The last pitstop before we were on our merry way home was at Truck 59 Ciderhouse. We came specifically for their raspberry pear (which we discovered at BC Cider Fest).
Smallest sign along the street.
Stoked Embers Wood Fired Pizza is on site.
Their pizzas are not cheap. $17.00 for a cheese pizza?!?!
We dropped in on a Sunday afternoon (around 12:15pm). The firetruck theme is all over the place; there’s even a real miniaturized version at the entrance.
The space itself is huge, especially their outdoor picnic seating area.
Gorgeous view and a few outdoor/camping games (Yardzee, Jenga and ladder toss) to entertain you.
Tastings are $3.00/person and get you two samples. Otherwise, you can get a flight ($9.99 for 4).
Tasting fee is waived if you buy at least 3 bottles. Cans and bottle prices are in the $3.49 to $8.49 range.
Small table of merchandise.
Closeup of prices.
Glassware ($6.99 for cider glass and $5.99 for tasting glass) is one of the cheapest we’ve seen.
They even have a non-alcoholic apple that looked good.
This is delicious; refreshing and quaffable. Our favourite flavour that they offer.
We bought a couple bottles ($7.99).
Cherry ‘n’ apple
This is the other cider that we enjoyed; bright, bold cherry flavour. We bought a bottle ($7.49) as well to bring home.
Raspberry hibiscus – this was better than when we first tried it at Cider Fest. More floral and hibiscus flavour was much more prominent.
Bourbon blackberry – this is one of their barrel aged ciders.
Jamaican rum plum – their other barrel aged option.
Slightly drier. Didn’t love it.
A friend brought us one back to try when they visited. Not much flavour to this one.
It’s all about the raspberry perry from Truck 59.
Truck 59 Ciderhouse
3887 Brown Road
West Kelowna, BC