in the English tradition to the northwest. Handcrafted and unfiltered, Portland Cider is naturally good. Made from apples and only apples as a good cider should be. We don’t use concentrates, flavorings, colorings, or anything you wouldn't want in your cider. We use just the finest Oregon grown apples, a bit of sugar, yeast and a minimal amount of sulfites. Always gluten free.
Square Mile Cider Company- is a new brand from Craft Brew Alliance, launched in 2013. The name is inspired by the fortitude and perseverance of the early American settlers who traveled the Oregon Trail in search of a better future. When they arrived in Oregon in the 1850s, they were granted square mile parcels of land to stake their claims. It was on these square mile claims that some of the original Northwest orchards were planted, and where Square Mile Cider Company chose to stake its claim.
Mt. View Orchards- is an 50-acre apple and pear farm nestled just north of Mt. Hood in the quaint town of Parkdale, Oregon. For over forty years, our family has raised delicious, top-grade, environmentally sustainable fruit, establishing Mt. View as an important fruit grower in the Hood River Valley and Columbia Gorge region. Mt View Orchard, where our family’s farm is your farm. We believe fruit is most delicious when it’s raised with love by your friends. Visit us and taste and see for yourself!
915 SE Hawthorne Blvd
12989 Howell Prarie RD NE
430 N. Killingsworth
2117 NE Oregon St, Ste 202
Draft- A crisp and refreshing Draft style Hard Cider. Fresh local apple flavors predominate with a balanced tart finish
Apple Maiden- Our award winning sweetest Hard Cider with bold, fresh apple notes. A slight acidic finish helps to keep this sweet cider smooth and drinkable
|Le Fleur- Our hopped Hard Cider blends the best of the Northwest! Fresh local apples paired with hops from the Willamette and Yakima Valleys gives this Hard Cider an aromatic and floral finish that any IPA aficionado will love |
Black Apple- Our blend of local Blackberries and Apples result in a bright, tart Hard Cider bursting with fresh fruit flavors
Flatbed Cider- The Northwest stokes our passion to create exceptional ciders. And, since the best apples in America, arguably the world, come from the Northwest, it makes sense that it carries our local stamp. Flatbed Ciders are made with local apples picked at their peak and pressed into a mixture that’s equal parts crisp and refreshing. A cider that’s truly Northwest of normal. No artificial ingredients, no sugar added, no shenanigans. This is craft cider. We hand-select a distinctive blend of apples to deliver Flatbed Cider's nuanced flavors and a drier taste-profile than most widely available ciders. We think farm-fresh rustic apple cider tastes better than apple candy. Flannel up and enjoy!
Bushwacker Cider- is the United States’ first modern Cider Pub. We opened in September 2010 in the Brooklyn neighborhood of inner SE Portland. In addition to the rotating guest ciders available on tap and by the bottle, we produce our own small batches of cider on location. We carry our house ciders based on availability, plus guest cider taps and bottles. Bottles are available for consumption in house with no corkage fee, or to go. Featuring inventive House Ciders, 8 Ciders on Draft, 280+ ciders in bottle, and pointless conversation. Our 2nd location is located in northeast Portland’s Woodlawn neighborhood. Unlike our Brooklyn cidery & bottle shop, Woodlawn has a delicious menu created to pair with ciders of all kind, and serves lunch and dinner. With 14 taps, Woodlawn features local and northwest ciders in addition to our house offerings, you might even find a beer or two on tap!
Runcible Cider- is under construction on the rocky prairie above beautiful, tiny Mosier, Oregon. great Cider is just about the most perfect drink. It's a whisper of apples, but almost like a memory. It has a most passing sweetness, quickly opening up to a dry, tart bubble with mouth scrubbing tannins. The lasting impression is something like a walk in an old orchard, crisp fall air, a wet footfall, warm sunshine. Those are the ciders we want to make – ones that will stay on your mind and tweak your imagination. Traditional cider apples are growing in our orchard. Collectively called spitters for their bitterness, they have eccentric names like Yarlington Mill and Bulmers Norman. Ours is a farmhouse cider, made with the crop that we produce year to year, the flavors varying with sun, rain, and soil. We’re committed to sourcing everything that isn’t on our farm from locales within a few miles. We do it the old school way by hand-picking our apples, washing them in plain water, running the apples through the mill, and pressing in our cider barn.
Doc Fields Cider- An apple for every day! We are a new and upcoming artisanal hard cidery in Redmond, Oregon.
3600 Crates Way
The Dalles, Oregon
Blue Butterfly Artisan Semi-Dry Cider- This cider is well balanced sweet, tart, and slightly tannic. Fruit driven never oaked. Enjoy alone or Serve with chicken, pork, seafood or cheese plate.
Tumalo Cider Company- The Tumalo Cider House was built from the ground up by its brewer, Kelly Roark, with the help of friends and family. Kelly has been brewing cider out of his home since 2007 creating a cider that is authentic, distinct and loved amongst the Bend, community. “I started years ago filling up trash cans with free apples I would find growing around town (Bend, Or.). I pressed them with friends and created home brew apple cider. At first I did this in my quest for a sustainable lifestyle but then I realized that it was also a creative outlet where I could use my love for science and cider while bringing the community together.”
Forest Edge Vineyard- Sustainable living also means being able to make a livelihood from the land. Most of our farm is mixed age, mixed species forest which we manage sustainably using the criteria of the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). Our vineyards and orchards are managed using Organic methods. Our cider and wines are made from the fruit we grow and process here. As part of our commitment to sustainability we have tried to produce and price our products to make them approachable and affordable with everyday meals. We hope they’re an expression of the land and people that produce them.
1084 Quartz Dr.
Core Alchemy Cider- We build on hard science and the love of crafting artisanal hard cider. Come taste what is real - sip the liquid gold that is Core Alchemy!
Wildcraft Cider Works- we pride ourselves on developing innovative, artisanal dry ciders inspired by traditional and wild methodology. We insist on whole fruit and botanicals grown in Oregon to create pure ciders without artificial flavorings, sulfites or added sweeteners. WildCraft cider is uniquely dry cider unpasteurized & bottle conditioned. We consider ourselves stewards of the outdoors and always act consciously to ensure that our ingredients are regional.
15640 S Spangler Rd.,
Oregon City, Oregon
|Clyde’s Dry- My Grandpa Clyde was born in 1921, on the farm where he would live his entire 92 years. Clyde’s Dry cider is my tribute to his life and his love of the farm. It is a blend of more than twenty varietals, including sweets and sharps grown on the family farm and loved by Grandpa, farming until his very last days. It has a decent amount of tannic character from the blend and the addition of some locally-picked Manchurian Crab apples. ||Stephen’s Sweet- Stephen Bauman was my Great-Grandfather, who put in the early cider apple orchards on the farm. My Dad has shared stories of his childhood memories of Grandpa Stephen’s cider barrels in the barn, the fall harvest lovingly pressed into the reward for another year of hard work. Stories of friends and family heading out to the barn to share in a pint were my inspiration for wanting to make and share cider now. This cider is a blend of apples from the family farm, a little apple honey from the nectar of our fields, and just a splash of fresh juice from the latest pressing of our winter dessert apples. ||Obsidian- Enjoy this slightly sweet, refreshingly tart blend of Obsidian blackberries, picked right here on the farm, with our traditional hard apple cider and a drizzle of honey from our neighborhood bees mixed in. The berries remind me of many fond memories with my siblings, cousins and I racing to pick our quota of blackberries so that we could go swim in the Pudding River on summer afternoons. And note this cider is rich with real berries from the farm – don’t be surprised to find a seed or two!|
|Tamarindo-||Jamaica Hibiscus-||Manzana- |
|Mosaic Hopped Newtown Pippin-||Dolgo Crabapple Blend-||Yellow Plum-|
|Sellwood Plum- ||Batch 4-||Tart Plum-|
|Maribelle Plum- ||Farmhouse #2-||Mosaic- |
|Wild Plum-||OR/WA QPA- |
ORWA Cider Collective- has a mission to bring together enthusiasts, cidermakers and orchardists to craft traditional hard cider. Our goal is to bridge the gap between hobby-level cider making and commercial production. By sharing assets, licensing and skills, ORWA members can collaborate, produce and test their ciders in the commercial market – without incurring all the costs involved with setting up a solo production operation. Our production facility is located in Milwaukie, OR, and we are starting out as a 2-barrel operation with room for expansion. In our first year of production we picked fruit from many sources, pressed thousands of pounds of apples, and fermented about 500 gallons of cider.
Carlton Cyderworks- Using the finest traditional cider apples, and paying attention to every detail, we craft approachable yet refined cider; beverages that honor and respect their historical origins. We also respect our customers, and so we create modern blends and flavors that remain true to our ideals. The contents of each bottle are created through a meticulous process in which the fruit is handpicked, crushed, fermented, and bottled - every step accomplished by the labor of our three founders. This allows us to ensure the quality of our cider. We hope you actively enjoy the rebirth of this refreshing American drink.
Wilde Appel- Farmhouse Cider conditioned with Logsdon's house Brettanomyeces. Our organic apple cider is made in small batches on our farm in Hood River County, one of the richest fruit orchard valleys in the world. A blend of local apples and the wild crabapple (wilde appel) provide a complex balance of sweet fruit, dry tart tannins and crispness. Fermented with an assortment of cultured and wild yeast, this cider is aged in oak through the winter to develop it’s wild yet subtle character.
Hard Apple Cider- Our flagship apple cider is a celebration of the Northwest. The fruit forward apple aroma and taste come from a tailored blend that perfectly balances the sweetness, tartness, and dryness of the fruit. A clean finish from the use of all fresh juice from our region reminds us that this is an authentic hard cider. Enjoy this natural, semi-sweet, and bold cider from Bend, Oregon that simply brings out the best of the Northwest.
