Previously only available through online orders, at farmers markets and restaurants, or through local retailers, guests are now able to enjoy Big Hill's ciders at their recently-opened tasting room and farm stand. The outdoor space provides for safe social distancing. Enjoy views of the South Mountain as you sip their draft ciders at the picnic tables and Adirondack chairs in their outdoor space. Fire pits are available for cooler days and evenings. Jams, jellies, preserves, dressing and fresh fruit in season is available from the farm stand and food truck options are available at certain times.Guests are welcome to bring their own lawn chairs and blankets. There is indoor seating as well.
Big Hill Ciderworks was founded in 2013 and consists of two small farms with roughly 40 acres of orchards producing more than 40 traditional bittersweet and bittersharp varieties chosen specifically for their ciders.
Big Hill Ciderworks also presses, ferments, packages, and distributes their ciders. Utilizing traditional, time-honored cider making methods of slow fermentation, barrel aging and wild yeast fermentation, their ciders showcase a distinct flavor profile, unique to the orchards and the region.
No added sugars, sweeteners, colors or flavorings are added to any of the ciders. Instead, different apple varieties are blended to get the desired final product. With 15 modern, traditional, and wild fermented offerings, there is something to appeal to every taste palate. All offering are gluten free. In addition to their ciders, there are several options for local beers on tap and in bottles.
Big Hill Ciderworks is a participating location on the Cumberland Valley Beer Trail.