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Texas Keeper Cider

Cidery in Manchaca - 139.92 mi

Started in 2013, the founders of Texas Keeper Cider are long-time friends Brandon Wilde, Lindsey Peebles, and Nick Doughty. All three were born and raised in Austin, and Nick has a background working in New Zealand wineries. He is the cidery’s Cidermaker. Assisting him is former homebrewer Brandon, who also takes care of sales. Lindsey, meanwhile, handles events and legal matters. The three specialize in creating small batch, dry and well-balanced ciders. Texas Keeper Cider takes its name from an apple variety that used to be cultivated in Lamar County, Texas in the 1880s, the Hicks’ Texas Keeper. Now believed to be extinct, the variety nicknamed “keepers” were “apples that stored well (and) improved with age”. Besides ciders, the kid friendly and dog friendly taproom also offers wines, meads, and snacks.

Argus Cidery

Cidery in Austin - 143.39 mi

Founder Wes Mickel was only 25 when he set out to establish Argus Cidery in 2010. A trained chef and hobbyist beer brewer, he created his first cider in high school using commercial brand apple juice and packaged yeast. After culinary school and working as a recipe tester for a star chef, he moved to Austin to start creating his cider operation. His first products used Texas-grown apples, until the cidery eventually moved on to include other fruit sources. Argus Cidery focuses on making “dry hard ciders, perrys, and other 100% fruit fermentables – never pasteurized – and free of added sugars”. The tasting room at Pauls Valley Road is also open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays from 12:00pm to 6:00pm. This is also the best place to test out their new, experimental offerings. They also offer cider by the flight or by the glass and sell bottles-to-go.

Austin Eastciders

Cidery in Austin - 149.55 mi

Ed Gibson, founder of Austin Eastciders, moved to Austin to after falling in love with Austin. Having lived most of his life in Bristol in the southwest of England and the “cider capital of the world”, Gibson operated a cider bar until he started looking for a change. After visiting Austin upon a friend’s suggestion, the rest, as they say, is history. Gibson launched Austin Eastciders in various bars in 2011. However, it quickly ran into supply issues because of the lack of a proper production facility. After finally opening one in 2013, and opening another location in 2016, its supply problems are now behind it. The new location affords space for a proper taproom called The Collaboratory at the original location. There, one can enjoy the five mainstays of Austin Eastciders, and some seasonal and special edition ciders – all aimed at bringing back cider to the level of popularity it once enjoyed in the Americas.    

MoonTower Cider Co

Cidery in Austin - 150.97 mi

"Do yourself a favor and stop by the Tasting Room at MoonTower Cider Co., over on Tillery Street, proudly brewing fine cider on the East Side". "Dog-friendly and laid-back, this is the perfect place to escape from the mayhem of daily life and enjoy an artisanal brew made by the good folks right here in town. How artisanal? They brew their own mead". Moontower is "complex yet approachable, obsessive but laid back, a treat but also something you could drink all day". You'll also "want to easy into this space, try every last thing they've made, and tell all your friends about it". Moontower is really "such a welcome break from all the overly loud, vibe-first, money-grab breweries popping up around Austin". Also, "these people care about making an incredible product and giving you a relaxed space to enjoy it in". You may notice that "there are no salespeople here". Instead, "there are artists happy to help you discover and share their fondness for cider".

Hye Cider Company

Cidery in Hye - 154.66 mi

Hye Cider Company was started by best friends Brian “Captain” Came and Cassandra “Cherry”. Graham started brewing beer at a time when they couldn’t yet purchase beer. Both from Florida, they lived for a while in San Francisco and developed their brewing skills. While working as a chef in Austin, Cherry married Travis Graham, and convinced Captain to relocate to Austin. Together, the three soon sensed an opportunity to join the growing number of breweries, distilleries, and wineries along Highway 290 in Texas Hill Country. Instead of beer, spirits, or wines, however, they chose cider for their niche. With the confluence of passion, knowledge, and opportunity, the trio opened Hye Cider Company in 2016. With apples from Washington State and local honey, fans describe their product as “a cross between cider and mead”. Other ingredients come from local sources including “rainwater, herbs from (their) greenhouse, and ‘copious amounts’ of (Stonewall) honey”.