Hard POM-Cherry Cider- Pomegranate and Cherry marry together into this unique cider union. Pomegranates have been cherished for their exquisite beauty, flavor, color, and health benefits for centuries. The tart flavor of the pomegranates is finely balanced with the subtle sweetness of the cherries. Some scholars even believe that the irresistible, forbidden apple from the Garden of Eden was actually a Pomegranate. Cheers to ATLAS for creating a cider that is royalty among other fruit.
Hard Apricot Cider- Pressed golden orange apricots dominate this uniquely tart cider that still remains highly drinkable. The Apricots add a subtle flavor that is like combining a peach and a plum but not quite as sweet. The Romans and Greeks had it right when they used apricots as a main ingredient of their drink known as the "Nectar of the Gods”. The driest of our ciders leaves a lasting round finish that calls for more. May the Gods be appeased.
|Hard Blackberry Cider- Oregon has a state flag, song, flower, and this my friends is our nomination for a state cider. A dark hue of purple fills the glass as we took zero short-cuts with this fine blend of Oregon Black Berries and Elderberries. The tartness of the blackberries is rounded out by the complex characteristics of the elderberries. Filled with tannins the cider leaves a delightful dry and rich finish that red wine lovers will especially enjoy. Cheers to Oregon berries.|
Gorge Cyder House Dry-
Gorge Cyder House Honey Infused- Unfiltered, European traditional style smoothed with honey
|Gorge Cyder House Hopped- The golding hops gives a really floral, smooth, citrus-like flavor to the hard cider|
|Ice Cider: Cider du glace— a specialty cider produced using traditional cryo-extraction techniques. Semi-frozen apples are pressed, leaving behind a concentrated fruit essence. The rich and undiluted juice is naturally fermented using our own unique yeast blend, leaving a finished product that is characterized with its balance of natural sweetness and tart aromatics. A perfect complement to a meal, as either an aperitif or digestif. Makes for a unique gift for the premium cider lover in your life.||Diet Cider- A truly innovative product that is great for those who are looking for a lighter alternative to traditional cider. Our cider is fermented until all of the residual sugars have been completely converted into alcoholic goodness. The cider is then brought to medium-sweet perfection with natural sugar alternatives for a smooth finish - sans guilt.|
|English-style Farmhouse Cider- Inspired by the traditional cider production methods of England, this cider is bursting with complex aromatics and flavors. Using Oregon heirloom cider apple varieties blended with dessert fruit from Hood River, our farmhouse cider acts as an ode to the origins of cider production in the UK. Enjoy a pint of classic English heritage. Or two.||Table Cider: 2-4% ABV- Our attempt at inclusivity — alcoholic inclusivity, to be exact. (Especially) for those whose tolerance leaves something to be desired, we thought it appropriate to develop our own easy to drink, low ABV house cider. This “table” cider is blended to a lower alcohol content than your traditional ciders (around 2-4% ABV). Sweet, fruity notes and earthy aromas can be found in this all natural “session cider.”|
1135 NW Galveston Ave
36797 SE Kemp Road
34137 Seavey Loop Rd
Cyderworks 2003- American cider is coming into its own, as more and more ugly, bitter little apples are planted solely for the purpose of making cider.We hope you will enjoy our beautiful sparkling cider, made from our own ugly, bitter little apples, as a complement to a great meal, as an appetizer with cheese or pate, or on its own, chilled.
Finnegan Dry Cider is fermented to complete dryness and candidly presents the classic profile of authentic cider apples: acid, fruit, and phenolics. It is lightly oaked, followed by a secondary, in-bottle fermentation for effervescence.
Finnegan Semi-Dry cider is a balance of the complex flavors of true cider apples, trace oak, and mild residual sweetness. The initial fermentation is followed by a secondary, in-bottle fermentation
|Finnegan Semi-Sweet Cider is our newest variety and is created for those seeking a sweeter, naturally bubbly cider enhanced by the sensory distinctions of American, English, and French cider apples. |
1104 First Ave
|Splash Semi Sweet- Fresh pressed apple blend fermented to perfection and back sweetened with fresh more cider from the orchard just before packaging. ||Tidebreak Crisp Apple- Crisp blend of apples exhibiting a nice tartness and fresh green apples tastes. A good bite of astringency and lasting flavor. |
|Northwest Berry- A blend of delicious Northwest berries mixed into a base of complimentary fresh pressed apple varieties. ||Pacific Peach- Clean, bubbly and bursting with peach flavor. This cider is vibrant and delivers just the right amount of fruit sweetness. |
Rack and Cloth- Named for the style of cider press we use to produce all of our juice, Rack & Cloth was founded in 2012 by Silas Bleakley in Mosier, OR. Use of a small press allows for the attention to detail–including hand-sorting of fruit–that we believe is essential to creating a high quality artisanal beverage. The cidery operates as a component of a larger vision: a small but diverse farming operation. Creating a system wherein we can showcase our agricultural products while increasing tilth and feeding our farm is a guiding principle of Rack & Cloth. All the apple pomace byproduct from our pressing is used as feed for our livestock; they in turn fertilize our orchard. Happy animals make for happy trees, and good fruit makes good cider.
6440 S.W. Capitol Highway
|Coastal Cran- A perfectly balanced taste of the coast! The subtle fruit flavors compliment the traditional unfiltered cider base. A great choice for any time of year. Refreshing and crisp, Coastal Cran will satisfy any thirst!||Pacific P.O.G.-Pineapple Orange Guava- Tickle your tropical tastebuds! Our classic unfiltered, old fashioned recipe cider with a light tropical taste. P.O.G. is a blend of pineapple, orange, and guava juices and we let the flavor shine through in our cider without getting overly sweet. Designed with summer breezes in mind, released in spring... because we just couldn't wait! No added sulphates, artificial flavors or sugar. Just tropical juicy goodness!|
840 SE Woodland St. #185
10 Barrel Brewing- 10 Barrel Brewing was founded by three fellas in Bend, Oregon in 2006 who wanted to brew beer, drink beer and have a ton of fun while doing so. 10 years later and we're still following suit. Whether we're shredding the mountain, drinking cold ones by the fire after work or floating down the river. We always have fun with a beer in hand.
Ford Farms Cyderworks- is a family owned and operated venture. Rich and Kristin Ford own and operate a total of 150 acres on Sauvie Island, Oregon, where they raise the fruit, press and bottle Cyderworks Sparkling Cider. Fine cider is a traditional beverage throughout the world, and our goal is to make an American cider that is on par with the fine ciders of France. Traditional French cider is sparkling and is poured from a champagne bottle. Ford Farms Cyderworks is part of a movement to renew the cider tradition, producing a superior handcrafted product. Try Cyderworks French Style Sparkling Cider instead of wine with your next cheese plate, pork roast, or favorite dish, and you will see what a fine cider can bring to a meal.
Bauman’s Cider Company- in the early to mid 1900’s Great-grandpa Stephen had perfected the method for making hard cider in the barn using the traditional method of fermenting apples in barrels. As the effects of prohibition took hold, the family farm moved into growing dessert fruit. Thus, Great-grandpa Stephen’s traditional method of making hard cider faded into the background. Upon learning of her family history of producing hard cider, and armed with a degree in biochemistry from Lewis & Clark University, Christine became determined to revive Great-grandpa Stephen’s tradition of making hard cider while at the same time utilizing modern scientific cider making methods to bring this unique family beverage into today’s marketplace. This blending of modern hard cider making with the best of traditional methods developed on the family farm spanning five generations is now lovingly perfected in every bottle. The result of Christine’s efforts is truly a hard cider of which we hope Great-grandpa Stephen would proud.
Cascadia Ciderworkers United- Our ciderworkers use only Cascadia-grown ingredients. Look for our cans in stores and draft in bars in the Portland metro area.
600 NW Hertel St.
Roshambo ArtFarm- is a working farm, we are a truly rustic venue. We host the Wildwood MusicFest on our property every summer (for about 1000 people) and have fenced event grounds amidst an ancient basalt rock quarry surrounded by drought tolerant gardens and an organic hay field. . Within the grounds we have a large stage, gigantic wood-chipped dance floor, bar with taps and a cooler for kegs, a built-n pizza oven and covered areas. We allow guests to use our cabin which is about 20'x20' in a private setting up on the hill with a beautiful view of the Coastal Mountains. Guests are welcome to camp in the lower or upper fields, there is a wood-chipped path to the event site. The main thing that people like about us is that we are easy going, we allow camping and dogs, and we don't force you to use our vendors or buy our products, although we are also a winery making delicious Hard Cider, Syrah, and Pinot Noir.
12 Bridge Ciderworks- Welcome to 12 Bridge Ciderworks! We are starting up a craft cidery here in the Portland metro area, specifically in Oregon City. We’ve got a 3,400 sq ft facility, of which ~2,200 sq ft is used as the production area and storage, leaving ~1,200 for our great taproom. It’s there, where you can get up close & personal with the tanks…well, maybe not too close. As for Our Ciders, we love & are committed to the craft! 12 Bridge will strive to make a variety of great cider that only uses northwest fresh-pressed juice, different fruits, spices and most importantly, natural ingredients.
Oregon The Cyder Market hard cider information for cider makers and drinkers in Oregon.
Bandon Rain- had its beginnings in 2013, when third-generation cranberry farmer and Bandon, Oregon resident Gary Gant made his first batch of fresh-pressed hard cider for his family. Soon cider enthusiasts Trevor and Mary Gant picked up the project. After impressing friends with their creations, a summer hobby quickly transformed into a business prospect. Gary & Karen, along with Trevor & Mary, turned an old cranberry shed into a small production cidery. Three years later, Bandon Rain is now officially open for business, introducing our signature cranberry apple unique craft cider.
