Not Your Standard Cider

4700 Ohio Ave S, Seattle, WA 98155
(206) 762-0490
info@seattlecidercompany.com

Hours
Tue-Th 3-9pm, Fri 3-10pm
Sat 1-10pm, Sun 1-6pm

For media inquiries, please contact caitlin@seattlecidercompany.com


  • Dry

    ABV: 6.5%

    Apples: Granny Smith, Fuji, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Gala

    Tasting Notes: One of the driest ciders on the market. The golden orange glow of this unique unfiltered cider lends way to notes of lilac, blood orange and green apple on the nose. Dry and pleasantly acidic, flavors of nectarine, under ripe peach and tart cherry hit the palate with no residual sweetness.

    NUTRITION FACTS: Calories: 180, Total Carb. 3g, Sugars 2g

    Food Pairings: Blue/Muenster cheese, rib eye steak, pork belly, prime rib and caramelized pear

    • Draft
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  • Semi Sweet

    ABV: 6.5%

    BRIX: 2.6

    Apples: Granny Smith, Fuji, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Gala

    Tasting Notes: A light, crisp cider with just a touch of sweetness. Honey in color with notes of bergamot orange, lemon and apple, this refreshing cider reveals hints of citrus and cinnamon on the palate.

    NUTRITION FACTS: Calories: 237, Total Carb. 17g, Sugars 11g

    Food Pairings: Cedar-plank salmon, fettuccine alfredo and cheeses including: Dubliner, Asiago, Parmesan and aged sharp cheddar

    • Draft
    • Cans
  • Citrus

    ABV: 6.5%

    BRIX: 1.3

    Apples: Granny Smith, Fuji, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Gala

    Tasting Notes: This refreshing cider is complemented by a bold citrus flavor from grapefruit, lemon, and orange peel, balanced by a subtle, medium-dry sweetness.

    Food Pairings: Grilled Chicken, Roasted Peppers, Ground Beef

    • Draft
    • Cans
  • Pumpkin Spice

    ABV: 6.9%

    BRIX: 2.6

    Apples: Granny Smith, Fuji, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Gala

    Tasting Notes: This semi-sweet cider is copper in color and perfect for fall. Fermented with cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, and cloves, it offers hints of the season's favorite spices followed by just a touch of pumpkin.

    NUTRITION FACTS: Calories: 218, Total Carb. 16g, Sugars 11g

    Food Pairings: Carrot Cake, Sharp Chedder, Pork Loin

    Availability: August - November

    • Draft
    • Cans
  • Oaked Maple

    ABV: 6.9%

    BRIX: 1.8

    Apples: Smith, Fuji, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Gala

    Tasting Notes: Fermented with toasted oak chips, this semi-sweet cider is back-sweetened with pure Vermont maple syrup. Offering notes of vanilla and oak with a hint of maple, this unique cider is the perfect accompaniment to chilly winter weather.

    NUTRITION FACTS: Calories: 227, Total Carb. 13g, Sugars 12g

    Availability: December - February

    • Draft
    • Cans
  • Basil Mint

    ABV: 6.9%

    BRIX: 1.8

    Apples: Smith, Fuji, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Gala

    Tasting Notes: Fermented with fresh basil and mint, this off-dry cider starts savory and floral, complemented perfectly by a tart, clean finish.

    NUTRITION FACTS: Calories: 203, Total Carb. 12g, Sugars 8g

    Availability: March - May

    • Draft
    • Cans
  • Berry

    ABV: 6.9%

    BRIX: 1.8

    Apples: Granny Smith, Fuji, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Gala

    Tasting Notes: Berry is crafted with locally grown raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries. Softly tart at the start, softly sweet on the finish, this cider is both accessible and full-flavored.

    NUTRITION FACTS: Calories: 199, Total Carb. 12g, Sugars 8g

    Food Pairings: Chèvre, Walnuts, Pancetta

    Availability: June - August

    • Draft
    • Cans
  • Three Pepper

    ABV: 6.9%

    BRIX: 2.6

    Apples: Granny Smith, Fuji, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Gala

    Tasting Notes: A small batch, limited edition cider available only at The Woods. Featuring an aroma of fresh, green jalapeños paired with a unique flavor profile, combining the taste of poblano, habanero and jalapeño peppers, this cider offers a kick followed by a subtly sweet finish. 

    Food Pairings: Burritos, fish tacos, chips & guacamole 

    • Draft
    • Bottles
  • Gin Botanical

    ABV: 6.5%

    BRIX: 1.8

    Apples: Granny Smith, Fuji, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Gala

    Tasting Notes: Fermented with spent gin botanicals from Batch 206 Distillery, our Gin Botanical is a semi-dry cider showcasing lemon, orange rind, juniper, cucumber and verbena. Like the spirit that inspired it, this cider is complex, clean, aromatic and refreshing.

