Schedule a Cider Tasting

Please join us at the farm for a reservation only, in-depth cider tasting with the cider maker. Tastings are held at socially distant tables in our pop-up outdoor patio and served in flight format.

Your reservation includes a private table for your group, a flight of 8 ciders and food. Choose between baguette and butter or farmers lunch. The guided tasting lasts for 1 hour.

COVID update: Because not all folks are finished getting vaccinated and some are not able to, we ask that you please continue to wear a mask until you are seated. Our staff is fully vaccinated but will be wearing masks as well. We recognize this is an evolving situation and will continue to update our protocol so check back and please reach out with questions or concerns.

Stilton and Cider

Reservations are required. Use our online booking calendar or contact us.

Saturday Afternoons, 1:00 PM

We offer reservation-only tastings every Saturday at 1pm. You must schedule a tasting to attend. We have two tasting options:

Basic Tasting $15- a flight of 8 ciders served with baguette and local butter.

Tasting and Lunch $25- a flight of 8 ciders served with picnic fixings: baguette, local cheese, cured meat, and local produce.

Details on Tasting Reservations

  • Your group will have your own, socially distanced table outside.
  • In case of rain, the tasting will be held in the cider barn at socially distant tables.
  • The tastings will be served in flight format.
  • Ciders will be available for purchase after the tasting.
  • We limit our tastings to 10 people and under, so please be sure to reserve a space for each person in your group. We appreciate your consideration to cancel by e-mail 24 hours in advance if you find you can not keep the appointment.



Eve's Cidery is a rural, working farm. We are not a tourist destination. Therefore we are a little but tricky to find. Some map apps will tell you to park your car on the side of the road and walk into the woods to find us. Pay them no heed. Head toward 308 Beckhorn Hollow Rd. Once you cross the bridge over Cayuta Creek, we are the next place on the left. A big red and white gambrel roofed barn with a picture of the barn on it. There is no sign.