Citizen- Award winning semi-dry cider. Crafted with over a dozen traditional English cider apple varietals. Available year-round in 500 mL bottles and 1/6 BBL kegs.
Impearial Asian Pear- Spicy Asian pears fermented with European pears ripened to the peak of sweetness - add in traditional cider apples and you get a cider ready to conquer the world!
|Slake- Slake Your Thirst! Cider aged for months in bourbon barrels is blended with our traditional NW apple cider. The result? Slake, a semi-dry barrel aged blend. The bourbon is not overpowering, and delicate notes of vanilla and oak are present.|
Cherry Perry- Hood River perry fermented with whole Oregon cherries. Bold upfront cherry flavor with a soft pear finish. Available Aug-October in 22 oz bottles and 1/6 BBL kegs.
|Mad Perry- Our newest seasonal, Mad Perry is fermented from 100% NW pear juice (65% D'Anjou, 35% Bosc) using a lively champagne yeast. The finished perry is then aged with whole vanilla beans and cardamon pods. Semi-sweet, with light carbonation and flavor to spare.||Sugar and Spice- Crafted with our secret blend of whole spices, Sugar & Spice is the perfect cider to enjoy throughout the fall and winter! Available from Oct. - Jan. in 22 oz bottles and 1/6 bbl kegs. Bronze and Silver medals at the 2016 and 2014 Great Lakes International Cider and Perry Competition. Grandma's apple pie never tasted this good.|
PommePomme Farmhouse Cider - 6.9% ABV Named for PommePomme the sheep, matriarch of our flock, this off-dry cider is refreshingly fruity (but not sweet!) with a subtle effervescence. Made with organic Jonagold, Winesap, Cripp’s Pink, wild Crabs and Fujis.
2015 Étienne- This single-varietal (Winesap) cider is the result of our first fermentation in the 50hL French oak foudre we imported from Médoc in 2014. Affectionately known as “Steve” (or “Étienne,” en français) the foudre imparts earthy notes and plenty of tannin without the oaky flavors commonly associated with barrel fermentations. Crisp, tart, and complex.
|Good Fences- A blend of apples fermented in a variety of oak vessels to produce a dry cider that is round and full-bodied but with nicely balanced acidity.|
235 East Broadway Avenue
807 NE Couch
Rogue Ales- is a small revolution, which expresses itself through handcrafted Ales, Porters, Stouts, Lagers and Spirits, and this is the way we conduct our business. The spirit of the Rogue brand, even the name, suggests doing things differently, a desire and a willingness to change the status quo. A Rogue Ale, Porter, Stout, Lager or Spirit is crafted to give it unique character, innovative in its makeup and brewing, a process that has not compromised quality. We believe if a Rogue Ale, Porter, Stout, Lager or Spirit cannot be all of these things, it should not be made at all. We do what we do to become a meaningful industry leader through the products we create and by building an organization that is successful without being big, bureaucratic, or common. To be a leader doesn’t mean you have to be the biggest. The best leaders lead by example and by doing things the right way, even if it means going against the grain. Rogue will stand up to the big guy trying to bully his way into whatever business or territory he wants. Rogue will be David, only this David doesn’t really care if the stone hits the giant or not. Just the idea of throwing the stone is exciting. We make products for the connoisseur, the entrepreneur, and the revolutionist.
PO Box 2185
Lake Oswego, Oregon
Bull Run Cider- produces craft cider at the foothills of the Oregon Coast Range in Forest Grove, Oregon. In making all of our ciders we begin with the apple as we believe this is the starting point for making the finest cider. Only a true understanding of the apples and the orchard they originated from will enable the cider maker to shape the juice into great cider. We strive to make the best cider by using the highest quality ingredients. All of the fruit we use in our hard ciders and perries is grown within 100 miles of our cidery, much of it we harvest ourselves. We do not use any artificial flavors or sweeteners in our ciders. We value sustainability, which includes being responsible and active in our community.
2225 Cedar Street
Forest Grove, Oregon
At Blackfin Hard Cider we create top quality craft beverages from the freshest local ingredients. Our apples are handpicked and fresh pressed within sight of the orchards from which they came. Our ciders are created to deliver the best possible quality and value at an affordable price. Proudly produced in the state of Oregon, we celebrate all the adventure and beauty of our beloved Northwest in each and every can.
Swift Cider- is the reincarnation of Outcider, LLC, which opened in the Spring of 2012. Bottles and kegs of The Outcider and The Outcider Wild were enjoyed throughout Oregon until the end of 2013 when we paused operations to change names. While the paperwork was arduous and the wait agonizing, we are excited to return as Swift Cider. The good news is that the cider is still made from the same locally-grown, fresh-pressed apples. A blend of wild and cultured yeasts ferment the juice and the cider clarifies naturally by aging at cool temperatures. Aidan is still the owner and head cider maker, and he blends every batch in the same Northeast Portland ciderhouse. Our cider is currently only available in draft with plans to add bottles in the near future. We offer three draft ciders year round with a rotating selection of seasonals and specialty release ciders.
Thompson Creek Organics LLC
Fox Tail Cider- was created in 2012. Owned and operated by a multi-generation family farm in Hood River, OR. Crafted Hard Cider produced on site gives a unique taste every year depending on the growning season. Our Hard and Sweet Cider's are grown locally with the orchardist carefully selecting great fruit that will make a fantastic cider. Come visit one of Hood River's top new attractions! Bring your family and friends inside our tap room where you'll be able to sample the latest Hard Cider's with our Sampler Tray. Enjoy a glass of your choice while sitting near the production room or outside on our patio! Pick your favorite Hard Cider to take home with you!
1813 NE 12th Ave
|Screech Owl- is our purest and simplest cider, taking much of its flavor from the oak barrels themselves. It has a subtle oaky flavor and vanilla notes. This dry cider’s barrel aged nature gives it a characteristic similar to that of a fine white wine. ||Crazy Crow- is a blackberry infused dry hard cider with a refreshing and crisp flavor. ||Stellar Jay- is our newest cider, made by fermenting our Newtown cider alongside Italian plums to infuse a unique, yet subtle plumy backdrop.|
4785 Booth Hill Road,
Hood River, Oregon
2014 Farmhouse Cider- A traditional dry cider produced from local heirloom & cider apples, hand-pressed in the fall, then allowed to naturally ferment and mellow in oak barrels for five months.
|Constitution- is a strong spiced cider reminiscent of what early Americans would have been drinking in New England several centuries ago. A cider of antique American apples (Newtown Pippin and a field blend of heirloom varieties) has been fermented with dark brown sugar and raisins for a higher alcohol and greater body, then aged in freshly emptied American oak rum barrels with an infusion of vanilla beans, cloves, cinnamon sticks, and nutmeg.|
735 NE 52nd Ave
|Tumalo Dry Apple Cider-||Tumalo Semi-Sweet Apple Cider- ||Hibiscus Winesap- Made from 100% Winesap apples and infused with oak and hibiscus.|
|Twisted Citrus Cider-||Prickly Passion Cider-||Tumalo Ginger Barrel- 100% PNW apples infused with ginger ad barrel aged|
|Farmhouse Raspberry- Raspberry cider from Bend's Tumalo Cider. Nice tart flavor, and dry finish.||Farmhouse Apple Semi-Dry Cider- ||Alpenglow Cider-|
|The Cherry- |
|The Hop Squeeze-||The Semi-Dry-|
1720 Willamette Falls Drive
West Linn, Oregon
Hard Cider- A flagship Dry Cider. Entirely Oregon apples which never leave the state are locally sourced and pressed. A classic dry session cider with enough complexity to enjoy year round.
|Farmhouse Dry- This Farmhouse style cider is a blend of Gravenstien, Prime Red, and Macintosh from a small Lane County settlers orchard’s trees. This cider unlocks the secrets of flavor and fullness from one of many of our overgrown fruit forests. Farmhouse dry will be uniquely different each time. Each batch specific to a chosen small plot in which the trees are entirely untreated. |
Snake River Rye– Barrel Aged Hard Cider Dry settler style Cider aged 3 months in American Oak Stein Rye Whiskey barrels from eastern Oregon. Deep whiskey notes and a full oak finish compliment smooth vanilla flavor & apple aromatics. Unpasteurized & bottle conditioned.
