We make several styles of cider. Cider is made with apple juice. Most of our apples don’t produce enough sugar to ferment above 7% alcohol by volume. Our ciders blended with other fruit usually fall between 5 and 6.5% abv. The most common style of cider is carbonated and put into beer bottles. We also make still cider which is flat like wine but below 7% abv. We put this cider in 750ml wine bottles with a wine cork. The third style we make is Ice Cider. This cider is higher in alcohol and falls into the table wine category 10 to 14% abv. We bottle into 325ml wine bottles with a cork.


LaCrescent: Apple Village Liquor, LaCrescent Wine and Spirits, Sports Hub

LaCrosse: Festival Foods- Onalaska, Holmen, Copeland and State Road Root Note, Fayze’s, Del’s, People’s Food Co op, Waterfront, The Mint

Twin Cities: Sassy Spoon, Common Roots Café, Surdyk’s, Midway Liquor, BlackSheep (North Loop location)