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Chipotle Peppers & Pineapples

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Rose Hips & Talus® Hops


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Porter's Perfection

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Fresh-pressed apples & Oak


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Plums & All-Spice

Plums & All-Spice

Plums & All-Spice

Apple Brandy, Blueberries & Lavender

Apple Brandy, Blueberries & Lavender

Maple Syrup & Oak

Sour Cherry & Lime

Cosmic Crisp® Apples

Pumpkin Flower Honey

Key Limes & Blue Agave

Nopal Cactus Fruit

Blueberries & Lavender

Heirloom Apples

Black Currants

Freestone Peaches

Clementines & Passion Fruit

Totem Strawberries & Crimson Red Rhubarb

Apple Brandy & Marionberries



Meyer Lemon & Raspberry

D'Anjou Pears & Muscat Grapes


Costa Rica Gold Pineapples

Mangos & Habaneros

Bittersweet Cider Apples & Apple Brandy

Crimson Red Rhubarb


Montmorency Cherries

Raspberries and Rose Petals

Ice Juice

Nopal Cactus Fruit

Hardy Kiwi Berries

Cinnamon, Nutmeg, and Clove

McIntosh Apples

Oregon Grown Marion Blackberries

Soured with Lactobacillus

Willamette Valley Grown Jonagold Apples

Oregon Grown Bittersweet Heirloom Apples

Wickson Crab, Newtown Pippin, & Other Pioneer Varieties

Citra Hops & Rhubarb

Rival Apricots

Heirloom Pumpkins

Ginger Root

Marion Blackberries

Jonagold Apples

Oregon White Oak

Meadowfoam Honey

100% Northwest Apples

Newtown Pippin Apples


The Newtown Pippin, also known as Albemarle Pippin, is an American apple that originated in the late 17th or early 18th century as a chance seedling (a “pippin”) on the Gershom Moore estate in the village of Newtown (now Long Island, New York).

The Newtown Pippin was the apple which defined the palate of new world ciders. Colonists found this apple so remarkable that Thomas Jefferson himself wrote from France during his travels “they have no apples here to compare with our Newtown Pippin”. It was brought across the United States with pioneers and homesteaders during their westward expansion, eventually making it to Oregon & Washington in the late 1800’s, thriving in the climate or this Northwest region, especially in the Hood River area.


The Newtown Pippin is a great cidermaking apple, with it’s high acid and tannin profile lending a strong backbone for balancing out other culinary varieties. We work directly with our farm partners to intentionally long-hang the Newtown Pippin apples for the BrightCider, which enhances the characteristics of this apple variety.