BC Cider Week

Come on down to BNA (1250 Ellis Street) on Friday October 23rd at 5pm and join us on our first ever cask night. We will be celebrating the first annual BC Cider Week with some handcrafted cask of BC Tree Fruits Cider. Try a few new creations and give us your feedback, you never know it could be our next cider.

Feast of Fields

BC Tree Fruit’s Broken Ladder will be pouring at the 7th Annual Okanagan Feast of Fields on Sunday, August 16th at the Meadow Vista Artisan Farm Winery in Kelowna. Each year a new venue throughout the Okanagan Valley is chosen to host the four hour, local food celebration and fundraiser. Producers, artisans, winemakers, brewers and distillers within the community will be brought together to showcase the relationships they have with the Valley’s local farmers and businesses.

BC Tree Fruits Cider Co. Wins Gold at North American Beer Awards

After a successful launch April 1 2015, BC Tree Fruits Cider Co. is experiencing early popularity, having already brought home a medal. Broken Ladder, the first offering from BC Tree Fruits Cider Co. won the gold medal in the draft cider category at the North American Beer Awards, held June 5. The 19th annual awards were hosted by the North American Brewing Association in Idaho.

Cidery and Tasting Bar GRAND OPENING

The GRAND OPENING of the new BC Tree Fruits Cider Company Cidery and Tasting Bar is this FRIDAY, June 5 from 2pm to 6pm. Stop by to try Broken Ladder cider! Located at 880 Vaughan Avenue beside the BC Tree Fruits Market.


Are you in Kelowna or visiting soon? Come see our retail location and check out the Cidery for yourself. We’re located inside the BC Tree Fruits retail marketplace on Vaughan Avenue. We’re not always at the press, but if you shimmy up to the tasting bar we’ll gladly pour you a glass.

Open 12pm - 5pm Tuesday to Thursday, 12pm - 5:30pm Friday and Saturday. Closed Sunday and Monday.


BC Tree Fruits has a strong reputation locally and internationally. Naturally the produce brand equity influenced the logo design for the Cider Company. Adapting the BC Tree Fruits leaf into the new line of business was a strategic move. “The iconic leaf is a sign of BC grown quality and we want our existing fresh fruit customers to be able to easily identify our cider,” says Chris Pollock, Marketing Manager at BC Tree Fruits. The cider hits shelves in British Columbia April 1 with plans to expand across Canada over the next year.