Although cider was widely consumed in Canada's early days, cider apple trees were cut down en masse during prohibition in North America - back in the banjo era! Today, most cider in Canada is produced using table apples, which are good for making pies and apple juice, but don't have the flavor profile to make traditional cider. In 2018, we started planting our "Revival" Orchard with cider apples like Kingston Black, Yarlington Mill, and Dabinet. We use compost as fertilizer, mulch and organic mats for weed suppression, and other natural growing methods.

COVID UPDATE - July 2, 2020

STORE: We have a new walk-thru store window for bottle purchases. You no longer need to order online in advance; visit us Wednesdays and Fridays 3 to 7 pm, Saturdays 1 to 6 pm. Debit and credit only, no cash.


OUR PATIO: Our brand new patio is open Saturdays 1 to 6 pm, beginning July 4th. We look forward to serving you a glass of cider on the patio.

FARMERS' MARKET: We will be at the Uxbridge Farmer's Market every Sunday from 9 to 2 pm in The Second Wedge parking lot (14 Victoria Street).

(Now that we are past Stage 1 in Ontario, our online store is no longer active.)