6 B.C. craft cideries worth a sip
Being at the epicentre of apple production in Canada, it's only natural that the Okanagan has its fair share of cider-producing businesses. About two years ago, BC Tree Fruits came up with a creative (and refreshing) idea for how to use all of the "ugly" stone fruit that aren't pretty enough for a grocery store's produce section: make cider. The result is a trio of ciders: one dry, one slightly sweeter and blended with pear and a hopped variety. You can find them in tall-can four-packs across B.C. and select stores in Alberta.