Portland Cider Company has kicked off its fourth annual Community Cider program, which features a cider made with 100% recycled backyard apples and fruit from neighborhoods in the Portland Metro area. The ciderhouse is calling upon the community to donate its fallen and unwanted backyard apples, as well as other fruits and berries, to hand-press into a community cider to support Hunger Free Oregon; 100% of the net proceeds of the cider sales will be donated to the charity.
ortland Cider Co. will be participating in more than 15 cider-centric events during this year's 8th annual Oregon Cider Week. From hosting a FIFA Women’s World Cup Brunch to taking part in the Cider Summit Portland to joining a SE Cider Crawl, Portland Cider Co. will spend 11 days celebrating its handcrafted Oregon ciders. A complete list of all events, including details and ticket links, is available on Portland Cider Co.’s website.
One of Oregon’s original cidermakers, Portland Cider Co. will celebrate six years in the industry this March, and the cider house is celebrating with an anniversary party featuring cider sampling, live music, tours, a photo booth, a charity raffle, and a special anniversary bottle release.
Portland Cider Company has announced a new distribution partnership with NW Beverages of Washington. Effective immediately, craft cider fans will discover a greater selection of Portland Cider products at their favorite retailers in NW Beverages distribution territory, which covers Washington state west of the Cascades, including the peninsula and islands.
CLACKAMAS, Ore. – One of Oregon’s original cidermakers, Portland Cider Co. will celebrate five years in the industry this spring, and the company is celebrating with an anniversary party and two limited release ciders. The party will take place on Saturday, March 3 from 4pm to 10pm at the company’s Clackamas Pub & Cidery, located at 8925 SE Jannsen Rd, Bldg. F. The event is open to the public and all ages are welcome.
Portland Cider Co. is ringing in the New Year with the introduction of sustainable six-pack boxes. In accordance with its sustainability standards, Portland Cider Co. has transitioned from recyclable plastic Pak-Tek carriers to a six-pack box made of 100 percent recycled corrugated cardboard.
Portland Cider Company has announced the second annual release of its Oregon Wild Cider, a cider that embodies community, sustainability, tradition, and charity