    Food Pairings: Herbed Chicken, Fresh Melon, pickled ginger

    • Draft
    • Bottles
  • Perry

    ABV: 5.4%

    BRIX: 4

    Apples: Seckel, Starkrimson and Forelle pears

    Tasting Notes: Seckel, Starkrimson and Forelle pears combine to form a woodsy, acidic semi-sweet Perry with notes of brandy and candied pears.

    Availability: Released in May, limited availability

    • Bottles
  • Gravenstein Rosé

    ABV: 6.9%

    BRIX: 1.4

    Apples: Gravenstein

    Tasting Notes: For this full-bodied, aromatic and slightly tannic cider, we ferment fragrant and floral early-season Gravensteins, then age them in Petit Verdot barrels from our neighbor, Crucible Wines.

    Availability: Released in May, limited availability

    • Draft
    • Bottles
  • Washington Heirloom

    ABV: 6.6%

    BRIX: 1.2

    Apples: Newtown Pippin, Gravenstein, and Espopus Spitzenberg apples, in addition to ten varieties of French and English cider apples grown at the WSU Extension Campus

    Tasting Notes: Our 2014 Heirloom blend places acidity front and center, featuring Newtown Pippin, Gravenstein, and Espopus Spitzenberg apples, in addition to ten varieties of French and English cider apples grown at the WSU Extension Campus in Mount Vernon. Delicate, tart and perfectly nuanced, this unique cider begins with soft aromas of peach and black cherry. A mild dryness on the tongue carries with it notes of tangerine, cantaloupe, black cherry, sweet lime and tart green apple.

    Availability: Released in May, limited availability

    • Draft
    • Bottles

Not your standard cider.

Seattle Cider Company is Seattle’s first cidery since Prohibition, bringing true craft cider back to Seattle and across the country. Bridging the gap between wine and beer with flavorful, small-batch cider, Seattle Cider’s initial offerings – Dry and Semi-Sweet – break the mold of overly sweet cider, bringing the natural flavors of Washington apples to the forefront.

 

Cider Is Simple

Naturally gluten free and made from a custom blend of fresh pressed, locally grown Washington apples, Seattle Cider’s products are handcrafted with real ingredients, successfully distinguishing themselves from the mass market cider found in stores today.

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    We use a custom blend of fresh pressed Washington grown apples to create our cider.

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    A strain of white wine yeast is used to achieve Seattle Cider's unique flavor profile.

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    We use pure cane sugar - not artificial sweeteners or adjuncts - to achieve the perfectly subtle sweetness found in most of our ciders.

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    Real ingredients such as spices, pumpkin, raisins and more are introduced during fermentation to create unique seasonal ciders.

The Cider Process

Step 1: Picking & Pressing The Apples

Once ripe, apples are handpicked from orchards in Eastern Washington. Apples are ground into a pulp then pressed, creating a sugary juice called “must.”

Step 2: Fermentation

In order to eliminate unwanted wild yeast and bacteria, the must is treated with sulfites. After 24 hours, a cultured yeast can be safely pitched, commencing fermentation. Once all the sugars have converted into alcohol, leaving little to no residual sugar, fermentation is complete.

Step 3: Clarification

The cider is then run through a filter to help with clarification.

Step 4: Post-Fermentation

Now its time to carbonate and and at times, back sweeten. This is the process of adding sugar back into the cider. The amount of residual sugar in a cider is measured in Brix.

Step 5: Can, Bottle & Keg

Enjoy! Our ciders are packaged and sent off to be enjoyed. Find them in 16-ounce cans, 22-ounce bottles and on draft.

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Step 1: Picking & Pressing The Apples

Once ripe, apples are handpicked from orchards in Eastern Washington. Apples are ground into a pulp then pressed, creating a sugary juice called “must.”

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Step 2: Fermentation

In order to eliminate unwanted wild yeast and bacteria, the must is treated with sulfites. After 24 hours, a cultured yeast can be safely pitched, commencing fermentation. Once all the sugars have converted into alcohol, leaving little to no residual sugar, fermentation is complete. The yeast is harvested for future use.

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Step 3: Clarification

The cider is then run through a filter to help with clarification.

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Step 4: Post-Fermentation

Now its time to carbonate and and at times, back sweeten. This is the process of adding sugar back into the cider. The amount of residual sugar in a cider is measured in Brix. Once perfected, the cider ages in the tank for at least two weeks. 

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Step 5: Can, Bottle & Keg

Enjoy! Our ciders are packaged and sent off to be enjoyed throughout the Pacific Northwest. Find them in 16-ounce cans, 22-ounce bottles and on draft.

Community

Our Mission

Produce, package, sell, and promote the finest quality craft cider by cultivating a work environment of innovation and exploration.

Our Vision

Be a national leader in the transformation of the cider industry, admired for our dedication to real ingredients and original products.

