Not Your Standard Cider

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

Hours
Tuesday - Friday 3-8 pm
Saturday & Sunday 1-6 pm

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Not your standard cider.

Seattle Cider Company is the city’s first cidery since prohibition, bringing true craft cider back to Seattle. 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 apples, Seattle Cider’s products are handcrafted with all natural 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 strand of English ale 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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    All natural flavors 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. The yeast is harvested for future use.

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. Once perfected, the cider ages in the tank for at least two weeks. 

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.

Seattle Cider Company

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.”

Seattle Cider Company

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.

Seattle Cider Company

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.

Find Us In The Woods

The Woods tasting room – located in Seattle’s SoDo neighborhood at 4700 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 seventeen tap handles, six growler filling stations, seating for 97 people, a sun-filled outdoor patio and HD TVs for watching the game. Pull up a seat to our handcrafted bar and enjoy a great selection of pints and tasters, or grab cans and bottles to go. While we don’t have a kitchen, we do offer pretzels as well as gluten-free and regular pizzas for purchase, and encourage you to bring in your own food to enjoy with a pint.

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!

Brown Jug

8840 Old Seward Hwy

907-522-9544

Brown Jug

3561 East Tudor Road

907-562-2359

Fat Ptarmigan

441 W 5th Ave

907-777-7710

Goldrush Liquors

8601 Old Seward Hwy

907-344-2200

Humpy's Great Alaskan Ale House

610 West 6th Avenue

907-276-2337

La Bodega

530 Benson Blvd

907-569-3800

Longbranch Saloon

1737 E. Dimond Blvd

907-349-4142

McGinley's Pub

645 G St

907-279-1782

Rustic Goat

2800 Turnagain Street

907-334-8100

Value Liquor

11580 Old Seward Hwy

907-349-3712

Anchor Bar and Liquor

207 Breakwater Ave

907-424-3262

Breeze In Liquor

Mile 8 Old Glacier Hwy

907-789-7878

Hangar on the Wharf

#2 Marine Way Ste 106

907-586-5018

McGivney's Sports Bar and Grill

9101 Mendenall Mall Rd.

907-789-0501

The Rookery Cafe

111 Steward St

907-463-3013

Unisea Inn

185 Gilman Rd

907-581-1325

Grand Aleutian Hotel

498 Salmon Way

907-581-3844

Brown Jug

559 Harold Bentley Ave

907-456-3833

Northern Vines

475 Riverstone Way

907-455-9463

Oaken Keg

301 Santa Clause Lane

907-488-6015

Bailey's Taproom

213 SW Broadway Downtown Portland

503-295-1004

Belmont Station

4500 SE Stark

503-232-8538

Bushwhacker Cider

1212D SE Powell Blvd.

503-445-0577

Horse Brass Pub

4534 SE Belmont St

503-232-2202

Imperial Bottle Shop

3090 SE Division St

971-302-6899

John's Market

3535 SW Multnomah Blvd

503-244-2617

Laurelhurst Theater

2735 E Burnside

503-238-4088

O'Malley's

6535 SE Foster

503-777-0495

Sheridan Fruit Co.

