Our Ciders

We invite you to discover the taste of the Champlain Valley and this beautiful place we call home.

Our Ciders

Our ORCHARD-MADE cider is crafted from fruit grown with a conscience, in beautiful and pristine Vermont. Our cidery is located at Champlain Orchards, a family-owned and ecologically-managed orchard overlooking Lake Champlain. Every single apple in our hard ciders is pressed, fermented, and crafted at our orchard. This makes for a quality, local product that is fresh, crisp and deliciously drinkable.

The Good Stuff

We produce a variety of ciders from the everyday drinking ciders in our core, to the unusual limited seasonal series, to our sophisticated Single-Varietal Estate Series, and are excited by new ideas and creativity when it comes to our recipes.

With a nod to the early days of the cider scene and an appreciation for innovation and creativity, we take traditional hard ciders and put our own modern Vermont spin on them.

Click on an image below to learn more about any specific cider.

Seasonal Series

Come and Go as the Seasons Change

Limited Releases

Estate Series

Available Whenever we have Something Special to Share

ICE CIDER

Made in the deep winter, when the conditions are just right — Liquid Gold!

Our Cider Awards

They really do grow on trees

Finger Lakes International Wine Competition
Silver — Sparkling Ice Cider
2013
Finger Lakes International Wine Competition
Gold - Ice Cider — Sparkling Ice Cider Silver - Ice Cider — Honeycrisp Ice Cider Silver — Pruner’s Pride, Pruner’s Promise Bronze — Foxboro Rose
2015
Great International Beer & Cider Competition
Bronze - Cider/Fruit — Honey Plum Bronze - Cider/Specialty — Mac & Maple
2015
We entered no competitions this year...whoops!
2017
Big E Cider & Perry Competition
Silver — Honeycrisp, Mac & Maple Bronze — Wickson, Somerset
2018
Cidercraft Magazine Awards
Judges Pick - Specialty Cider — Mac & Maple
2018
Big E Cider & Perry Competition
Best Vermont Cider — Mac & Maple Gold — Mac & Maple Silver — Foxboro Rose, Sidria, & Redfield Bronze — Farmstead, Honeycrisp
2019
Cidercraft Magazine Awards
Judges Pick - Specialty Cider — Mac & Maple
2020
Good Food Awards
Finalist — Ashmead’s Kernel
2012
Finger Lakes International Wine Competition
Bronze — Honeycrisp Ice Cider, Sparkling Ice Cider
2014
Vermont Cider Classic
Winner: Overall Best Cidery 1st Place - Individual Cider — Ginger & Spice
2015
Finger Lakes International Wine Competition
Silver — Honeycrisp Ice, Farmstead, Honeycrisp Bronze — Heirloom
2016
Great Lakes International Cider & Perry Competition
Gold - Specialty Cider — Murray Hill Bronze - Modern Dry Cider — Farmstead
2018
Great Lakes International Cider & Perry Competition
Silver - Traditional Dry Cider — Wickson, Redfield Silver - Fruit Cider — Sidria
2018
New York International Beer Competition
Gold - Fruit Cider — Sidria
2019
Great Lakes International Cider & Perry Competition
Double Gold/ 2nd Best In Class — Rose - Redfield Gold - Modern Dry Cider — Honeycrisp Gold - Specialty Cider — Foxboro Rose Silver - Specialty Cider — Mac & Maple Bronze - Heirloom Dry Cider — Wickson
2020
Good Food Awards
Winner — Redfield Winner — Honeycrisp
2021