Much-loved local craft cider producer, Windfall Cider, has some amazing news — they have a brick and mortar space in the works.
Located at 238 Esplanade E, the new 2,000-sq-ft production facility and taproom will be right in North Vancouver’s new and ever-growing brewery district.
In addition to the seriously great brewery/cidery hopping opportunities, future cidery visitors will also be able to make the short walk to nearby outdoor spaces like Shipbuilders Square, Cates Deck, and Waterfront Park with bevies in tow, as all of them allow public alcohol consumption year-round.
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Windfall’s co-founder Nathaly Nairn told Dished that we can expect a space that’s “not your traditional tasting room” when all is said and done.
Nairn shared that One Twenty Three West, who designed the brand’s signature labels, will also be working with them on the interior of the upcoming brick and mortar.
If you haven’t heard about Windfall, here’s what you need to know. The company uses 100% BC apples and botanicals native to the Pacific Northwest and turns them into dry and delicious craft ciders.
Windfall experiments with different yeast strains, wild fermenting, and even barrel-aging ciders.
The cidery space is currently under demolition and it won’t be ready until Summer 2021, which means you’ll just have to order cider for pickup or delivery until opening day.
We’ll keep you posted as things progress with this one.
Address: 238 Esplanade E, North Vancouver