Imperial Hard Cider- An imperial Dry Cider, made entirely from Oregon apples is locally sourced and pressed. This is a high gravity classic dry cider not to be taken lightly. Unpasteurized & bottle conditioned.
|Nettle- A unique botanical fermentation made with our valley Stinging Nettles. Shoots of the Nettle plant are harvested in early spring before flower pods develop. Leaves are dried and cured for up to 6 months and are then left for a long rest in Agave syrup and pressed clean. The mixture is then blended with a house cider blend and fermented to dryness. A mild herbaceous quality on the nose with a nice dry apply finish. |
Wild Rose- A WildCraft exclusive! Whole wild roses undergo a lengthy cold conditioning and secondary fermentation on a unique blend of our wild fermented cider. Fresh, crisp and aromatic notes of rose petals lead to a complex cider mid-palate, finishing dry and very smooth.
|Homestead Hopped- A settler-style cider fermented to complete dryness and dry hopped with 2 lbs per barrel Simcoe hops from Hop Valley. Hopped to not overpower the presence of apple aroma but rather add dimensions of Citrus and Passionfruit. Unpasteurized & bottle conditioned. ||Pioneer Perry- Our 2014 Pioneer Perry is layered with the complex flavors of hazelnut, fresh shortbread & orange blossom honey. The exquisite qualities of pre-prohibition planted American Pear varietals were allowed to reach their fullest potential. Harvested and handpicked from the founding farmlands of Lane County, this is an experience that provides unprecedented, homegrown quality. Unpasteurized & bottle conditioned. |
Wild Fermented Apple & Pear- A blend of green gravenstein apple & red bartlett pear picked from an untreated homestead orchard. Fermented entirely with native Willamette Valley yeast to ensure true dryness, this beverage presents you with a tart apple flavor to balance the fresh taste of pear. All this combined with a lasting earthy finish gives you yet one more reason to enjoy the wild. Unpasteurized & bottle conditioned.
|Elderberry Perry- These elderberries were wildcrafted in the mountains of Cottage Grove, hand destemmed and fermented whole in a red Bartlett perry. Floral, vinous, fruit-forward berries hail from the rugged Oregon wilderness into a rich & full bodied pear complexity. Unpasteurized & bottle conditioned. |
Cherry Perry- A blend of red bartlett pear, sweet and tart cherries harvested from Willamette Valley orchards, fermented together to achieve true dryness. A sweet rosehip aroma sets the stage for a leading tart cherry character that delves into a crisp pear finale. Unpasteurized & bottle conditioned.
1859 Cider Co.- is all about the fruit. We believe in using real fruit, mostly organic, sourced from the Oregon Territory, to make exceptional cider. Our back to basics philosophy brings you the connection to the land that the fruit was grown. Visit our taproom and see that connection for yourself. At 1859 Cider Co., we're proud producers bringing you seven generations of farming in Salem, Oregon. 1859 Cider Co.'s products are not from concentrate, have no added water, and are used from carefully selected fruit - organic when available. We believe in producing ciders that represent the land. From semi-sweet to dry ciders, each glass encompasses what nature brought that year. Our philosophy is not recipe based, but celebrates all that nature has to offer with small batch quality. Come see what's on tap and try something you won't find elsewhere.
Happy Cider- We wanted a cider that made us Happy, so we made one. We’re not making any health claims, it’s just really good. “An authentic, powerful apple profile with a crisp, clean acid background. Balanced with just enough sweetness to bring it all together.”
Roughneck Cider- is for the hard working people of the NW who know that you can’t have the “sweet” without the “dry”. This is serious cider for a goodtime. A powerfully complex cider blending all elements into each storied sip. Hints of yeast, earthy sour notes and an almost dry profile keep you wanting more.
425 Cider- At Red Tank we love Cascades. But for our dry-hopped cider we took it to the next level with Santiam. Dry-hopped with sheer, brute force, 425 isn’t a hop bomb. It’s floral, citrusy and has a spicy pepper back that we can’t get enough of.
|Pear Bear- The Cider Maker at Red Tank had all but sworn off pear cider. While not being difficult to make it's difficult to make the right way. After months of blending and implementing a rarely used French winemaking technique, Pear Bear was born. Using a unique blend of Bosc, Anjou and Bartlett pears, Pear Bear has a strong Pyrus profile, while being backed up with notes of honey, vanilla and wildflower.|
Chops- Having unlimited access to dozens of cider varieties can produce endless combinations. We mixed our Sour Cherry cider with our 425 Dry-Hop cider and found a blend we wanted to keep. Nicknamed "CHOPS!", this cult classic was only brought out for special events, but eventually became a standard favorite. With a subtle balance of the sour Montmorency cherry, blended with the floral Santiam hop, this is a popular favorite that is always asked about.
|Mixed Berry- Hailing from the Northwest, we are lucky to have a near endless supply of fruit. With so many berries to choose from, we picked all of them. Each season we experiment with a different combination of berries, seeking new experiences. Cherries, strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and blueberries are only a few of the fruits carefully blended into each new, exciting batch. If we stumble on the perfect combination, we might write it down, but will always keep this blend evolving, looking for something new and delicious.|
|Edgefield Hard Apple Cider- Pale yellow gold in color, Edgefield Hard Cider has aromas of fresh apple, apple skin, and pie spices. Lively on the tongue, fresh apple flavor dominates with hints of pear and honey. Crisp and refreshing, the sweetness in this semi-sweet cider is balanced out by tart acidity.||Black Cherry- Made with a generous addition of dark cherry juice to a base of dry apple cider, this bright ruby-hued cider presents with a rich cherry-scented nose, with an undercurrent of fresh apples. In the mouth, sweet cherry flavors blend seamlessly with the tart acidity of the apples. |
Blackberry Cider- Dark garnet in color, the aromas of fresh blackberries burst from the glass. The slightly tannic and tart blackberry component is balanced out by a small amount of residual sugar, while the fermented apple rounds out the mid-palate and finish.
|Crangerine Dream Cider- A bright strawberry, garnet color gives hint to the tartness of the cranberry, which is at the forefront of this new winter release. The tartness is supported by underlying citrus flavors coming from orange and tangerine juices. Try pairing it with holiday meals, especially turkey and dressing!||McMenamins Estate Cider- Our barrel-aged McMenamins Estate Cider is made from fresh-pressed Heirloom Apples picked from Edgefield and Cornelius Pass Roadhouse. Rich and layered, this complex, unfiltered, barrel-aged dry cider is stylistically similar to those made in the Basque region of Spain. The cider is strong and tart, with a rustic nose encompassing baked apple and a hint of caramel. On the palate, the farmhouse character comes through. It is bright and spicy, with citrus notes and an undercurrent of fresh-baked bread.||Pomegranate Cider- is crafted with those unexpectedly gorgeous winter sunny days and the warming weather in mind. The tartness of the pomegranate is balanced with the crispness and sweetness of the apple, making for a refreshing quaff, rain or shine.|
Atlas Cider- produces authentic hard cider from 100% fresh pressed fruit from our region. Partnered with northwest farmers to source our premium fruit has been a priority of ours from the beginning. Creating fine cider starts with the quality and variety of apples and fruits that are pressed. Our ciders start with a base of Northwest varieties that are pressed to achieve a balance of sweetness, tartness, and dryness in our blends. Using cold pressed technology and first-rate fruit allows us to retain the apple and fruits delicate aroma and flavors without the need to add any flavorings. Our ciders are crafted in the heart of the Northwest in Bend, OR.
|Cranberry Apple- This cider is made from a 5 variety blend of Pacific Northwest apples and Ocean Spray cranberries. It is a carefully blended balance of tart and sweet, making for a refreshing unique cider.||Raspberry Cranberry Apple- This cider is dark, deep bodied and blended to perfect a great tart raspberry taste.|
|Apple- This unfiltered Pacific Northwest 5 apple blend is reminiscent of old-fashioned fresh-pressed cider.||Bandon Gravenstein- is a nod to traditional cider making, using a single variety of handpicked homegrown Bandon Rain apples, hand-pressed and fermented. |
929 N. Russel St
Lucky Labrador Brew Pub- Our four brewpubs provide a pure Portland craft brewing experience in an unpretentious setting. Paws down, the tastiest beer around! Hawthorne was our very first location—Alex and I spent months tearing apart this old empty warehouse that eventually became the flagship. Since 1994 Hawthorne has been our pride, joy, and, well, laboratory. This is where we developed our house favorite peanut sauce, where we held our first Dogtoberfest, where we realized we might be able to make a living serving our friends good beer that we love to make. Come relax in our original setting, with high-trussed ceilings, our trademark rustic ambiance, and a great covered back patio for you, a canine, and a brew. Brew Pubs Portland Oregon is the way to go.
|E.Z Orchards Cidre- consists of a blend of vintage French cidre apple varieties that we grow in our Willamette Valley orchards. Our fermentation method, like the traditional “Methode Champenoise”, enhances mature apple aroma, is low in acidity and finishes with a soft effervescence. Chill upright before serving. To enhance clarity, pour gently to reserve the lees sediment at the bottom of the bottle.||Hawk Haus Cider- is a pre-prohibition style cider using two varietals. They are fermented at cold temperatures for about 6 months using the yeast that is naturally on the peel. They pull the cider from the tanks prior to complete dryness to allow a natural carbonation in the bottles. This cider has more of a farmhouse influence from the wild yeast.||Poire- is named from the French word for “pear”, and is completely appropriate, natural and perfect for this uniquely delicious drink. EZ Orchards Poire is made entirely from estate-grown Forelle, Comice and Bosc winter pears—no apples. The fruit is carefully cleaned, milled and pressed. No yeast is added to the juice and no sulfites are added. Naturally-occurring yeasts are allowed to ferment over months at low temperatures. Finally, when the sugars are depleted—or nearly so—Poire is bottled and allowed to mature and condition. |
|Cidre Semi Dry- is the 2013 vintage of our French style Cidre. The Semi Dry has a grand aromatic composition of warm winter spice, ripe fruit,and an affirming " how did an apple do that?". ||Roman Beauty Cider- is a North American style Cider, crafted primarily from Roman Beauty, an heirloom apple we have grown since our beginning as Orchardist in 1929. The balance of the blend is made with Yarlington Mill, an English bitter sweet apple, and Granny Smith. |
Gold Rush Cider- is a local brewery in Southern Oregon. Each batch of Cider is hand crafted to deliver nothing short of the finest quality Cider to your taste buds.
