Our Line Up

We see apples as “America’s fruit”. We have state flowers and national birds, why not an honor for our favorite produce? They have been around since the beginning of time and have long been a fixture in American life. Because they are part of our fabric, we believe they deserve their time in the sun. The sheer number of apple varieties and flavors make this core ingredient a playground of imagination for us.

Today, hard cider is a far cry from what it used to be. To start, we select the Northwest’s best organically grown apples hand picked in small batches. Because organic fruit is smaller and has a much more intense flavor, we are starting with the apple world’s version of liquid gold. On top of that, we never pollute this perfection with sulfites, concentrates, added sugar or preservatives. The result is simply better. Much better.

Available in three surprisingly distinct flavors, apple, bourbon and pear, they’re our children. Intense labors of love. We, naturally, can’t pick a favorite. That’s your job.

The Hatchet

The Hatchet
Apple

Organic apples work harder to make it through the growing season. They’re smaller, and much more expensive, but they give us the intensity we crave. As our accountant winces, we hope you’ll smile.

The Pitchfork

The Pitchfork
Pear

Pear cider? Sure, but only if it starts with fresh, bright apples. Apple integrity + pear personality = crisp, ripe and creamy.

The Anvil

The Anvil
Bourbon

When we spiked an organic apple cider blend with our proprietary barrel-proof bourbon flavor, we knew we found the sweet spot. Is this smoky enough for you?

Our Line Up

We see apples as “America’s fruit”. We have state flowers and national birds, why not an honor for our favorite produce? They have been around since the beginning of time and have long been a fixture in American life. Because they are part of our fabric, we believe they deserve their time in the sun. The sheer number of apple varieties and flavors make this core ingredient a playground of imagination for us.

Today, hard cider is a far cry from what it used to be. To start, we select the Northwest’s best organically grown apples hand picked in small batches. Because organic fruit is smaller and has a much more intense flavor, we are starting with the apple world’s version of liquid gold. On top of that, we never pollute this perfection with sulfites, concentrates, added sugar or preservatives. The result is simply better. Much better.

Available in three surprisingly distinct flavors, apple, bourbon and pear, they’re our children. Intense labors of love. We, naturally, can’t pick a favorite. That’s your job.

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The Hatchet
Apple

Organic apples work harder to make it through the growing season. They’re smaller, and much more expensive, but they give us the intensity we crave. As our accountant winces, we hope you’ll smile.

The Pitchfork
Pear

Pear cider? Sure, but only if it starts with fresh, bright apples. Apple integrity + pear personality = crisp, ripe and creamy.

The Anvil
Bourbon

When we spiked an organic apple cider blend with our proprietary barrel-proof bourbon flavor, we knew we found the sweet spot. Is this smoky enough for you?

Limited Run

Following the launch of The Pitchfork, Anvil and Hatchet, father and son team, David and Robert, are using their very different, but complementary skills once again to create Sonoma Cider’s Limited Run Series.

These unique, sometimes off-the-wall blends are really Robert’s baby – reflecting his creativity and inventive style. And as the name implies, these ciders are only available until we run out.  If you don’t get in line fast enough to get the latest, take comfort – we’re working on more cool flavors as we speak.

The Washboard

The Washboard
Sarsaparilla Vanilla

Rootbeer was one of Robert’s first loves. Inventing stuff was another. At age 11, he created his own imaginary beverage company called “The California Boys Rootbeer Company”, and even designed the labels for it. Fast-forward almost 20 years, and Robert’s idea is back, but all grown up. Maybe The Washboard symbolizes father and son’s lifelong passion for beverages, but the simpler truth is Robert remembered back to his 11-year-old self and said, “Why not?”

Limited Run

Following the launch of The Pitchfork, Anvil and Hatchet, father and son team, David and Robert, are using their very different, but complementary skills once again to create Sonoma Cider’s Limited Run Series.

These unique, sometimes off-the-wall blends are really Robert’s baby – reflecting his creativity and inventive style. And as the name implies, these ciders are only available until we run out.  If you don’t get in line fast enough to get the latest, take comfort – we’re working on more cool flavors as we speak.

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The Washboard
Sarsaparilla Vanilla

Rootbeer was one of Robert’s first loves. Inventing stuff was another. At age 11, he created his own imaginary beverage company called “The California Boys Rootbeer Company”, and even designed the labels for it. Fast-forward almost 20 years, and Robert’s idea is back, but all grown up. Maybe The Washboard symbolizes father and son’s lifelong passion for beverages, but the simpler truth is Robert remembered back to his 11-year-old self and said, “Why not?”