In Brooklyn
before it was
called Brooklyn, everyone drank
cider there…

Now you can too.

Brooklyn Cider House
Our Ciders
Brooklyn Cider House

Kinda Dry

Kinda Dry transports you to an orchard on a crisp, fall day. Fresh tart apples greet you, waking the palate up...

Brooklyn Cider House

Bone Dry

Our Bone Dry is a throwback to the original American dry cider. In that spirit we make Bone Dry with a higher concentration of heirloom and bitter cider apples...

Brooklyn Cider House

Half Sour

Half Sour is our most thought-provoking cider. It begins with the aromas of wild flowers and honey, followed by a hint of pickled pear...

Brooklyn Cider House

Still Bone Dry

Warning: our Still Bone Dry is not like other ciders. With zero carbonation and zero sugar, it’s the driest cider that has passed our lips...

About BCH

In Brooklyn, before it was called Brooklyn, people drank cider there. It wasn’t like wine, it wasn’t like scotch, it was more like water. It was a thirst quencher for the worker as well as what the founding fathers drank with breakfast.

We’re from Brooklyn too, by way of Korea and Europe, but we discovered hard cider in the Basque Country in northern Spain. Every spring the cider there flows like water from casks the size of tanker trucks. It’s not just cider, it’s the most delicious cider there is. And it’s not just about the cider. It’s a party, a celebration of the harvest, and a time for friends to reconnect.

‘Wait a minute’, we thought, ‘We’re from the Big Apple, why don’t we have a cider party?’ So, we quit our jobs and went apple picking, literally. There were snowy days, angry farmers, and a lot of strange looks from our friends and family. Just about everyone we knew told us we were crazy. Maybe we are, but once you taste our ciders, you’ll see it was worth it. Making cider is not a path to riches but it is a path to enjoying life.

All our ciders are born out of traditions from Spain, France, and America. They are made as naturally as possible from apples hand picked in upstate New York. Our apples are simply crushed and their juice left to ferment the same way the traditionalists do it in Europe and the way it used to be done in Brooklyn before the Temperance Movement ended the party.

Like fine wines our ciders are expressions of place, but unlike wine our ciders are meant to be gulped not sipped! Some are bubbly, some are dry, and some have a hint of natural sugar, but all are meant to celebrate the simple pleasures. So join us in a toast to tradition, friendship and, of course, to Brooklyn.

Contact BCH

All our ciders are born out of traditions from Spain, France, and America. They are made as naturally as possible from apples hand picked in upstate New York. Our apples are simply crushed and their juice left to ferment the same way the traditionalists do it in Europe and the way it used to be done in Brooklyn before the Temperance Movement ended the party.