Cideries in Spokane

Not unlike Spokane’s craft beer scene, cideries have become a staple of Downtown Spokane and beyond, and a great opportunity for locals and visitors alike to support local farmers and businesses. 

Harvesting some of the finest apples and pears that can be found in the area, Liberty Ciderworks offers artisan, locally crafted ciders. If you’ve never tasted cider made from Dabinett, Kingston Black, and Golden Russet apples, this is the place that knows its varietals. Located in the heart of Downtown, it is in close vicinity to plenty of walkable restaurants and shops.

Not far away from Liberty Ciderworks you’ll find One Tree Cider House. They pride themselves on using  100% Washington apples in all of their house-made cider blends. Plus, if you’re into expanding  your horizons, they have 20 regional ciders on tap along with an appetizers and pizza menu with plenty of gluten-free options. Check their site before you go to see what’s on tap, new menu items, and which musical performers are slated to perform.

 

If you are looking to escape the city for the day, Twilight Cider Works offers fine-crafted ciders at its quaint location in Green Bluff, where the air and apples are crisp and refreshing. Twilight offers a full tasting calendar, giving patrons the opportunity to imbibe on excellent ciders made from locally-sourced apples year round. 

So whether you’re going out for a night on the town or out for a day on the farm, enjoy some of the tasty cideries that can be found in greater Spokane.

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