1. Bold Rock
1020 Rockfish Valley Highway, Nellysford, VA 22958
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Bold Rock’s crisp refreshing taste is perfect for those who prefer a medium dry cider.
2. Blue Bee Cider
212 W 6th St, Richmond, Virginia 23224
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Blue Bee Cider has several historical cider varieties.
3. Potter’s Craft Cider
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Potter’s Craft Cider is a dry cider made with local apples.
4. Foggy Ridge Cider
1328 Pineview Rd, Dugspur, Virginia 24325
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Foggy Ridge Cider aims to make ciders with the purest apple flavor. They don’t use any additions.
5. Old Hill Cider
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Old Hill Cider has several wonderful fruity varieties as well as dry apple ones.
6. Castle Hill Cider
6065 Turkey Sag Rd, Keswick, Virginia
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Castle Hill Cider uses a blend of different apples and has both still and sparkling varieties.
7. Albemarle CiderWorks
2545 Rural Ridge Ln, Charlottesville, Virginia 22959
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Albemarle CiderWorks has dry wine-like ciders with many different notes.
8. Winchester Ciderworks
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Winchester Ciderworks ages their ciders in the barrels of different drinks like rum, bourbon and brandy.
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