409 Southeast Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard

503-236-2114

Tabor Tavern

5325 E Burnside

503-208-3544

The Green Dragon

928 SE 9th Ave, Portland

503-517-0660

The Hop and Vine

1914 N Killingsworth St

503-954-3322

The Triple Lindy

1000 NW 17th Ave.

971-266-8499

Tin Bucket

3520 N. Williams Ave.

503-477-7689

Woodstock Wine and Deli

4030 SE Woodstock Blvd

503-777-2208

Whole Foods Market Fremont

3535 15th Ave

503-288-3414

Whole Foods Market Laurelhurst

2825 E Burnside St

503-232-6601

Whole Foods Market Tanasbourne

19440 NW Cornell Rd

503-645-9200

Uptown Market

6620 SW Scholls Ferry Road

503-336-4783

Total Wine & More

699 120th Ave NE

425-454-1317

Copper Hog

1327 N State St

360-927-7888

Elizabeth Station

1400 W Holly St

360-733-8982

Green Frog

1015 N State St

Up & Up Tavern

1234 N State St

360-733-9739

99 Bottles

35002 Pacific Hwy S

253-838-2558

Seven Seas

3006 Judson Street, Suite #110

253-514-8129

The Hub

1208 26th Ave NW

253-853-1585

Floatation Device Pub & Grill

14511 Sherman Dr, NW

Green House

4793 Point Fosdick Drive NW

253-514-6482

The Lake Trail Taproom

7324 NE 175th St

425-424-2337

Airways Brewing Beer & Bistro

320 W Harrison St

253-236-8632

Duke's Chowder House Kent

240 W Kent Station St

253-850-6333

Special Brews

14608 Hwy 99

425-741-7049

Total Wine & More

2701 184th St SW

425-640-4510

Whole Foods Lynnwood

2800 SW 196th St

425-775-1320

Roanoke Inn

1825 72nd Ave SE

206-232-0800

Empire Alehouse

314 W Gates St

360-336-9944

Eastside Club Tavern

410 E. 4th Ave

360-357-9985

Gravity Beer Market

1001 4th Ave E

360-352-5107

Skep & Skein Tavern

2106 Harrison Ave NW

360-292-4400

Southbay Dickerson's BBQ

619 Legion Way SE

360-943-6900

Total Wine & More

625 Black Lake Blvd SW

360-786-5006

Pourhouse

2231 Washington St

360-379-5586

Marina Market

18882 Front St NE

360-779-8430

Malt & Vine

16851 Redmond Way

425-881-6461

Dog and Pony Ale House

351 Park Avenue North

425-254-8080

Bad Albert's Tap and Grill

5100 Ballard Ave NW

206-789-2000

Ballard Loft

5105 Ballard Ave NW

206-420-2737

Ballard Market

1400 NW 56th St

206-783-7922

Ballard Station Public House

2236 NW Market St

206-906-9040

Barking Dog Ale House

705 NW 70th St

206-782-2974

Beer Junction

4511 California Ave SW

206-938-2337

Beveridge Place Pub

6413 California Ave SW

206-932-9906

Brouwer's Café

400 N 35th St

400 N 35th S

Capitol Cider

818 E Pike St

206-397-3564

Chuck's Hop Shop

656 NW 85th St

206-297-6212

Conor Byrne

5140 Ballard Ave NW

206-784-3640

Deluxe Bar & Grill

625 Broadway E

206-324-9697

Downtown Spirits

2300 7th Ave

206-812-6591

Duke's Chowder House

7850 Greenlake Dr N

206-522-4908

Duke's Chowder House Alki

2516 Alki Ave SW

206-937-6100

Duke's Chowder House Lake Union

901 Fairview Ave N

206-382-9963

Elliott Bay Public House & Brewery

12537 Lake City Way NE

206-365-2337

Full Throttle Bottles

5909 Airport Way S

206-763-2079

Hi-Life

5425 Russell Ave NW

206-784-7272

Hopvine Pub

507 15th Ave E

206-328-3120

Ivar's Salmon House

401 NE Northlake Way

206-632-0767

Joe Bar

810 E Roy St

206-324-0407

Latona Pub

6423 Latona Ave NE

206-525-2238

Linda's Tavern

707 E. Pine St

206-325-1220

Locol

7902 35th Ave SW

206-708-7725

LTD Bar & Grill

309 N 36th St

206-632-7876

Metropolitan Market Sand Point

5250 40th Ave NE

206-938-6600

Metropolitan Market Uptown

100 Mercer Street

206-213-0778

Metropolitan Market West Seattle

2320 42nd Ave SW

206-937-0551

Montlake Alehouse

2307 24th Ave E

206-726-5968

Mulleady's Irish Pub

3055 21st Ave W

206-283-8843

Naked City

8564 Greenwood Ave N

206-838-6299

Olaf's

6301 24th Ave NW

206-297-6122

Pine Box

1600 Melrose Ave

206-588-0375

Proletariat Pizza

9622 16th Ave SW

206-432-9765

The Sixgill

3417 Evanston Ave N

206-466-2846

Super Deli & Grocery

9051 35th Ave SW

206-937-1442

Tin Hat

512 NW 65th St

206-782-2770

Uber Tavern

7517 Aurora Ave N

206-782-2337

Whole Foods Interbay

2001 15th Avenue W

206-352-5440

Whole Foods Interbay

2001 15th Ave W

206-352-5440

Whole Foods Roosevelt

1026 NE 64th St

206-985-1500

Whole Foods Westlake

2200 Westlake Ave

206-621-9700

Ray Gun Lounge

501 E. Pine Street

206-812-2521

Central Co-Op

1600 E.Madison St

206-329-1545

Duke's Chowder House Tacoma

3327 Ruston Way

253-752-5444

Pint Defiance

2049 Mildred St W

253-302-4240

Tacoma Boys

5602 6th Ave

253-756-0902

The Broken Spoke

1014 Martin Luther King Jr Way

253-219-7746

The Parkway

313 N I St

253-383-8748

The Redhot

2914 6th Ave

253-779-0229

The Eleven Eleven

1111 S 11th St

253-284-1111

Stink

628 St Helens Ave

253-426-1347

Tacoma Food Co-Op

3002 6th Ave

253-627-3344

The Mix

635 St Helens Ave

253-383-4327

Top of Tacoma

3529 McKinley Ave E

253-272-1502

Duke's Chowder House Southcenter

757 Southcenter Mall

206-243-5200

Total Wine & More

300 Andover Park W

206-575-6280


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