Rookshire Lane Orchard’s Dry Cider, 2014- Craving a drier, fuller, British styled cider, our first cider hit the mark right on. As with all of our products, this cider began life as handpicked fruit from our orchards. Our apples are then left to "sweat" or ripen until the flavors and sugars reach their peak. We then crush and press the juice into neutral (no flavor remaining) French oak barrels that were previously used for wine.
|Rookshire Lane Orchard’s Perry, 2014- Sleek and sultry, our perry is a perfect complement to the dry cider. The perry began life as estate grown handpicked pears. However, since pears have a much shorter shelf life than apples, the pears are crushed and press to barrel very soon after harvest. As with all of our products, the resulting juice is left to ferment with naturally occurring yeasts and bacteria. |
Barrel-aged Hard Cider-
Forest Edge Hard Cider- a crisp, sparkling hard cider. A blend of our organically grown apples were ground and pressed. The juice was placed in stainless steel and neutral oak barrels and fermented to dryness. The cider was allowed to go through malolactic fermentation. It was racked into stainless steel tanks, lightly fined, filtered and bottled.
4950 Baseline Rd,
Wandering Aengus Ciderworks and Anthem Ciders- is a winery run by Nick Gunn, Mimi Casteel, and James Kohn. Instead of making wines from grapes we make great ciders from organically grown apples. We manage two orchards where we grow true cider apple varieties. One of the orchards is located next to our ciderhouse in the Eola Hills between Salem and Mcminnville, Oregon. The other orchard is located in Ashland, Oregon. At Wandering Aengus Ciderworks we press and blend over 20 cider apple varietals to craft our ciders. Our cider specific apples originate from France, England, and pre-prohibition America, but are grown now in Oregon. These heirloom varieties are essential for the depth of flavor, excellent body, and delightnful aromatics of our distinctive ciders. All our ciders are always GLUTEN FREE.
320 SE Booth Bend Rd, Ste B
|Dry Cider- For our first Dry Cider, we kept it simple and local. Newtons and old world cider apples from the Double Mountain Orchard were pressed and fermented on our house yeast strain. We gave it plenty of time to dry out and develop wondrous aromas of juicy pear, lychee, green fruit, and chamomile. It finishes tart, crisp, dry, and quenching.||Jumpin Jack Cider-||Peach Cider-|
5504 Hazel Greene Rd NE
Red Tank Cider- Born from years of industry experience, Red Tank Cider Co. creates real NW cider. We make cider because we have a serious, uncontrollable passion for it. We won't stop. It's not supposed to be easy. That's why it tastes so good. Coming soon, a local craft cider from three local guys. Look for Happy Cider available on tap & easy to travel cans Craft cider made from 100% Northwest apples.
Rogue Fruit Salad Cider- Inspired by Oregon's rich fruit bounty, we picked a little of everything and packed it into Fruit Salad Cider. Sweet, tart, dry, fruity - Fruit Salad Cider is a true taste of the terroir of Oregon.
The BrightCider- Clean and crisp, The BrightCider is made exclusively with fresh-pressed NW apples.
|The Bad Apple- is a semi-dry, bold cider. Aged with brandy-cured Oregon white oak, the Bad Apple offers complex oak tannins and rich vanilla notes. Hints of sweetness derived from local meadowfoam honey make this a cider to savor.||The Made Marion- is a blend of Oregon grown Marion berries and hard apple cider. Subtle berry flavors and crisp apple bite combined with a rich ruby color make this cider a delicious way to usher in the end of a season.|
|Ginja Ninja- Our redheaded cider samurai sliced thousands of pounds of fresh apples and pure ginger root to craft the Ginja Ninja.|
OutCider- Juicy and unfiltered, the Outcider is made with fresh-pressed NW apples. Ya, it's supposed to be cloudy.
Nice and Naughty- This special release will add a little spice to your holiday season. The smoke of cinnamon is bubbled through a tank of Bad Apple with a touch of allspice added right before bottling.
|Amity Rose Vintage Cider- is produced using traditional French and English cider apples grown locally in Amity, Oregon. Working with our local grower, these hand-picked apples are fermented in a unique style to create a vintage cider which expresses the character and terroir of the 2011 Rose Orchard harvest.|
Afton Field- Fermented in Pinot noir wine barrels, the apples and honey for this un-fined, un-filtered, un-pasteurized cider are grown and handpicked at Afton Field Sustainable Farm. Located in Corvallis Oregon, only six miles from our cellar, Afton Field grows their food naturally in harmony with the land.
Riverwood Orchard- This Brut cider is made with Jonagold apples harvested from Riverwood Orchards in Monmouth, Oregon. Bright, crisp, and full of intense floral aromas, this cider expresses the best of Oregon’s warm summer days and cool summer nights.
3264 NE 84th Ave
|Light of the Moon- Our flagship cider, refreshing, dry, bubbly, with fruity notes and a grass-of-the-meadow attitude. Excellent for warm nights of stargazing, and pairs well with anything cheese.||Old Hoot- Our original farmhouse cider, complex, dry, flavorful, and structured. It means business, and if barbecue is your thing it's a natural partner (or pardner).||Cherry Twang- Cider apples fermented with dried Lapin cherries grown on our farm, and then aged in rum barrels, this blush cider is complex, smoky, and wine-like.|
|Barn Yeowl Ciders- These are never the same. On trips to the West Country of England we found many farmhouse ciders that were deceptively simple, often just labeled Sweet, Medium, and Dry. In developing our ciders we wanted to have such a rough-and-ready offering, often unfiltered, ends of blends, cider you drink immediately. They might be uncouth, fun, experimental – whatever is in the cider barn. They may be still or lightly effervescent. We sell these in 1 liter Yeowlers from the Farmstand, either at the farm or when we’re on the road.||Year & a Day- Our longest aged ciders, made with patience, oaky and structured, highly anticipated.|
|Hard Apple Cider- Nothing says autumn like Apples! There's bobbing for apples, an apple for your teacher, and of course apple pie. Honeywood's Hard Apple Cider is made from Pacific Northwest Apples, the best grown in Washington and Oregon, specially blended into a great Hard Cider. Rich, clean, fresh and fruity, and very flavorful. Can be served heated...add a cinnamon stick or other spices.|
Blackjack- The flavor of fresh blackberries perfectly balanced with a spiced blend of quality hard apple cider, in Honeywood's special recipe, combining to create a full-textured wine with a wonderful flavor and aroma that is a unique and refreshing treat.
|Strawberry Kiwi- Apple juice fermented to dry then back sweetened with strawberry and kiwi juice. Semi-Dry.||Passionfruit Mango- Apple juice fermented to dry then back sweetened with passionfruit and mango juice. Semi-Dry. |
|Free Press Dry Hard Cider- Crisp, dry, tart, tangy. Grown-up hard cider from Northwest apples. Press on.||Free Press Hopped Hard Cider- Crisp, dry, tart, tangy and hoppy. Grown-up hard cider from Northwest apples. Press on.||Free Press Blood Orange Plum Cider- The Marketing department told us to write "Wonderfully tropical orange notes balance perfectly with the refreshingly bright flavors of wholesome Northwest apples." We, on the other hand, think that you probably figured out what it tastes like just by reading the name. Friggin' marketers....|
|Free Press Passion Fruit Pineapple Cider- Luscious tropical fruit flavors backed up by dry Northwest apples make this hard cider hard to forget: dry, aromatic, and layered.||Free Press Blackberry Tart Cider- Refreshingly dry and subtly tart, with a hint of tanginess. Like biting into a fresh blackberry plucked from the forests of Oregon.||Free Press Pink Guava Cider- |
The Cyder Market hard cider information for cider makers and drinkers in Oregon.
64649 Wharton Avenue
|The Original- For the journey ahead, we bring you our 6 time award-winning Original Apple Cider. Crafted right here in Portland, Oregon, we use only the best local apples and a lager yeast to create a hard cider that’s perfectly crisp, clean, and semi-dry – just like the Pacific Northwest.|
Hopped Apple Cider- For the journey ahead, we bring you our 9 time award-winning Hopped Apple Cider. Crafted right here in Portland, Oregon, we dry-hopped our classic hard cider to bring out all the complex hop flavors with zero hop bitterness – it’s pure Pacific Northwest at its core.
|Ginger Pear Cider- For the journey ahead, we bring you our newest seasonal release, Ginger Pear Apple Cider. We start by adding pears to our classic hard cider for a tart body and finish with ginger for a perfectly subtle spice. Just like the ginger we use, we’re rooted in the Pacific Northwest.|
Slopeswell Cider Company- A long time ago, in a cidery far, far away, two guys named Jeff and John talked about opening a new kind of cidery. They imagined one where old world methods could meet Northwest fun. They created a small cidery named Hawksong. Meanwhile, on the other side of the galaxy, Chip and Stefan were also talking about a new cidery. They imagined a place where wild-fermented juices would age for months or years to create magical natural elixirs. They created a small cidery called Gorge Cider House. One thing led to another and what started as a cooperation turned into a collaboration, and that turned into a company. Within a few months, the two cideries were closed down and a new one created. Slopeswell Cider is cooperation incarnate. Two cidermakers bringing their individual loves of creating great ciders, creating a variety and complexity not available anywhere else.
Oregon- Agriculture is one of Oregon's most important industries. "Drive a nail in the land and it comes up green," the pioneers boasted. On the coast they produce lilies, cheese and cranberries, and from the sea oysters, mussels, clams, salmon, halibut, cod, snapper, bass, crabs, shrimp and scallops are harvested. Farmers in the inland valleys grow hay, grain, grass seed, vegetables, nuts (Oregon is the nation's largest producer of hazelnuts), berries, Christmas trees, wine grapes, flower bulbs, pears, plums, cherries and apples. Poultry, cows, sheep and pigs also are raised. The High Country, with its drier climate, has cattle, sheep, wheat, alfalfa, barley, onions, corn, potatoes, sugar beets and melons. Ninety-five percent of the bounty grown is produced on family-owned, rather than corporate farms. However, with all this agricultural abundance Oregon also has some of the most prolific cider producers with multiple excellent cider types being created by the 64 cider producers, with many of them newly established and others still being opened.
