Urban Orchard Cider Brings ‘Art of Fermentation’ to the South Slope post image

By Carol Viau- The Biltmore Beacon   Ahh, fall. It’s a time to enjoy refreshing coolness in the air — and all things apple — especially apple cider. A little history Cider been an American staple since the Pilgrims brought apple seeds and a cider press to the New World. Because water supplies were not ... [Read more]

7 Things to Know about Urban Orchard Cider Co. in Asheville: EATER Charleston post image

Let The Ciders Flow Katie Toussaint The second location of Urban Orchard Cider Co. is now open in downtown Asheville at South Slope. Here are seven things to know before the official grand opening celebration. (1) The date of the grand opening The grand opening celebration is kicking off October 27 with live music featuring ... [Read more]

Urban Orchard Joins the Breweries on Asheville’s Buxton Avenue post image

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (WLOS) — Asheville's fast growing South Slope has a new resident. Urban Orchard Cidery has opened a second location in Asheville. It has a ton of ciders and some beer on tap at the tasting room on Buxton Avenue. Urban Orchard Cider Co. South Slope is open now, but a grand opening is set ... [Read more]

Paradise Found:  Urban Orchard Cider Co. post image

  With an expansion into a huge second location nearing completion and their fifth anniversary coming up, family-owned Asheville business Urban Orchard Cider Co. clearly has reason to celebrate. It’s practically impossible to liken Urban Orchard Cider Co.’s new location to their first—in fact, one might even say it’s like comparing apples to oranges. The ... [Read more]

Branching Out: WNC Cider Scene Continues to Grow with Help From Apple Country post image

ASHEVILLE, N.C.— Western North Carolina is quickly becoming a cider hub thanks in part to Henderson County’s rank as the top apple-producing county in North Carolina and the seventh-largest in the United States overall. About 150 orchards call the Hendersonville area home, and the abundance and variety of apples in the area feed the growth of ... [Read more]

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