Farm Cidery and Richmond Tasting Room
Bryant's is a 150-year-old farm to bottle cidery, committed to fresh-pressed cider using only their own apples. The Edgewood Farm and cidery is located in Nelson County Virginia and a tasting room in downtown Richmond Va.
We produce handcrafted Hard Cider from apples predominantly grown in the Shenandoah Valley. Each batch we make is dependent upon Mother Nature and not made from apple concentrate. The care we take in the making them is apparent when customers drink the ciders
Fresh, Funky Cider
Our approach to cidermaking is straightforward. Use local Virginia apples, experiment, learn by doing, reading, and engaging with the beer, cider, and winemaking communities. Keep it fresh; keep it funky. Our cidery is based in Free Union, just outside of Charlottesville, we are in the heart of apple country at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Old Hill Cider is beginning the fifth year of production at Showalter’s Orchard. The Showalter family has been growing apples for 50 years, and blending and pressing fresh, sweet apple cider for more than 40 years, Old Hill Cider is the Shenandoah Valley’s first hard cidery. Cidermaker, Shannon Showalter, crafts ciders in innovative ways that honor early American Cidermakers.
Cider Apple Orchard
Foggy Ridge Cider continues to impact the cider world by growing amazing cider apples in their 3 orchard farm in Dugspur VA. Although they no longer make cider they do teach how to grow this amazing fruit. Look for pruning and grafting classes in the Spring.