Cider Houses in Annapolis Valley
Nova Scotia and the Annapolis Valley have seen an explosion of craft breweries, cideries, and distilleries in the last few years. Not unlike wine, our craft ciders reflect the terroir and heritage of our region. The Annapolis Valley is know worldwide as a first class apple producer. With the unique varieties of apples, local cider producers have created a new series of ciders to compete and set new standards of tasting.
- Annapolis Cider Company
- Wild Wines and Spirits
- Elderkin’s Farm Market
- L’Acadie Vineyards
- Maritime Express Cider Company
- Meander River Farm & Brewery
- Moonrise Ridge
- Shipbuilders Cider
Cider Houses in Eastern Shore & Halifax Region
There’s a new drink in town! Cider has been having a moment the last couple of years and it’s led to a boom in local Nova Scotia cider production and even the opening of several new cideries right in the city of Halifax. These five new Cider Houses are opening their doors for you to come and taste what Nova Scotia has to offer against Craft Breweries. Great competition only make you better!
- Bulwark Cider House
- Chainyard Urban Cidery
- Chill Street Craft Beverage
- Lake City Cider House
- Sourwood Cider
Cider Houses in the Northumberland Shore & Truro Region
Ciders are one of the most popular alcoholic drinks in the world and they are quickly becoming a popular choice in Canada too. Often seen as an alternative to beer, its production actually has more in common with wine. Regardless of its history or how it’s made, people are turning to cider more and more as a fantastic alternative to the usual wine, beer, or spirits. Currently Malagash Cidery is the only cider house on the Northumberland Shore but we should expect more in the near future. While “No Boats on Sunday” does not have a direct store front their product is shipped across Canada and available at many Provincial pubs and restaurants.
- Malagash Cidery
- No Boasts on Sunday