AFC - Our Cider

Our Cider


Apple Falls Cider Company creates ciders that feature the true flavours of Prince Edward County.

Our cider is available for sale at Campbell's Orchards during their regular store hours.

Varieties


New!

Beekeeper

A crisp, off-dry cider with a hint of honey. Made with one half apples and the other half pears, this cider is the perfect blend of sweet and smooth. Now available in a 355 ml can!

Cider - 2016

Slowly fermented and aged since 2016. This is an advanced cider made from a French yeast and bottle conditioned until fully dry.

Perry - 2016

A beautiful, silver, sparkling perry solely made from Flemish Beauty and Bosc pears. Very fruit foward with exceptional aroma and taste. You haven't had a proper perry unless you've tried this.

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Heritage

Our Heritage variety is made with late-season apples like Northern Spys and Golden Russets. This provides a more full-bodied cider that sticks to your tongue. We also blended each of our Heritage varieties with Prince Edward County maple syrup.

Premiere

Premiere is a very simple, traditional, clean and easy drinking cider. This drink is apple-forward with green-apple tartness and notes of lemon. A staple in our lineup.

Hopped

We collaborated with our friends from Pyramid Ferments to come up with this unique blend of raspberry, hops, kombucha and cider. Light and refreshing, this cider comes in a 3.9% alc/vol. This new and innovative product is perfect for a guilt-free drink with lunch.

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Crush

A simple cider made with only Pioneer McIntosh apples and crushed strawberries from Campbell's Orchards. Sold in a 750ml bottle, this is the perfect drink to bring to social events and share with your friends!

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Premiere

Our first cider made of Campbellā€™s own Empire, Red Delicious, Brandywine Crabapple, Flemish Beauty and Bosc pears that make up the entirety of this cider. Categorized as traditional dry, English style cider with a fresh apple aroma followed by a juicy, ripe apple finish that makes it hard to resist.

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Heritage & Cherry

On a dark winter night, Colin Campbell was rummaging around in the cider house. In his clumsiness (he may have been sampling too much cider) he accidentally knocked a bucket of sour cherries into a batch of Heritage cider. The result was a delicious cider with a subtle hint of cherry tartness.