Category Archives: Cider

Eden Specialty Cider Tasting & Welcome to the Winooski Neighborhood Event | Friday, September 7th 4:00-6:00PM


Eden Specialty Cider Tasting & Welcome to the Winooski Neighborhood Event | Friday, September 7th 4-6PM


Our Vermont maker friends Eleanor & Albert Léger have been transforming Vermont apples into complex and enchanting elixir’s for years.

Join us Friday, September 7th from 4:00-6:00 PM as we host an event for them in which you can sample a variety of still apple cider, exquisite and effervescent craft cider, Orleans Bitters (a bartenders favorite!) and whatever else they happen to serve from their amazing portfolio.



Featured and hailed by the New York Times, Condé Nast, Imbibe Magazine, Rachel Ray, Boston Magazine, Food & Wine and many others, our friends enthral international critics with their graceful beverages.



Be sure to check out their new tasting room in downtown Winooski, only a 2 minute walk from us!  You can indulge in savory hand pies, cheese & charcuterie, skewers, and enjoy cider not available anywhere else.


Read more about the orchards, ciders, and the Eden team at:



Champlain Orchards Vermont Cider Tasting | FRI 5/11 3:00 – 6:00 pm

Champlain Orchards Cider Tasting at Beverage Warehouse VT

Try the line up from Champlain Orchards VT!

– Hard Cider
– Mac & Maple Cider
– Cranberry Cider
– Pruner’s Pride
– Honeycrisp – NEW in cans!!


We produce a variety of ciders – from everyday drinking ciders, to our rotating seasonal releases, to our single-varietal Estate Series, and are excited by new ideas and creativity when it comes to our recipes. With a nod to the early days of the cider scene and an appreciation for innovation and creativity, we take traditional hard ciders and put our own modern Vermont spin on them.


Tin Hat Cider – Free Tasting of Local Cider | Friday, May 4 | 3:30-6:30

There are some tasty ciders coming out of Roxbury Vermont these days! If you haven’t had a chance to try Tin Hat Cider, drop by the Beverage Warehouse on Friday May 4 from 3:30 – 6:30 for a sample of Teddy Weber’s traditional farmhouse ciders.

Cidermaker Teddy uses applied organic and permaculture techniques on his 25-acre heritage orchard, respecting the land and cultivating good soil and biodiversity. His goal is to find ways to work with nature, not oppress it, and focus on making cider in the orchard more than in the cellar.

Teddy himself will be on hand to answer your questions about cider, and to share these delicious bottles:

  • Fipenny Bit Dry Cider
  • Farmhouse Dry Cider
  • Old Pomme Traditional Dry Cider

Tin Hat Cider Tasting at the Beverage Warehouse