Values

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    Be advocates for our community and our industry, promoting camaraderie and responsibility through intentional associations, partnerships, and participation.

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    Be dedicated to our consumers, distributors and accounts, providing superior and professional service, an approachable atmosphere, and accessibility to our products through education and enthusiasm.

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    Be the best version of ourselves—individually and collectively—by producing products we can be proud of, ongoing commitment to personal growth and learning, and reliability in all aspects of business.

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    Put employee wellbeing above all, providing a healthy, encouraging work environment where employees are able to flourish, share ideas, and benefit from a positive work/life balance.

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    As a promise to our customers and ourselves, always demonstrate bravery and ingenuity by pushing boundaries and striving toward true originality through our products.

Community Partners

We are honored to partner with a handful of organizations on an ongoing basis, supporting their efforts and helping champion their causes. Whether through donations or lending a helping hand, we strive to give back and support the city that continues to embrace and support us. A big thanks to our community partners for doing what they do to help build a more vibrant community.

Donations

Through donations, we strive to collaborate with nonprofit organizations who help support and foster our local community, the environment and the people who make up this amazing city.

Find Us In The Woods

The Woods tasting room – located in Seattle’s SoDo neighborhood at 4660 Ohio Ave S – is where visitors can sample and taste our unique, handcrafted ciders while seeing and sitting right where it all happens.

Shared with Two Beers Brewing, The Woods features 24 tap handles, seating for more than 150 people, a sun-filled outdoor patio, HD TVs for watching the game and games, including pool, shuffleboard and darts. Pull up a seat to our handcrafted bar and enjoy a great selection of pints and tasters, or grab cans and bottles to go. Hungry? Now located inside The Woods is the first brick-and-mortar location for Bread & Circuses, offering reimagined versions of bar favorites, plated and shareable items, and a rotating menu changing with the season. Please note, the tasting room is 21+ and dogs are always welcome.

Want to know what’s happening at The Woods? Make sure to ‘like’ us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and check out the blog for the latest news from The Woods.

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Find Us In The Wild

Our cider can be found on tap and in stores throughout the Pacific Northwest. Select a state from the map below to find out where!