Fairweather Cider Co

Cidery in Austin - 157.95 mi

Fairweather Cider Co is a "Great local cider, in the "brewery area" of North Austin". "It's very laid back, intimate, and relaxing with its clean aesthetic". "It's a very small location but it is in the burnet brewing scene, as it's located right next to 4th tap". Also, "their cider is so amazing with fusions with sweet tea, gin, wine and different fruits". This will "definitely give you a pleasant experience you may not have been expecting". They also "have so many more flavor options than what they offer in the store so" better "go to the cider for more options". And, "their ciders aren't sickeningly sweet, and the flights give you a great little taste of all of the ciders that you're curious about but are unsure about getting a whole pint of". Also, "their inventory has a clean design too". Also, "their tees are super adorable, as well as their BEVERAGES sweaters". "You can also take pictures in front of the interesting wall art with the unicorn things going on".

Permanns Cider Company

Cidery in Sugar Land - 167.92 mi

Permanns Cider Company is Houston's first cidery. It was founded by Andrea Permann. Built after the death of her husband and the birth of her daughter. "Permann’s foundation is the “Classic Cody,” named after her husband". It has a "4.5 percent alcohol by volume (ABV)". Also, "Classic Cody is a clean and simple apple cider; fermented apples are the sole ingredient". It also has "a hint of bubbles and a crisp taste". It is also "more similar to an apple-flavored sparkling wine than the mainstream hard ciders you may be familiar with". They are offering their products at local restaurants and bars. You may also check out their Facebook page for any updates.

Houston Cider Co

Cidery in Houston - 187.76 mi

Houston Cider Co has a wide variety of options at affordable prices". Also, "for cider fans this is a must-visit". And, "in a sea of breweries this is Houston's first cidery". They also "change the menu very frequently and some of the cider styles can get pretty wild". But, "it's fun to go and just try a bunch of different kinds". Also, "the dry cider is traditional, whereas people who like sweet cider" will be able to "adore the sweet cherry pie cider". It is recommended to try "the pineapple jalapeno (very spicy!) and raspberry lemonade". This place also has a "very chill vibe with lots of seating". They also "have books and games available, great music, and allow dogs. It's a nice chill place to relax".  They really are "a great addition to Houston!" "Hidden Gem where you can hangout with friends and family and avoid the traditional bar crowd!"

Duo Winery & Cider Co

Cidery in Dickinson - 192.39 mi

Duo Winery & Cider Co is a family-owned winery located in South Texas which is an extension of the family’s winery and vineyard located in Michigan. This is "a hidden gem located in between Dickinson and League City". An "easy spot to get to if you're in Dickinson and worth the drive down from Houston if you're looking for a laid back place to have a few drinks". They offer wine tastings from a variety of European grapes and hard apple ciders. "If you are not a wine drinker, they also serve ciders". They are "dog-friendly" and even have "Chanel the dog" that "is super friendly". You can also "order Uber Eats to DUO (since they don't serve food)".

DUO Winery and Cider Company

Cidery in Dickinson - 192.39 mi

The “duo” in DUO Winery and Cider Company are the husband and wife Craig and Raquel Jarmosco. The winery and tasting room located in South Texas is actually an extension of a family winery and vineyard belonging to Raquel’s stepdad in Michigan. Raquel’s stepdad initially hoped the duo would move to Michigan and help at the vineyard. Circumstances prevented the couple to move, and instead, they established their own company in Texas in 2015. "Great cider and winery in Dickinson! They have an amazing raspberry cidery right now that is so light and airy". Also, their "venue is open but extremely cozy at the same time. Please give them a try next time you are in town. And they have great local music!! The local dogs are loving and make you feel like they are your own. They make the wine in Michigan and cider in Houston".

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