Estate grown apples blended to create the finest hard cider.
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Fermenting Tanks

Fermenting Tanks

Stainless steel tanks are used for fermenting the apple juice into hard cider. Between the tank’s double walls, cold water is circulated to maintain an ideal cool temperature for the yeast to ferment the juice into hard cider. The ideal fermenting temperature maintains the highest essence and flavors in the hard cider. After fermentation the cider is transferred to an empty stainless steel tank and allowed to age before bottling.

Day Tanks

Day Tanks

After pressing the apples the juice is held in these Apollo Flex Tanks (aka, “eggs”) where it is immediately chilled and allowed to settle out solids overnight. The chilled and settled out juice is then pumped to fermentation tanks leaving behind the settled solids.

Bright Tanks

Bright Tanks

After the cider is fermented and slowly aged this bright tank is used to lightly carbonate the cider just before bottling. The light carbonation brings out the flavors and adds to the fressness of the drink.

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