At 2 Towns Ciderhouse we believe that the long history of cidermaking demands respect and deserves to be done right. Starting with the highest quality, whole ingredients from local farms, we take no shortcuts in crafting our ciders. We refuse to add processed sugars, concentrates or artificial flavors, and instead use slow, cold fermentation methods to allow the fruit to speak for itself. As a family-owned company, we are committed to the growth of our team and enrichment of our communities. We take pride in producing a true Northwest craft cider.
Made from 100% fresh-pressed Northwest apples, sourced exclusively from local Oregon & Washington farms, as well as other whole, locally harvested agricultural ingredients.
Our cider is always slow fermented at cold temperatures. This time intensive process retains the natural character and delicate aromatics of the apples, eliminating the need for additives, which plainly fall short.
NO concentrates or refined sugars.
NO essences or artificial flavors.
NO velcorin or sorbate.
Through partnerships with local Northwest farmers, processors, and our own heirloom orchard, we grow and source exclusively Pacific Northwest apples, which are hand picked in late summer and fall.
Custom blends of different apple varieties are chosen based on acidity, sugar, tannin and aroma profiles, and pressed into fresh apple juice.
Unfiltered, unpasteurized Northwest apple juice is pumped into temperature controlled fermentation tanks. All our ciders are fermented at the 2 Towns Ciderhouse production facility in Corvallis, Oregon.
Tanks are cold crashed to arrest fermentation and settle out yeast. Depending on the desired style, some ciders are gently filtered, left unfiltered, or racked into barrels to age over time.
Our cider is then bottled, canned, and kegged in our own facilities. Once packed and ready, they're sent off to bottle shops, grocery stores, and your favorite bars and restaurants.
Enjoy with friends! Pair with artisan foods! Some of 2 Towns Favorites: Aged cheese, barbeque pork, and sweet potato fries.