Ciderworks

After checking out the Saturday farmers market, we decided to visit a few spots around the island. First up on the itinerary was Ciderworks. They’re a family run cidery that specializes in dry, 100% certified organic ciders.

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Signs outside on the road.

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A couple signs/instructions before you enter.

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We dropped in on a Saturday afternoon (around 2:30pm). They have tables outside (in the back) with a sweet view but you can also walk down and sit in the orchard yard. Only thing is it’s very, very slanty.

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They had 8 ciders on the menu but only 7 that you could try in a flight (flight options were $9.00 for 3, or $17.00 for 7). Most of their ciders are in the very dry to medium dry category. There’s also a small snack menu.

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Bottles are in the $6.25 to $6.50 range. You save slightly when you buy a six pack.

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You can buy fresh apples ($3.00/lb).

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Apple chips but these weren’t cheap ($5.00 for 60g or $10.00 for 140g).

2x Flight ($9.00 for 3)
DSC02301We opted for the original, firkin and sky blue. Honestly, there wasn’t much difference between the three that we tried. Then again, we aren’t the biggest fans of dry ciders.

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Didn’t love any of their ciders.

Ciderworks
https://www.saltspringapplecompany.com/ciderworks
529 Fulford-Ganges Rd
Salt Spring Island
(250) 538-2197