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Cider Making Process

The journey of making hard cider starts with carefully harvesting apples in autumn when they are perfectly ripe. The apples in Crow River Winery's cider are grown and harvested locally from Ashery Lane Farm. A diverse blend of apple varieties are chosen to create a well-balanced flavor. The apples are washed, sorted, pressed and juiced onside with our apple press. The juice undergoes fermentation to convert sugars to alcohol, ensuring the desired taste and characteristics. After fermentation, the cider is aged for complex flavors, filtered, carbonated, and canned for cider lovers to enjoy.

We have a variety of cider flavors available in cans in our Tasting Room as well as limited edition seasonal flavors. 

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