Our cider farm is located on land that has been stewarded for thousands of years by the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh people and we work from a place of gratitude and humility as we care for the biodiversity of the land. The 40 varietals of heritage fruit trees were lovingly planted by the previous owners with a cidery in mind, and we have enthusiastically moved forward with that vision, and expanded on it, with the intention of offering our community a beautiful space to connect, learn, and dream together. We have some rare perry pear trees, a large variety of semi-dwarf cider apple trees, plums, cherries, quince, and table apples too.
We make our cider from real ingredients, using time-honoured techniques. Our apples are 100% BC-grown, and we don’t use concentrates or artificial flavourings. We enjoy tried-and-true, old-school cider, and we also love to experiment with new approaches and flavours. We just want to make something delicious. That’s the whole point.