We love hard cider! And Idaho happens to be an excellent area for growing apples. We thought it was time to make a craft hard cider with our own Peaceful Belly spin. Clay has been passionate about using Idaho apples and adding his own special flare. Stack Rock Cidery is now available at the Boise Coop and Farmers Market.
Dry Creek runs like a vein of life through our farm. Spontaneously chaotic to tranquil and meandering; the chorus flanking its sides rejoices at dawn and howls at stardust. The raw nature of Dry Creek is captured in this bottle. A cider for those who forage for a crisp and wild taste; thirst-quenching, complex in spirit and totally captivating, just like our beloved high desert.
Hard Guy seeks rugged explorers who love to burn and rejoice all on one trail. The unforgiving, hot, desert climb to a pine stippled ridge-line is quickly forgotten in a recklessly fun downhill. This apple wine with spice added is for those who need heat in their lives but also want the reward of a thirst-quenching drink. It’s the perfect ice cold accompaniment of a hot Idaho day filled with rivers, lakes, mountains, and deserts, and plenty of good old-fashioned fun.
Hulls Gulch is a place attainable to we who are moved by the spirit of exploration. We are in awe of the striking red cliffs, enchanted by tiny waterfalls, startled by rocky canyons, and amused by aspen clusters. Some rush past, soaring on freedom and the adrenaline kick of the terrain, while others move with slow purpose, marveling in wonder at unexpected places. This apple wine with natural flavor is for those who enjoy their own “private” Idaho pace. So refreshing you can glide right through or simply sit back and savor every moment.
Back Country Wild-Fermented Hard Cider is a toast to all the wild places in Idaho. This unique, hard cider uses the natural yeast found in the skins of the apples in fermentation.
Sunny Slope Semi-Sweet Hard Cider is the best of Summer’s sweetness in a bottle.
Our Farmhouse Style Cider is bottle conditioned and has naturally occurring yeast deposits. Gently pour as to not to disturb the lees. Best stored and served chilled.