Culinary Countdown: Nova Scotia Craft Cider

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DECEMBER 23: Nova Scotia Craft Cider

Nova Scotia is home to acres of beautiful apple orchards that contribute to, among many other products, the production of delicious, apple cider.

Hard cider (AKA bubbly, delicious apple juice for adults) can be sweet, dry, strong or easy-drinking. It’s the perfect combination of the light, easy drinking feel of beer and the sophistication of a classy wine.

Read along for a list of our Taste of Nova Scotia member craft cideries and cider producers by region.

Halifax Regional Municipality

South Shore

Annapolis Valley & Bay of Fundy

For a non-alcoholic cider, Noggins Corner Farm Market and Stirling Fruit Farms are both great options!

Where to Purchase: Visit any of the cideries to purchase their array of cider. A few are also available at NSLC’s and independently owned liquor stores.
Social Media: Please visit each cideries’ page for their social accounts
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