1350 Hines Street SE
1212-D SE Powell
Bubbly Hard Apple Cider- Granny Smith and Pink Lady Apples; apples from family farm in Yakima, Washington.
Rookshire Lane Orchards- We believe it’s cider’s turn in the spotlight (or on the shelf). It has enjoyed a long and celebrated tradition in England and France, and is recently enjoying a resurgence in popularity in the U.S. Our goal is to produce hand-crafted, orchard-to-bottle ciders and perries that delights the palate and challenge the general North American perception of what cider is. Cultivated with a farmer’s nurturing touch and crafted with a winemaker’s expertise, Rookshire Lane ciders and perries feature a fullness of body, bouquet of aromas and complexity of flavors reminiscent of their traditional English counterparts. From picking the fruit to printing our labels, we are personally involved in every step of the process. We are devoted to our craft and the creative expression it allows. We balance the physical work of planting trees, picking, managing orchards, crushing, pressing and bottling with the creative, cerebral tasks of monitoring the ferments and designing the labels. Trained as a scientist, but a naturalist at heart, Cidermaker Brian enjoys bringing out the terroir of the orchards and is a believer in slow, wild ferments. When you enjoy a glass of Rookshire Lane cider or perry, you’re tasting what the orchard gave us. Nothing is added or taken away. What you taste is product of the land, the weather and the vintage.
New West Cider- All of our ciders are made with nothing but fresh juice from Hood River apples, wine yeast and natural flavorings like Oregon hops and northwest berries. Our ciders are intended to be balanced, dry and -above all else-drinkable. Find us on tap at Sasquatch Brewing Company and at the finest bars and restaurants in the Portland area.
Oaked Dry- Rich tannins and spicy aromas with a mild oak finish. Blend of English and French bittersweet apples rounded out with aromatic and sharp heirloom apples.
|Wickson Crab Apple-Organically grown in Hood River, Oregon Dry, very tart, and fruit forward “strong citrus notes”|
Bloom- Perfect Balance of sweetness and acidity. Sweet tropical aromas with a crisp, clean finish.
Wanderlust- Modeled after English ciders, a full bodied cider with a long ginger spice finish.
Golden Russet 2011-Ashland & Salem, OR Dry and fruit forward “rich honey aromas” Pairings: Roasted Duck or Aged Fontina ABV 9.8%
|Anthem Hops– Anthem Cider’s tribute to the Northwest’s love of hops, Anthem Hops is a gluten free cider dry hopped with Oregon grown Cascade hops for over three weeks. The result is a light lagerish cider with all the beautiful citrus and floral aromas of Cascade hops with a only slight bitterness on the finish. Shy of Dry. Mild Tart. |
|Anthem- Not all ciders are created equal. Anthem is cider crafted from only a blend of fresh pressed apples and finished with only the juice of apples, pears, and cherries: all from farms in Oregon and Washington. A slow cold fermentation allows the character of each apple variety to express itself fully. The result: an off-dry cider with a unique complexity and depth, and a refreshing nature. Available only on draft.||Anthem Pear– Bosc and Anjou pears smooth Anthem Cider’s acidity with a soft mouth feel and the earthy roundness only a real ripe pear provides. Semi-Dry. Mild Tart. |
Anthem Cherry– Tart Pie and Sweet Bing Cherries sharpen Anthem Cider’s tartness and add a rich background of a dark woody bark undertone. Semi-Dry. Medium Tart.
Legend Cider- was created by two people who saw a need in the cider market. We wanted to create a cider that blended a notes from old world recipes with new world tastes. We love cider and making cider.
|Flatbed’s Pear Cider- features Northwest-grown Bartlett pears for a burst of crisp, sparkling refreshment with a clean finish. Naturally sweeter than its Crisp Apple cousin (but not too sweet), Flatbed Pear Cider is the perfect choice for taming spicy foods and classing up a donut. ||Flatbed Crisp Apple Cider- is all-natural, with no added sugar or artificial ingredients and is naturally gluten-free. Jonagold apples picked at their peak deliver the balance and acidity behind Flatbed’s exceptionally bright taste while Red Delicious apples provide tannin structure. Golden Delicious apples add a rustic apple character with a twist of subtle sweetness. And, heirloom varietals like Newtown Pippins and Gravensteins, which are hand-selected from batch-to-batch, add bucolic Northwest charm to the blend. |
232 Lincoln Street
Logsdon Farmhouse Ales- Small farm brewery located in the upper Hood River Valley, OR. We strive to create unique and intriguing beer. In the farmhouse brewery spirit, we use certified organic ingredients such as whole leaf hops, barley and wheat malts, groats (whole oats), and several strains of yeast. These are combined to make a product of uncompromising quality. Tasting room open from 12pm-4pm Fridays and Saturdays. Other tours by appointment only.
Alter Ego Cider- Friends and winemakers Anne Hubatch, Nate Wall and Kris Wall decided to partner to craft artisanal ciders utilizing winemaking techniques at an urban ciderhouse, and Alter Ego Cider was born. Anne has been at the forefront of urban winemaking with Helioterra Wines, Whoa Nelly Wines and Guild Winemakers. Nate also has several years of winemaking experience, but additionally has been making cider for the past three years for one of the Northwest's largest cider producers. Anne and Nate bring a winemakers focus on nuance, delicacy, and depth to their small batch production cider.
La Familia- Our family settled down in the Willamette Valley in the 70's. We spent summers working hard in the strawberry fields chasing our American Dream. Those days were so challenging but at least we had each other. We love Oregon and it will always be our home but we are also very proud of our Mexican roots. We never forgot where we came from... Food and drink are an important part of our family and also our culture. We were always on the look out for alcoholic drinks with familiar tastes but could not find any locally made ones. After messing around with our homemade Aguas Frescas, we realized we had something special. Our Ciders began with the original recipes of our mother, Lourdes. She used only quality ingredients, an authentic handmade process and her love of cooking. We use 100% Northwest Apple Juice...no water or artificial flavors added!
Finnegan Cider- is an alternative to wine and beer that is quickly capturing the hearts, minds, and palettes of American culture. Finnegan Cider has been a work in progress for seven years. Once a family tradition, our cider is now available to Oregonians from the 2011 season. Finnegan Cider a unique cider style by using local Oregon apples, slowing the primary fermentation and lightly oaking for complexity, and finishing with in-bottle fermentation for effervescence. Our cider has a higher alcohol content than most other ciders, and we believe this naturally complements the tannins, acid, and boldness of flavor typical of the cider apple varietals we use. We hope you enjoy this new artisan cider from our family to yours.
Hopworks Urban Brewery- was founded in 2007 by Christian Ettinger, our Brewmaster. He started brewing in his parent’s kitchen during his first summer break in college and it didn’t take long to decide he would open his own brewpub. Christian began his career at the Eugene City Brewery, where many of Oregon’s great brewers have had their start. He completed Intensive Brewing and Science and Engineering courses from the American Brewers Guild and was awarded the World Beer Cup Champion Brewmaster while brewing at Laurelwood Pub and Brewery in Portland. With locally-sourced, organic and Salmon Safe hops, our 20-barrel brewery produces 16,000 barrels of beer a year for our two brewpubs and for distribution throughout the Northwest.
3890 Acree Dr
Hood River, Oregon
|Elk Horn Cupid's Crush- Blood Orange Cider.||Elk Horn Lychee Perry-||Elk Horn Mojito Apple Cider-|
|Elk Horn Concord Grape Perry-0||Elk Horn Peach Very Perry-|
|The Brute- A pure apple cider, crafted from a blend of several locally-grown Northwest apples and fresh pressed and fermented cool to retain those distinctive apple aromatics.||The Guardian Angel- Our blueberry and pomegranate cider was created to celebrate the bounty of Northwest summer berries. It offers deep garnet purple color, brambly berry notes, and fresh fruit characteristics of both the apple and blueberry, with hints of pomegranate added for a zippy kick. This cider is semi sweet, and perfectly balanced and refreshing.|
Estate Gravenstein- Fresh pressed from heirloom Gravenstein apples sustainably grown on our family operated farm in the Walla Walla Valley, this cider’s sweet-tart apple taste is easy to enjoy on a crisp autumn day.
|Eden Ridge Hard Cider- This crisp hard cider was created using our fermented "five-apple" blend made from apples grown in the Pacific Northwest. Lightly carbonated with a hint of tartness balanced with fresh apple aromas and sweetness.|
Dry Creek Hard Cider- is our handcrafted semi-dry cider fermented from select apples grown in the Pacific Northwest. This clean crisp cider brings out the true essence of the five primary apples which make up our cider blends. It is lightly carbonated with tartness, acidity and a sparkling dry finish, a sure delight to your taste buds.
|Cherry Hard Apple Cider- Created using our fermented "five-apple" blend from apples grown in the Pacific Northwest, this lightly carbonated cider has a refreshing balanced apple flavor with a splash of tart cherry freshness.||Cranberry Hard Apple Cider- Created using our fermented "five-apple" blend from apples grown in the Pacific Northwest, this carbonated cider has a refreshing balanced apple flavor with a splash of tart cranberry juice. Cranberry lovers will enjoy this.|
Peach Hard Cider- Made from select apples grown in the Walla Walla Valley this peach hard cider will most certainly delight your taste buds. Crisp, refreshing, slightly carbonated and just perfect for hot summer days.
