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BC Ciderweek 2017!

BC Ciderweek 2017!

BC Cider Week Is April 28th – May 7th, 2017!!! British Columbia Cider Week returns this year – now in the Spring! Many tastings and events planned throughout BC from April 28th to May 7th. This year, the official BC Cider Week will now take place earlier to help celebrate the art of craft cider and […]

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Seasonal Release: Introducing Cinnamon Heart

Seasonal Release: Introducing Cinnamon Heart

With Valentines Day just around the corner, we are thrilled to announce the release of our newest seasonal – Cinnamon Heart! In celebration of love, our Cinnamon Heart cider will tingle your taste buds with sweet & spicy nostalgia. As part of our Barrel Series, this semi-sweet sparkler awakens the palette with cinnamon and hot […]

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January Tasting Room Promotion

January Tasting Room Promotion

It’s 2017 and we’re shakin’ up the New Year with weekly cider cocktail concoctions! Stop by the tasting room for a free sample. Or, grab the recipes from our blog and social media channels and try them at home. Happy New Year!  

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You’re Invited to our Annual Wassail Celebrations – January 15th!

You're Invited to our Annual Wassail Celebrations - January 15th!

Join us for our annual Wassail celebrations at Sea Cider January 15th from 11am-4pm! Sea Cider will be hosting a day of fun-filled, family events at the Farm & Ciderhouse located at 2487 Mt. St. Michael Rd in Saanichton! Wassailing is an ancient custom in which we bless the orchard and scare away all the […]

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December Tasting Room Promotion

December Tasting Room Promotion

It’s December and we’re getting into the giving spirit! This month, stop by with a non-perishable food item for the food bank and we will treat you to a short flight on the house. Happy Holidays! We’re open everyday 11am-4pm! See you soon!

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Seasonal Release: Introducing Sassamanash!

Seasonal Release: Introducing Sassamanash!

Just in time for the holiday’s, Sassamansh is here with delicious blend of farm-crafted cider, cranberry and hibiscus flower! Cranberries, or sassamanash as the Algonquians called them, are a welcome sign of autumn. Several varieties – both indigenous and introduced – are found on Vancouver Island. When these crimson delights are blended with fermented apples the […]

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