Our Cider House was originally built in the early 1900s to be used for cold storage of apples. No living person actually knows when the building was built. Built from cinderblock, it features a double-insulated wall with 12" of insulation in between.
In the 1970s it was converted into a cider house were our apples were using a mechanical mill. For many years, our cider was made on-property. Now it is made off-site for pasteurization.
In 2022, the Cider House was converted to a fudge shop and toy store, open on weekends in the fall. The original structure has been preserved, complete with the original shiplap walls and cider press on display.
During the fall, we feature fudge, toys, and an assortment of goodies in the Cider House.