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 pineapple juicefest of a cider with a delightfully tart sour side. Summer Seasonal.
A special limited release of our summer seasonal Pineapple Sour with an added splash of tart raspberries.
We crammed no less than 360 lbs of Mango, Carrot and Key Lime into this semi-sweet cider (that’s 1/4 lb of fruit per pint!!), and they all come together beautifully to form a complex, earthy, delightfully juicy cider.
Summer crusher, anyone? The brand new Easy Squeezy Lemon + Sea Salt Session Cider is a Semi-Dry thirst quencher with a low ABV of 4.6%, so you can crush a few while the sun is shining.
A refreshing new semi-dry summer crusher. Juicy pink prickly pear and naturally sweet agave.
A champagney hopped semi-dry cider made with aromatic Crystal hops. Gold Medal winner at the 2020 U.S. Open Cider Championship.
Locally-foraged Aronia Berries and a little dash of sea salt to balance out those tannins. A tasty little late summer delight.
We combined pineapple juice with apple juice before fermentation and let it ferment to total dryness.
A refreshing bone-dry cider with natural aromatic apple flavor profile.
A completely dry cider aged in Rye whiskey barrels. Named for the fermentation process used, Chaptalization, resulting in a much higher ABV.
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.