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One again this place disappoints. im local and make an effort to give them business bit give me a break. stopped in at 515 pm on friday Nov 9th and am told they are closing early and the "taps are closed"... its BAD ENOUGH THEY...More
We stopped by for a tasting flight and were very pleasantly surprised by the facility, shops, arcade, restaurant and JHC. We shared a flight of six (6) Hard Ciders... not my thing. I’m not a Beer Guy.
Should have stopped at the Wine & Chocolate...More
We saw the beer, wine, mead tastings advertised in a tourist booklet. We thought it would be fun to try several of them. Unfortunately, we picked a Monday to go to Julian. The beer place was not open but we found the cider place open....More
I found this place on a dog-friendly travel site. It was great for both me and the dog who was presented with a large treat and a lot of love from the young women working there. I ordered the cider flight, which comes with 8...More
Tasters--mmmmm. We ordered the deluxe taster (just one) to share, and it was plenty. I would say all of them were good enough to enjoy a pint, but the cider was a bit sweet for me to continue past the tasters (9 total), even sharing...More
I am not a beer fan, so I thought hard cider would be a good alternative.
This location was highly recommended so we stopped after lunch & pie in Julian.
We had an 8 flight of their current selection and half tasted good, half not...More
The cider here is great! The tasting flight is perfect to find the one you like the best. They always are trying out new ones. I was just in there and they had an oaked Ginger and I went back each day to have some...More
I am not a big hard cider fan, but wanted to go here because they have so many different types. There were 4 of us, so we ordered 2 complete flights of all their available ciders. Besides the 8 they normally carry, they had 3...More