Estate Winesap- Fresh pressed from our sustainably grown Salmon Safe Oregon apples, it has a dry, refreshing finish with just a hint of tart apple flavor.
|Raspberry- With hints of sun-ripened raspberries and crisp apple flavors, this tasting-room exclusive will surprise and delight your taste buds.|
E. Z. Orchards- We have been orchardists since the 1920s when we began to grow Roman Beauty apples on the farm. When we began specifically producing cidre apples in 2000, the entire orchard was transformed around that intent and slowly took shape. Surrounding the orchards, the larger farm produces a wide variety of fruits that diversify the land and aid in the pollination process, including peaches, pears, and hazelnuts. Today, we grow a wide variety of heirloom cidre apples including French and English bittersweets, and American semi-sharps. In the Willamette Valley of Oregon where we farm, the ground is an ancient seabed full of rich and nutritious soil. With so much nutrition available to the trees, we have to suppress their vigor through pruning and selection to ensure that each apple receives the most intense nurturing for flavor and aromatics. We grow our apples with specific cidre blends in mind. As you walk the grounds, it becomes clear that it’s organized around specific cultivation and harvesting techniques, enabling us to manage a precise maturation on the tree that we improve with every year’s lessons.
|Mystrale- French Champagne style||Asturiana- Slightly tangy Spanish style||Southtown Scrumpy- Wild fermented English style|
|Abeille- Fermented with watermelon honey||Knee Drop Hop- Dry hopped with Citra hops||Emperium- Saison-style hopped|
Blue Mountain Cider Company- Our award-winning ciders are the result of meticulous blending, using a variety of apples from the Northwest and our own Valley. After beginning with the best fruit — the apples used to make hard cider are more closely related to wild crab apples than today’s fruit meant for eating — it is crushed in the cider’s mill. The resulting pulp, known as the pommage, is then pressed to produce juice. For hard cider, the product is transferred directly to fermentation vats or casks. In the case of dry cider, fermentation continues until all the sugar is converted to alcohol. Eventually, Blue Mountain Cidery juice is filtered and bottled and that’s when we add a dash of carbonation.
Double Mountain Brewery & Taproom- has been offering craft beer and great food in in the heart of downtown Hood River, since 2007. We currently make four year-round beers along with a wide and ever-changing variety of seasonals, one-offs, experiments, and labors of love. All of our beers feature Pilsner malt from Gambrinus Malting in British Columbia as the base ingredient, supplemented by various high-quality specialty malts and often copious amounts of hops.
Apricot- Our apricot cider combines the best fresh pressed pacific northwest apples and apricots. This cider has a rich apricot presence with a semi-sweet finish.
Table Rock Cider- Our Table Rock cider is bold and strong, full of fresh pressed apple character. This cider has a semi-sweet finish with notes of caramel.
|DryGulch Cider- Our DryGulch cider starts with fresh pressed pacific northwest apples, fermented dry and bulk aged at lagering temperatures. This traditional cider has a clean and crisp finish. |
Honeywood Winery- Oregon's Oldest Winery, 1933, a winery must be close to its source of ingredients, and so it is with Honeywood. Located in Salem, in the heart of Oregon’s great and fertile Willamette Valley, the winery is minutes away from some of the world’s finest vineyards, cane berry fields and fruit orchards. Honeywood is the oldest producing winery in Oregon. The winery produces a full line of premium vinifera wines and the most extensive listing of premium fruit and specialty wines.
Wholesome Apple- Semi Dry We love apples, but we don’t love sugar bombs. By pressing and fermenting this cider cold, we retained as much fresh fruit character without the cloying sweetness. Big, juicy, and fruit forward, you can dream of apple harvest without the sugar hangover.
|Marionberry- Semi Dry Massive quantities of marionberries are blended with a base of dry apple cider and left to age to perfection. Pouring a crystal clear magenta, this cider features Oregon’s tart, lip-smacking marionberry with a subtle fruit aroma, deep berry flavor and dry finish. |
Dank Hop- Semi Dry We added organic pineapples and a blend of Columbus, Centennial and Chinook hops to a base of dry apple cider. The melding of tropical pineapple and sticky, piney, super dank hops makes for a heady experience.
686 E Broadway St.
Cider Riot- is dedicated to producing high quality ciders from Cascadian grown apples. With tradition as our guide and our roots firmly planted in the rich soils of our bioregion, our urban cidery will produce refreshing, flavorful ciders. So why cider? As passionate as I am about beer and brewing, there is something magical about cider. Picking bittersweet apples in Alan Foster’s orchard at White Oak Cider on a clear autumn day. Traipsing through the wet woods of my family land in Yamhill to seek out wild seedling apples. These experiences ground me to the land. Cider challenges me, it inspires me, and there’s nothing quite like the dry tannic flavor of a well made cider. Raise a glass of Cider Riot cider and I think you’ll agree. Cheers!
|HUB Hard Cider- As brewers, we’ve had a lot of fun crafting HUB Hard Cider with the local bounty of Northwest orchards. Our cider is simple and delicious and we are proud to serve it alongside our organic beer. Sourced entirely from the Northwest. Proudly made from 60% organic apple juice concentrate and 40% fresh pressed apple juice. Semi-dry hard apple cider, straw colored with fresh apple aromas. Slightly tart with a Champagne-like acidity, HUB Hard Cider finishes slightly sweet and fruit-forward Naturally gluten-free.||CranPerry- is our newest year-round pear cider featuring fruit entirely from our home in the Pacific Northwest. The cranberry, sourced in part from fellow B Corporation Starvation Alley Farms on the coast of Washington, provides a thirst-quenching tart complexity that complements the semi-dry pear foundation.|
2944 SE Powell Blvd
249 Liberty St NE, Ste 140
|West Valley Cider- is made from old abandoned apple and quince trees from an area of the Western Willamette Valley called the "West Valley" near the town of Willamina. Dan's Biodynamic philosophies follow through in the crafting of this cider as the fermentation process was from native wild yeasts and adding nothing to the cider except the fruit itself. While the inspiration of the cider was the great ciders of the Asturias and Basque regions of Spain they are not Spanish but uniquely Oregonian.||2015 Wild Perry- Made from a mixture of foraged, wild pears found along forest’s edges and creek beds and pears harvested from 100 year old pear trees outside of Hood River, Oregon. Wild yeast fermented and funky, dry and tart but with some residual sweetness. Wild fermented and bottle conditioned.||2015 Little Apples- Made from all foraged crab apples fermented and aged in barrel for 10 months. A clean, (well, not that clean but clean for us!) bright cider, dry with a tannic edge. Wild fermented and bottle conditioned in the ancestral method, 96 cases produced|
|2015 Quince Cider- 100% quince keeved in concrete and aged and fermented in barrel for 10 months. Quince was an old homestead standby that was originally planted as a staple for jellies as it is naturally high in pectin. Although quince is in a renaissance, many older trees have not survived as they were no longer deemed useful. Since we forage for the fruit and it is rare, quantities are limited. This cider is as weird as the fruit is, floral and fruity yet dry and interesting. Wild yeast, bottle fermented, sugar added, 20 cases produced||2015 Symbiosis- 50% Johan Vineyards Gruner Veltliner 50% foraged apples, co-fermented on the gruner skins and fresh pressed apple juice for 26 days then aged in a 600L acacia barrel and one french oak barrique aged for 10 months. The Gruner brings weight and texture and the cider brings a crisp effervescence, creating a refreshing symbiosis. Wild fermented and bottle conditioned in the ancestral method, 104 cases produced|
2265 Hwy 35
PO Box 798
Hood River, Oregon
|Rimrock Odyssey- Dry, with a touch of organic sweetener and aged, it has a soft well rounded feel as well as a subtle complexity. Lightly carbonated. ||Rimrock Fudacious- A blend of Fuji, Golden Delicious and Granny Smith, back sweetened with a small amount of the juice used in its fermentation, Fudacious has a appley bouquet, a touch of tartness and a lively and highly refreshing feel. Lightly carbonated. ||Rimrock Cranberry- The same blend used in Fudacious, but back sweetened with a small amount of fresh Cranberry juice to give it a bright, crisp slightly more tart finish. Lightly carbonated. |
|Rimrock Huckleberry- A blend of fermented apple juice with the addition of fresh Huckleberry’s to create a refreshing Huckleberry finish. Lightly carbonated.||Rimrock Blackcurrant- A wonderful blend of Blackcurrant and apples to create a lightly carbonated combination with a easy finish.||Rimrock Pineapple- A fun blend of apples and pineapple that is lightly carbonated and is great with food or just sipping while relaxing.|
Forgotten Trail- not too sweet, not too dry, with a little fresh juice add back to give it a fruitier nose, and slightly sweeter mouth feel. Appearance is cloudy, carbonation is medium, ABV 5.6%
|Alice– Alice has quickly become a favorite of staff and customers at our original Brooklyn Neighborhood location. The cider is made entirely from estate grown Granny Smith apples. The result is a clean, crisp, tart cider that can appeal to just about any customer.|
Newburg Scrump- All apples in the Newberg Scrump are cider varieties, and were hand picked in an orchard near Newberg, OR. Every year the blend of apples varies depending on availability. The cider has no juice, sweeteners, or sulfites added. The nose is phenolic and appley. It has a big burst of fruit and a clean, dry finish. It is lightly carbonated and unfiltered, with a golden straw color that can range between hazy and cloudy in appearance.