YES INTERNATIONAL BISTRO

3801 Debarr Road

Alaska Liquor Store

633 Stedman Street

Alaska Wine Guy

3700 Old Seward Highway Suite 5

VALUE LIQUOR

7141 Jewel Lake Rd

BROWN JUG

2203 W Dimond Blvd #103

FRED MEYER

2000 W Dimond Blvd

FRED MEYER

2300 Abbott Rd

TABLE 6

3210 Denali St #8

Wine House At Huffman

1320 Huffman Park Dr #170

FRED MEYER

7701 Debarr Road

BROWN JUG

5400 E Northern Lights Blvd #276

BROWN JUG

1106 N Muldoon Rd, #110

BROWN JUG

9200 Old Seward Hwy

PHOnatik RESTAURANT

901 East Dimond Boulevard

FRED MEYER

1000 E Northern Lights Blvd

BROWN JUG

1203 West Northern Lights Blvd

Value Liquor

11580 Old Seward Hwy

Rustic Goat

2800 Turnagain Street

McGinley’s Pub

645 G St

Longbranch Saloon

1737 E. Dimond Blvd

La Bodega

530 Benson Blvd

Humpy’s Great Alaskan Ale House

610 West 6th Avenue

Goldrush Liquors

8601 Old Seward Hwy

Fat Ptarmigan

441 W 5th Ave

Brown Jug

3561 East Tudor Road

Brown Jug

8840 Old Seward Hwy

BROWN JUG

2101 Abbott Rd #11

Anchor Bar and Liquor

207 Breakwater Ave

Alaska Ship Supply

2029 Airport Beach Rd

Grand Aleutian Hotel

498 Salmon Way

Unisea Inn

185 Gilman Rd

BROWN JUG

11221 Old Glenn Hwy

Eagle River Ale House

11901 Old Glenn Hwy

Joint Base Elmendorf

BLDG 3829 Westover Ave

FRED MEYER

13401 Old Glenn Hwy

FRED MEYER

3755 Airport Way

BROWN JUG

559 Harold Bentley Avenue

Northern Vines

475 Riverstone Way

Brown Jug

559 Harold Bentley Ave

Silvertip Grill

221 Hightower St

LA BODEGA GIRDWOOD

194 Olympic Mountain Loop c107

SITZMARK BAR & GRILL

1000 Arlberg Avenue

Tazlina River Trading Post

111 Richardson Hwy

Fritz Creek General Store

55770 East End Rd

Kenny’s Liquor Market

621 W Willoughby Ave

Breeze In Grocery

5711 Concrete Way

THIBODEAUS VALLEY LIQUOR

9106 Mendenhall Mall Rd #J

The Rookery Cafe

111 Steward St

McGivney’s Sports Bar and Grill

9101 Mendenall Mall Rd.

Hangar on the Wharf

#2 Marine Way Ste 106

Breeze In Liquor

Mile 8 Old Glacier Hwy

Country Liquor

140 S Willow St

AC VALUE LIQUOR

908 Nome-Teller Hwy

Mc Peak’s Badger Store

771 Badger Rd

Oaken Keg

301 Santa Clause Lane

FRED MEYER

650 S Cobb St

ALASKA LIQUOR STORE

290 Second St

RED DIAMOND LIQUOR BARN

43335 K Beach Rd Ste 23

Fred Meyer

43843 Sterling Hwy

TSAINA LODGE (WINTER)

35 Richardson Hwy

BROWN JUG

2451 Sun Mountain Ave

Townsite Liquor & Video Rental

MI 69.5 Parks Hwy

moo creamery

4885 Truxtun Ave

BevMo!

10650 Stockdale Hwy

BEN LOMOND LIQUORS

9477 State Route 9

Big Sur Deli

47520 Highway 1

Robinwood Liquor & Market

5120 Robinwood Rd Ste A11

GORDON BIERSCH

145 S San Fernando Blvd

Spike’s Bottle Shop

1270 E 1st Ave

Brandy Wine Liquor

1655 Brandywine Ave #A

Hi-Time Wine Cellars

250 Ogle St

BevMo!

5717 Christie Ave

BevMo!

212 N El Camino Real

Holiday Wine Cellar

302 W Mission Ave

The Shanty

213 3rd St

Felton Liquors

6169 Hwy 9

BevMo!

7639 N Blackstone Ave

Mercury Lounge

5871 Hollister Ave

MAMA’S ON 39

21022 Beach Blvd,

Tap House Pizza

2525 S Hutchins St

BevMo!

6521 Pacific Coast Hwy

QANTA’S

380 WORLD WAY #4124 INTL TERM

HOTEL MDR

13480 Maxella Ave

Farmer Joe’s

3426 Fruitvale Ave

COOL HAND LUKE’S

1111 Riverside Ave Ste 201

BevMo!

5765 Johnson Dr

Gerrards Market

705 W Cypress Ave

LA BODEGA LIQUOR

3512 Central Ave

BevMo!

1900 N Davis Rd

Old Town Liquor & Deli

2304 San Diego Ave

IDAHO MARKET

2810 El Cajon Blvd #A

Clems Bottle House & Deli

4100 Adams Ave

Brian’s 24

828 6th Ave

Stones Throw

1896 Hyde St

K & D Market

3177 16th St

Empire Liquors

1859 Market St

4505 Burgers & BBQ

705 Divisadero St

Zanotto’s

1421 Foxworthy Ave

BevMo!

14800 Camden Ave

Homewood Suites San Jose

10 W Trimble Rd

BevMo!

1502 Froom Ranch Way

Highway Market

630 Nordahl Rd #C

The Liquor & Wine Grotto

1271 Coast Village Rd

Benchmark Eatery

1201 State St

ARLINGTON TAVERN

21 W Victoria St

Arch Rock

608 Anacapa St

Shopper’s Corner

622 Soquel Ave

RED RESTAURANT & BAR

1003 Cedar St

Lúpulo Craft Beer House

233 Cathcart St

Garden Liquors & Deli

1815 Soquel Dr

CUGINI’S PIZZERIA & TRATTORIA

230 E Betteravia Rd

SQUEEZE BURGER

856 Benjamin Holt Dr

Cosmopolitan Catering

1288 Reamwood Ave

BevMo!

1247 W El Camino Real

BevMo!

3808 S Mooney Blvd

Mixed Grain Korean Cuisine

1546 Bonanza St

BevMo!

2940 N Main St

Sunshine Liquor

34253 Yucaipa Blvd

Hoffman Heights Liquors

724 Peoria St

Serenity Ridge Liquors

25791 E Smoky Hill Rd

Gateway Liquor

3751 N Tower Rd

Boss Liquor

5781 E 128th Ave

287 Liquor Market

1140 US-287

High 5 Liquor

5095 W 120th Ave

B-J Liquors

4211 E Mississippi Ave

Tower Liquors

18611 E 48th Pl

Southmoor Wine & Spirits

3533 S Monaco Pkwy

Viejo Liquor

3935 Quebec St, Smith Rd

Fairfax Wine and Spirits

5100 E Colfax Ave

Marczyk Fine Foods

5100 E Colfax Ave

Mr B’s Wine & Spirits

2101 Market St #112

Argonaut Wine & Liquor

760 E Colfax Ave

Target

4301 E Virginia Ave

Bouzy Wine & Spirits

5910 S University Blvd

Two Angels Liquors

2589 South Lewis Way