Okanagan Craft Cider Festival - May 6

Come sip BC Cider with us! The 3rd annual BC Cider Week is taking place April 28th - May 7th, 2017 and to celebrate we have cideries from around BC at our cidery on 880 Vaughan Avenue on Saturday, May 6 from 12pm to 4pm, pouring their finest ciders. Taste delicious ciders by BC Tree Fruits Cider, SunRype, Howling Moon Craft Cider, Wards Hard Apple Cider, Left Field Cider Co., Scenic Road Cider Co., NOMAD Cider, Dominion Cider Co., Orchard Hill Estate Cidery, Summerland Heritage Cider Company, The BX Press, Gabbie's Cider, Sea Cider Farm & Ciderhouse, and Burton City Cider.

2017 Fest of Ale - April 7 & 8 - Penticton

BC Tree Fruits Cider Co will be joining 65 craft brewers & cideries as well as 5000+ craft beer enthusiasts at one of the largest and longest running beer festivals in the Pacific Northwest. This 2-day festival features 175+ quality crafted brews, ciders and cask ales for tasting, fabulous food and great live entertainment in a unique indoor/outdoor venue. The festival takes place in the heart of beautiful Penticton, BC, and has been an annual “must attend event” for patrons and participants alike for over 20 years!

BC Bacon & Cider Festival

BC Tree Fruits Cider Co is thrilled to be a part of this fabulous evening featuring 20 of BC’s very-best craft cideries pouring samples of their newest, tastiest ciders. Pair that with incredible bacon-inspired dishes prepared and served by the Okanagan College Culinary Arts students. Enjoy the flamenco-influenced strumming of our award winning guitarist. And take it all in at Kelowna’s beautiful and historic Laurel Packinghouse, in the downtown core at the centre of the Okanagan Valley.

Tickets - $49 or 2 for $89

3rd Annual Stone Soup, a fundraiser for Niteo Africa.

Join us for the 3rd Annual Stone Soup, a fundraiser for Niteo Africa. All proceeds from this event go to establishing literacy centres in Africa. The books donated are from schools, homes and libraries in Kelowna!

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.

Suds N’ Cider

Friday February 3rd we will be pouring Broken Ladder in Vernon at Suds N' Cider.

Holiday Open House

Please join us Saturday November 26th for our Holiday Open House. We will be featuring 2 new casks and all our growlers will be 20% off!

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