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About Us

We are a locally owned and operated family run craft cidery. All of our artisanal ciders are produced and packaged on our orchard in the beautiful Okanagan. From dessert and heritage cider apples to cherry varietals, our fruit is harvested, pressed and fermented on site. We believe in farm fresh ingredients and a truly handcrafted product. All of our ciders are gluten free, sulphite free and contain no artificial flavours. Come visit us!



" Friendliest place around. Nothing like a nice country setting. They were closing soon and they said no problem, just stay as long as you want. The cider tasting was the best price ever. It helped me decide which cider to order for our sit down. I have been here a few times before & still love it here. The deck is a warm a friendly place to gather with friends. Samosas were the best I’ve ever had. My favourite cider flavour is “Pekoe”. Super knowledgeable, friendly, totally accommodating. "

- Carla L.

" Little establishment way out in the country. Feels like a mom and pop home business. Down to earth. The kind cidery you can't find in the city. Fabulous service, better cider. Worth the drive."

-Tyrone B. 

" Some of the best cider I've ever had! No added sugars, no sulphates, and nothing artificial! Look no further for some of the cleanest and freshest cider around. As well, the amazing non-alcoholic apple cider has a special place in my heart. Make sure you try it!"

-Tricia F. 

"Stayed in Coldstream and saw the sign for the "Cidery," so we checked it out. Great thing we stopped! As soon as we parked, the kids loved the old bulldozer in the parking lot. Once inside, we were greeted by very friendly staff. We ordered 2 flights, and the kids wanted the bath bombs made by a local artist.

Our host shared stories about the land and the Cidery products.

We didn't try the food, but I hear it's good!

Once our order was filled, we sat outside and enjoyed the view. The ciders were all really good.

I highly recommend visiting this little gem. You won't be disappointed. "













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