| Makers||Cider Styles||Makers||Cider Styles|
| 1. New York||93||408||26. Tennessee||7||45|
| 2. Michigan||91||385||27. Montana||7||38|
| 3. California||86||304||28. Maryland||6||48|
| 4. Washington||72||357||29. Delaware||5||8|
|5. Oregon||67||318||30. Georgia||4||18|
|6. Pennsylvania||47||219||31. Kansas||4||8|
|7. Massachusetts||29||95||32. New Jersey||4||7|
|8. Colorado||27||135||33. Arizona||4||7|
|9. Vermont||24||128||34. Alabama||4||4|
|10. Virginia||23||150||35. South Carolina||3||48|
|11. North Carolina||21||154||36. Utah||3||15|
|12. Ohio||19||84||37. North Dakota||3||13|
|13. Wisconsin||18||73||38. West Virginia||2||12|
|14. Minnesota||17||58||39. Washington D.C.||2||7|
|15. Maine||16||47||40. Hawaii||2||5|
|16. Indiana||14||55||41. South Dakota||2||3|
|17. Missouri||14||27||42. Kentucky||2||2|
|18. Florida||13||90||43. Oklahoma||1||15|
|19. Illinois||13||43||44. Nebraska||1||8|
|20. Texas||12||57||45. Arkansas||1||7|
|21. Connecticut||11||35||46. Alaska||1||7|
|22. New Hampshire||10||46||47. Louisiana||1||3|
|23. Iowa||8||34||48. Mississippi||1||3|
|24. New Mexico||8||33||49. Rhode Island||1||1|
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What is Cider/Cyder? Even though a favorite of our Founding Fathers, for many Americans the term cider or hard cider is foreign, or at best vaguely remembered as the sweet apple juice of our youth. Hard cyder/cider is a fermented alcoholic beverage pressed from a single-variety or blend of apples and/or other fruit. It presents in a full range of tastes to rival the finest wines and beers— from scrumpy to conditioned, dry to sweet, and from still to carbonated to méthode champenoise. It may be
from 2% ABV to 8.5% or more depending on the types of apple used and fermentation process. In some regions of Europe and America hard cider may also be called "apple wine” due to tradition or tax laws.
Our Story- in 2010 we were on a quest to locate a favorite hard cider in the USA. From that frustrating journey we learned that locating and purchasing the best Domestic and Imported cyders/ciders available in the USA is TOO HARD!! We then set out to create a site that would support both cider makers and cider drinkers to help them connect in their quest to provide and obtain the best ciders and related information- we have your answer, or will do our best to help you find it!
To that end, please explore the information subcategories found on the site navigation directory above, and highlighted below. If you don't find your answer here then please Contact us!
Inform Here you will find current references and news, and links to hard cider makers, supporters and aficionados from across the world, including:
USA Cider Maker Survey (last updated January 2018) with 15 Charts and Notes to highlight the recent explosive growth of the USA Cider Industry, with five new chart types added for such as use of organic fruit, heirloom apples and "rural vs. urban".
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fermented and aged at home in a 5-gallon glass carboy or in a farmer's 53-gallon whiskey barrels or in massive oak or stainless steel vats containing thousands of gallons. Cider varies in alcohol content