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We invite you to discover the taste of the Champlain Valley and this beautiful place we call home.
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.
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.
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Made in the deep winter, when the conditions are just right — Liquid Gold!
They really do grow on trees
We are farmers and fermenters. We graft love and ingenuity with timeless tradition to craft ciders that harness the full potential of our audacious apples. Discover the taste of this stunning place we call home.
Enjoy a taste of vermont in a can! We blend our sharp McIntosh apples with pure VT maple syrup. The perfect companion for warm weather adventures and chilly campfire nights. We donate 3.5% of Mac & Maple proceeds to 350VT.ORG to help protect VT agriculture and mitigate the effects of climate change.
This single varietal Honeycrisp cider is delicate and crisp, so we call it an apple champagne. With floral notes and an apple forward finish, this refreshing dry cider is perfect for evert occasion.
This winter warmer is a blend of our hard cider and fresh pear juice with a hearty dose of organic ginger. A wonderful addition to your holiday table or alpine adventure.