|Gravenstein– 100% single varietal Oregon grown Gravenstein apples. Semi-sweet.||Wild Scarlet– 100% Scarlet Surprise apples sourced in Hood River, OR. Scarlet Surprise apples are a fantastic red flesh apple that impart a hint of rose color. We then allowed the cider to go through a wild fermentation creating a full bodied, dry cider with just a hint of sweetness.||Mountain Rose- A single varietal of Mountain Rose apples, a red fleshed apple, sourced from Parkdale, OR. No sugar, juice add back, or sulfites were added. The nose is sharp and appley. This cider is dry, with a hint of sweetness in the mid-palette, a pleasantly complex mouth-feel, and clean finish. It is unfiltered with a clear golden color with a hint of pink, and is lightly carbonated.|
Lemongrass Ginger– Back by popular demand, the Lemongrass Ginger is our dry base cider infused with fresh Lemongrass and Ginger. As always, there are no artificial flavorings or sugar added. Lemongrass adds a light, citrusy flavor nicely balanced by the Ginger.
|MacIntosh– 100% Macintosh single varietal sourced from Sauvie Island. We used white wine yeast and fermented the cider to dryness leaving no residual sugar. The Macintosh is juicy and full of sharp apple flavors with a dry finish.||Parkdale Gold– Made with Golden Ginger apples grown in Parkdale in the shadow of Mt Hood, this is a slightly sweeter, fruity cider with hints of oak and lemongrass. Unfiltered with a light straw color and dry finish.|
Golden Row Cider- Is Made From Nothing But Apples From Mt. View’s Row Of 100-Year-Old Apple Trees. Each Cider Blend Starts With A Base Of Apples Fresh-Pressed On Site In A Small-Craft Cidery To Achieve A Balance Of Sweetness, Tartness, And Dryness That Everyone Loves. After Fermentation, The Cider Is Back-Sweetened With More Fresh-Pressed Juice. Along With Having No Extra Sugar, Golden Row Is Naturally Gluten Free.
Stone Circle Farmhouse Dry Cider-
Mora Rosa- 6.5% ABV Also meaning the red berry. The Mora has an excellent combo of apples and raspberries with brilliant color and berry flavor. (Dry to Semi-Dry)
Fuzzy Haven- 6.2% ABV Named for everyone's favorite peach variety the Red Haven. It has great notes and flavor of peach mixed with apples. (Dry to Semi-Dry)
|Pyrus Perry- 5.8% ABV Last fall we selected a combination of winter and summer pears to create a seasonal delight. Known for its dry yet zesty pear notes. (Dry) |
Strawberry Rheum- 6.4% ABV A spring seasonal, rich with notes of Strawberries and made with the stalks of Rhubarb. Giving this cider a tart start with finishing notes of berries. (Semi-Dry Tart)
Brierberry- 6.3% ABV Created to delight most berry lovers. The Brierberry has wonderful flavors of Blackberries mixed with apples. (Dry to Semi-Dry)
|Sir Isaac- 6.2% ABV One of our flagship ciders, and now available in 22 fl oz bottles. The Sir Isaac is a well balanced cider with great notes to please traditional cider drinkers. (Semi-Dry) |
Rhuby- 6.2% ABV Strong character of Rhubarb brings a tart start to this cider. You'll find the finish backs off giving a unique flavor profile to this seasonal cider. (Dry, Tart)
|The Plummit- 6.5% ABV A new cider infused with notes of Santa Rosa plums and Italian Prunes. Strong at the start with an easy finish. A great choice for a summer and fall beverage. (Semi-Dry) ||The Docklands- 6.9% ABV Our Irish style cider. Made with a double fermentation ending with an Irish Ale. This European style is unique and not widely known yet through the U.S. (Dry) |
|The IHC (Imperial Hopped Cider)- 6.9% ABV We are in the Northwest and we love our hops here. We wanted to create a cider that not only cider drinkers would love but also beer lovers. This cider is rich in floral notes of hops with the cider toning down the bitterness. (Dry to Semi-Dry Hop) |
22900 SW Pittman Rd
1813 NE 2nd Ave
550 SW Industrial Way
2 Towns Ciderhouse and Traditions Cider- Based in Corvallis, Oregon, 2 Towns Ciderhouse is a local business established on friendship, quality and community. 2 Towns was founded by childhood friends Aaron Sarnoff Wood and Lee Larsen. Now grown and living in two seperate towns, Lee and Aaron have reunited over a shared passion for craft brewing and great hard cider. 2 Towns Ciderhouse is truly a micro craft cider production house. Traditions Ciderworks produces handmade artisan ciders using only locally sourced Oregon farm grown apples. Inspired by the creativity and flair of Pacific Northwest craft brewers and winemakers, we use time-honored traditions & our own unique style to create exceptional, premium ciders. From the heart of Oregon, near the banks of the Willamette River, Traditions Ciderworks is dedicated to bringing artisan cider out of the past and into the present.
The Oregon Mead & Cider Company- is a family-owned meadery and cidery in Portland, Oregon. Our award-winning dry, sparkling meads and ciders are naturally gluten free, and we treat our Pacific Northwest honey and apple juice with respect: we never boil, filter, or add sulfites.
McMenamins - currently has 24 breweries –- the newest located in Wilsonville, Oregon – opened in August 2011. Since our first brew at the Hillsdale Brewery & Public House in 1985, McMenamins has produced more than 62,000 batches. In 2012 our breweries collectively crafted 3172 batches of beer (including over 250 new and unusual house-specific recipes) more than 45,919 kegs of beer or an astounding 5.7 million pints! McMenamins Edgefield Winery has been producing hard cider since 1992. Relying on the bounty that the Columbia Gorge offers us, we work with a local cider house that sources apples from cold storage to obtain fresh pressed apple juice throughout the year. The apples pressed off for our cider are primarily a blend of Red Delicious, Golden Delicious (added for color), Granny Smith (for acidity), and Fuji, Galas, and Honey Crisp (to increase sweetness).
Baird & Dewar Farmhouse Cider- was started slowly and quietly as an extension of Zeb Dewar’s home cidermaking, with the intention of bringing traditional small-batch vintage English-style farmhouse cider to the northwest. Zeb has made cider for over 15 years, and has worked for over 8 years as a cellar hand, assistant winemaker, and harvest manager at premium Willamette Valley And Columbia Gorge wineries. He has been making cider from apples grown at Baird Family Orchard for more than six years. Trevor Baird is a highly regarded second generation farmer and fruit grower, whose peaches, cherries, and apples are used by many of Portland’s finest restaurants and breweries. It is our mission to grow and produce interesting, honest, subtle, traditional, and unique vintage ciders, with respect for the craft, the planet, and the people we work with, and to have fun doing it!
Apple Outlaw Original is our flagship cider. This sparkling, golden, semi-sweet cider has strong floral and fruity aromatics with a long finish. Just one taste and you’ll understand why the Bandit is wanted in every state.
|Rabid Dry- is for the experienced outlaw; its intense flavor so infectious, you’ll be left craving more. Apple aromas persist in this slightly acidic, dry cider, creating a bold flavor with no residual sweetness. This cider is made for the no-nonsense, straight-shooting rogue. ||Ginger Bite- spices up this band of Outlaws! Made with a delicious blend of apples and Peruvian yellow ginger at our family-owned orchard in the Applegate, Ginger Bite is bursting with apple aromas and the spicy zing of ginger. The combo packs a punch sure to reward your rebellious palate, should you be so adventurous.|
|Cranberry Jewel- Crafted with a festive blend of apples, cranberry, rose hips, and orange peel, Cranberry Jewel is bursting with holiday spirit. Tart cranberries and bright apple aromas come together in perfect harmony for this delightful cider; a gem that’s guaranteed to leave your taste buds merry! |
Hoppin' Holdup- is the result of a craft cider-meets-craft beer rule breaking union that perfectly balances citrus, floral, and tropical notes from a unique blend of hops with bright apple aromas.
Tangerine Twist- Expertly crafted with apples, tangerines, and hops, Tangerine Twist was made to revive tired taste buds. This hopped cider balances bold citrus flavors with floral aromas and crisp apple overtones.
Hood Valley Hard Cider Company- Our Cider company started as the vision of a group of friends who have years of experience making apple cider and beer. We are all world travelers who have sampled beers and ciders from as far away as Western and Eastern Europe, China, the Caribbean and Australia. We have refined our tastes and strive to make our product the truest, most traditional hard cider on the market. Never cloying nor too dry, it has a true apple cider flavor which we feel balances perfectly with it's moderately snappy carbonation.
6670 Trout Creek Ridge Rd,
Mt Hood, Oregon
60648 Barlow Trail
Bend, Oregon, Oregon
|Hawthorne Apple-||Morrison Double Hopped-|
|Broadway Cran-Pom-||Steel Black Cherry-|
14940 NW Gillihan Rd
|Dry Hard Apple Cider- The Pacific Northwest grows more apples than anywhere else in the country, so we make hard cider here. Our ciderworkers use only Cascadia-grown whole apples, never juice from concentrate. This is a true dry cider, made with the finest American dessert apples and crafted with Belgian beer yeast. Cloudy and golden colored, it is best served chilled, not ice cold. The next time you’re in Portland Oregon, stop by for a pint. Our Ciderworkers will be glad to share one with you.|
Hard Granny Smith Cider- Maria Ann "Granny" Smith planted her apple tree in 1868. We discovered that her namesake, when crafted with English ale yeast, makes a damn fine cider.
|Grapefruit Tangerine Cider- Cider with tangerine and grapefruit juices|
1313 NE Lombard Place
Hiyu Wine Farm- Hiyu is a 30 acre natural farm in the Hood River Valley. Guided by nature and inspired by ideas from biodynamics and permaculture we tend vines, raise animals, garden, cook and make wine to reveal an experience of place. The vines are planted in silt loam over basalt on a southeast facing hillside above the Hood River. Our site lies just 22 miles from the summit of Mt. Hood and the wines are shaped by the weather from the mountain. There are currently 14 acres in vine from which we make an average of 1100 cases annually.