Sin Eater Ciders has become a fun additional pursuit for us.  In our fourth year of production, we still source our apples from Filigreen Farm,  a favorite grower in the Valley, where Chris and Stephanie tend heirloom and heritage varieties on their Demeter-certified biodynamic farm.  We have also been gifted apples and quince from private, non-certified organic orchards, and from wild and abandoned apple trees.  Thank you, folks!

Our ciders are unfiltered, small batch, and are made from a blend of varietals.  All ciders are made with spontaneous yeast fermentation and are unfined.  There are no preservatives added to our ciders.

This year, we made 5 ciders.  

We continue to produce our Traditional Cider, which has a blend of heirloom and wild apples, all picked from Ornbaun Road in Anderson Valley. 

Our Dry Hop cider is co-fermented with a very unique hops, Gargoyle, which hails from Sonoma County.  This hops imparts unique Mango and Citrus notes to the blend of Gravenstein and Sierra Beauty apples.  Its a beer lover's cider.  

We have been expanding our copressings this year, and have 3 delicious hybrids, all made with apples, co-pressed with grape pomace  left over from the morning pressing of grapes (to make wine...).  A unique hybrid of both components, they are incredibly refreshing and unique.   In all three, we used a blend of heirloom apples from Filigreen Farm.  Our copressed offerings are Sauvignon Blanc/Apple cider blend, Gewurtztraiminer/Apple Cider blend and Pinot Noir/Apple Cider blend.  Try them all! 

Try our ciders on tap at theYorkville Market.

Cider in 500 ML bottles is now available at El Cerrito Natural Grocery Annex, Gather, Northbrae Bottle Shop, The Bewildered PigVintage Berkeley-Vine and Elmwood, Anderson Valley Market, Albion Grocery, Cafe Beaujolais, Good Earth Market, Lemon's Market, Noyo Harbor Inn, Solano Cellars, Fog Eater Cafe, and The Elk Store.