Listed from Sweet to Dry • All Available In-House and To Go
Fresh-pressed apples from Bayfield, WI give this cider its natural sweetness.
Infused with Duluth Coffee Co. coffee from the Las Lajas Organic Micromill in the Central Valley of Costa Rica. Gold Medal winner at the 2019 U.S. Open Cider Championship
The bright flavor of crisp apple in a very drinkable semi-sweet cider. “Gitch” is short for “Gitchi Gami”, the Ojibwe name for Lake Superior.
A refreshing burst of tart strawberry and just a kiss of fresh hand-picked Wisconsin basil.
A lemon-forward semi-sweet made with maple from the Shores of Lake Superior.
This session cider is the blueberry cousin of our Easy Squeezy Lemon Sea Salt Cider.
Our fav Fall & Winter seasonal with just the right balance of rich chai spices like cinnamon, vanilla, star anise, orange peel and fresh-pressed apple.
Made with apples hand-picked by our cider makers in Two Harbors, MN. Tastes like taking a bite out of a freshly picked fall apple.
Made with hand-picked crabapples from trees planted on the historic Glensheen estate by Chester Congdon himself over 100 years ago. Infused with local honey.
Tart Wisconsin cranberries with fresh holiday herbs. It’s like drinking a semi-sweet pint of the holidays.
A champagney hopped semi-dry cider made with aromatic Crystal hops. Gold Medal winner at the 2020 U.S. Open Cider Championship.
A semi-dry made with whole Cascade hops and fresh sage.
Made with apples grown at Erickson Orchards in Bayfield, WI, this dry cider is bursting with complex fruity notes.
A beautifully barrel aged bone dry cider.
Our cider makers regularly rotate in new batches of our Duluth Cider Dry, always bone-dry, crisp and fresh.
Hot sweet cider mulled with spices and served in a 10 oz. mug.
Blueberry – In house and to go
Orange Sassafras – In house only
Four 5 oz. Pours
32 oz. Refillable
12 oz. 4 Packs
Availability may vary slightly from what’s listed here based on stock levels.
Tradition and innovation collide at Duluth Cider. We explore every corner of the cider world, everything from sweet to dry, from fruit to hops and beyond, from traditional fermentation to experimental techniques.
Let us expand your perception of what cider can be.