Ricker Hill has been growing Maine apples for nine generations. Started in Turner, a small town in the foothills of Maine, in 1803, they now grow everything from crisp red apples to sourly sweet cranberries. It is with this fruit that Ricker Hill has started making its hard cider.
The entire process of making hard cider (growing the apples, pressing them, fermenting them, and canning them) all happens right on the farm. Made from real apples, not from concentrate, this craft cider is full of flavor and will keep your taste buds happy. Show Less