Cider Riot! Events
NOW ON TAP and BOTTLES Around Portland,
Eugene, & British Columbia - Dry Draught Cider 6.8%
abv - Silver Medal winner in the Portland International
Cider Cup 2014 - Inspired by the pub draught ciders of the
English West Country, Burncider blends Oregon-grown traditional English
cider apples, tart wild apples and dessert apples from Hood River.
Just like Portlands Old Main Drag, this cider
has a rich history and flavorful character.
Pogo NOW ON TAP and BOTTLES Around
Portland, Eugene, & British Columbia - Scroll the News Feeds
for listings and Tasting Events - Hoppy Cider 6.7% abv- A refreshingly
dry cider thats got hops. Our roughcut tribute to football terraces
and punk rock shows, dry and quenching with a hint of sweet apple
flavor, as organically grown Goldings hops do the pogo dance across
your taste buds. A distinctly Oregonian product, Everybody Pogo mates
Hood River apples and Willamette Valley hops. Unfiltered and lightly
Behind the Barricades:
- Reserve Line
NOW IN BOTTLES Around Portland, Eugene, &
British Columbia - Scroll the News Feeds for listings and Tasting
Events - Our tribute to those who stand up against the status
quo, 1763 commemorates the year of the Cider Riots in the English
West Country, when cider lovers rose up and overthrew the nefarious
Prime Minister Bute who imposed a tax on cider. 1763 is inspired by
the West Country ciders that warranted such passion. Yamhill County
grown Yarlington Mill, Harry Masters Jersey, Dabinett, & Kingston
Black apples lend robust tannins, and rich flavours to a cider that’s
worth fighting for.
Hedgerow Fruits Scroll
the News Feeds for listings and Tasting Events - Dry
Cider with Black Currants & Italian Plums 6.9% ABV
Never Give an Inch NOW ON TAP
Around Portland - Scroll the News Feeds for listings and Tasting
Events - Oregon Blackberry Cider 6.9% abv - A testament to
determination, hard work, and downright cussedness, Never Give
an Inch celebrates the spirit of Oregon. Invasive Himalaya blackberries
run riot across the fencelines and fields all across western Oregon.
Fire, chemical poisons, machetes, bulldozers, even goats can only
beat back their inevitable advance, as they attempt to take over every
square inch of cleared land. Luckily their fruits are delicious, juicy,
and plentiful, spawning the phrase “as Cascadian as blackberry
In Never Give an Inch, Oregon blackberries and blackcurrants
combine with Hood River and Yakima-grown apples create a tart dry
cider with a fruity aroma.
Paddy Back Again in March 2015
- an Irish-style cider 6% abv - Plastic Paddy
is a fun-loving easy drinking cider released in honor of the 2-litres
(4.2 US pints) of Irish cider that Cider Riot! founder and cidermaker
Abram Goldman-Armstrong enjoyed so much as a student at University
College Cork. American dessert apples lack the characteristic tannins
of European cider apples, so in order to replicate the flavor profile
of a dry Irish cider, we use Barrys Gold Blend tea from County
Cork to infuse the cider with just enough tannins to balance the natural
acids of the Hood River dessert apples used to make it.
Tabor Neighbor - a hyper-local urban cider made with
apples grown in the North Tabor, Montavilla, and the Mount Tabor neighborhoods
of Portland, Oregon. Cider Riot! will involve the community with events
such as pressing days for the Tabor Neighbor blend, and a traditional
English wassail in January.
Blue Oak Specials
- Hyper limited release small batch ciders.
Meyer Lemon Cider - Super Limited
Release on Draft - Try it at the Cider
Summit June 20-21, 2014.
Blitzkrieg Hop - Fall 2014
- Fresh Hop Cider. Featured at St.
Paul Fresh Hop Fest
King of the Bop - Fall 2014
- Peach cider fermented with German Hefeweizen yeasts.
Featured at St.
2nd Annual Peche Fest
Urban Bounty Raspberry Cider - Summer
2014 - A dry cider made with freshly picked spray free
Sauvie's Island raspberries.
Cider Riot! is an urban cidery located in a detached garage off East Burnside
Street in Portland's North Tabor neighborhood dedicated to the production
of dry ciders. We use a variety of apples grown in Cascadia, including rare
English and French cider variety apples, wild apples from Yamhill County,
Oregon, and dessert apples from the Yakima and Hood River Valleys. Thanks
for visiting Cider