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Portland Cider is still alive and kicking!

Jeff and Lynda Parrish, co-owners of Portland Cider Co., have issued the following statement regarding the status of their company:
“There have been a number of craft brewery and cidery closures in the Portland area recently. While we feel for our industry friends, we want to go on record stating that Portland Cider Company is very much still in business, including our two taprooms in the Portland areas. Stories that have referenced the closure of “Portland Cider Companies”––meaning cider companies in the Portland area––have led to understandable confusion for our loyal fans, patrons and and accounts. Rest assured, six years after opening, Portland Cider Company is stronger than ever and grateful to be a part of Portland’s cider loving community. Thank you!”

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Portland Cider Co. releases Fruit Forward Community Cider

Portland Cider Co. asked Portland-area neighbors to recycle their fallen and unwanted backyard fruit this summer, and the community responded in a big way. Portland Cider Co. collected over 400 bushels –– or 16,000 lbs –– of apples, plus fruits and berries. As a result of the generosity, Portland Cider has made a record quantity of its annual Fruit Forward Community Cider.
Portland Cider Co. will release its Fruit Forward Community Cider on October 19 at its Clackamas Pub & Cidery, located at 8925 SE Jannsen Rd., Bldg F. The company has pledged to donate 100% of the net proceeds of sales of this community cider to Hunger-Free Schools, a program of Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon that works to ensure students of all ages and levels have enough to eat.
Via Portland Cider Co.
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Seattle Cider Summit is Coming!

10th Anniversary Cider Summit Seattle Returns on September 6th & 7th with New Location!
What: 10th annual Cider Summit Seattle featuring nearly 200 ciders, cider cocktails and apple spirits.
Where: Lake Union Park @ MOHAI – 860 Terry Avenue N. Seattle, WA 98109
When: Friday, September 6 from 3pm-8pm (VIP at 2pm) and Saturday, September 7 from 12n-5pm.
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Portland Cider Co. invites neighbors to contribute backyard apples & fruits for a community cider

Portland Cider Co. 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.
Via – Portland Cider Co. FB

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Oregon Cider Week kicks off June 20th!

Apples, Apples Everywhere! Cider Makers across Oregon prepare to pour!

Oregon Cider Week runs from June 20th-30th, (yes that’s more than a week but nobody’s complaining)
Oregon Cider Makers and cider bars across the state will be sharing a cascades of ciders at events across the state.
Want to have your very own Oregon Cider Week at home? Do a cider tasting in the woods on your next camping trip?

Get the full Oregon Cider Week Calendar at Oregonciderweek.com!

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