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Old Hill Cider

Old Hill Cider

Showalter’s Orchard

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. Using carefully selected apples, Old Hill hard cider is simply fermented apple juice that highlights each apple varietal's fermented expression. Don't miss the opportunity to take in the breathtaking views of the Shenandoah Valley, while tasting and enjoying Old Hill Hard Cider throughout the year, and picnicikng, picking apples, sampling freshly pressed un-fermented juice or just taking it easy, seasonally, at Showalter's Orchard, the home of Old Hill Cider.
Visit us at 17768 Honeyville Road in Timberville, VA. Please call or review our hours on-line as they, like the orchard, change with each season.

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