Peach County

Price: $0.44/ozABV: 5%

The ice chill of the bottle smiles at the heat of the day. Thirst quenching apple and ripe fuzzy peach collide in a fantasy blend. Crank up the piano keys. Dance if you want to. When summer breezes soar under the light of a crescent moon, this is your party.

Pineapple Craft Cider

Price: $0.59/ozABV: 5%

Inspired by the House Family’s annual visit to the beautiful Hawaiian Islands our Pineapple cider is an ideal drink for tropical hot and humid climates. Our signature drink the Hawaii 5-0 is a mix of Ace Pineapple cider, coconut rum, ice and a garnish of fresh pineapple. This original cider is perfect for a backyard BBQ, or Bacon dishes.

Hops & Berry Cider

Price: $0.57/ozABV: 6.9%

Hops & Berries. Blended with hops, blackberries and apples.

Post Apple Dry Craft Cider

Price: $0.44/ozABV: 6.9%

Dry and crisp with a refreshingly clean finish. This cider is all about the apples. Crafted from an ever-changing mix of culinary and cider apple varieties, Post Apple has no added sweetness. If you are into dry ciders, this one is for you. When we aren’t working in the cidery or out in the orchard, this cider is the one that we enjoy most when we kick back and put our feet up. For us, Post Apple tastes like an accomplishment in a bottle!

Dragonfruit Cider

Price: $0.56/ozABV: 6%

A long time ago when dragons roamed the land, soldiers were sent out to bring back one thing for their emperor - the prized Dragon Fruit. NW apples, dragonfruit, and raspberries combine in this fruit-forward off-dry cider. The dragonfruits cactus like neon-magenta skin and lime green scales very closely resemble the flesh of a mythical dragon. It is believed that those who feast on the flesh, which has a mild kiwi / sorbet like flavor, will be endowed with the strength and ferocity of the dragon. Side effects might include breathing fire and other unknowns.

Black Apple Cider

Price: $0.56/ozABV: 6.2%

Oregon has a state flag, song, flower, and this my friends is our nomination for a state cider. A deep hue of purple fills the glass as we took zero short-cutes with this fine blend of blackberries and black currants. The tartness of the blackberries is rounded out by the complex characteristics of the black currant. Filled with tannins the cider leaves a delightful dry and rich finish. Cheers to northwest berries.

Strawberry Rhubarb Cider

Price: $0.57/ozABV: 6.9%

A blend of Strawberry, Rhubarb and Apples This cider is semi-sweet, tart and tangy, with a strawberry aroma and just the right amount of rhubarb bite. Made from locally harvested rhubarb, strawberries and our ND blend of apples, Strawberry Rhubarb will make you think you are eating your favorite summertime pie.

Raspberry Smash

Price: $0.44/ozABV: 5%

Apple-Raspberry Hard Cider. Your first taste breaks into a thirsty grin. Taste number two confirms the first. One more taste, and positive vibes roar. Raspberry Smash is for those who get it. Wild nights. Refreshing winds sweeping under your feet a blast of fresh raspberries colliding with sweet apples in a rarely seen big time blend. Fun is calling.

Sauce Box Sour

Price: $0.44/ozABV: 3.7%

Traditional German sour ale. Brewed with wheat for a light body, and tart, crisp flavor. Served with choice of one house syrup: Raspberry / Baby's Breath / Blueberry.

Lucy Session Sour

Price: $0.59/ozABV: 4.2%

Lively, spirited, and complex, Lucy Session Sour Ale is the latest labor of love from our Head Brewer Josh Bischoff. A tribute to his daughter of the same name, Lucy was a stubborn beer to make — sour, sassy, and unpredictable — but then again, nothing worth doing comes easy. Light in body with lush tropical fruit notes and a tart, citrusy finish, our session sour is brewed with lemongrass, orange peel and passion fruit. Sip after sip, let Lucy win you over.

Red Dwarf Sour Ale

Price: $0.57/ozABV: 5%

We ferment this sour ale with loads of raspberries for a pleasant, dry finish and a beautiful berry punch. Winner of the 2017 Muddy River Mashers Oktoberfest Two Track challenge, this beer is a collaboration with local homebrewers Brooke Morgan and Travis Booth.