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.
Signs outside on the road.
A couple signs/instructions before you enter.
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.
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.
Bottles are in the $6.25 to $6.50 range. You save slightly when you buy a six pack.
You can buy fresh apples ($3.00/lb).
Apple chips but these weren’t cheap ($5.00 for 60g or $10.00 for 140g).
Didn’t love any of their ciders.
529 Fulford-Ganges Rd
Salt Spring Island