Our Ciders

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Golden Mile - Golden Russet Cider

Our award-winning Golden Mile Cider is crafted with 100% Durham Region Golden Russet Apples and lightly sweetened with honey from our orchard in Port Perry to produce a semi-sweet cider with a refreshing semi-dry taste.

We named this cider in honour of the location of our first cidery.  Toronto’s Golden Mile, located at Eglinton and Warden, was constructed to support Canada’s WWII supply efforts. Afterward, this site became a hub of industry and prosperity; the Queen even stopped by to check it out.  Our cidery is located in one of these war-era buildings and also has a tunnel in the basement that once connected it to the other buildings in the neighbourhood!


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Hex Press  - Dry Cider

Our Award-winning Hex Press is a UK-inspired dry cider that is crafted with a blend of Ontario heirloom and bittersweet cider apples to provide a fruit-forward nose followed and a full-bodied mouthfeel that has a refreshing proper cider finish.  

Hex symbols are deeply rooted in ancient farming traditions and were thought to contain magical powers that would bring good luck to the family, farm and community.  Here’s to your good luck!

Where can you buy Two Blokes Cider?

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Fun Facts & Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Where is your orchard and farm located?

A:  We’re located at 21300 Simcoe Street, Seagrave, Ontario.  Just north of Port Perry and about an hour drive from downtown Toronto.

Q: Can I come and visit the farm?

A: YES! We host events at the farm throughout the summer so come up during one of these events.   When we’re not hosting events, the farm is in “work” mode and isn’t open to the public unfortunately. 

Q: Is your cidery open to the public?

A: No, unfortunately we are currently in the process of building our cidery at the farm.  We are currently being housed in a (somewhat) secret temporary off-site location, but work is in progress for our on farm cidery which will be open to the public.  

 

Q: Is your cider Gluten Free?

A: YES! Proper cider should never have gluten in it.  All of our ciders are gluten free.

Q: What temperature should I serve cider at?

A: We server our ciders chilled to about 4C for our Hex Press and 8C for our Estate Ciders

 

Q: Why don’t you sell cider online?

A: We can’t sell cider online yet as our cidery and orchard aren’t on the same property (yet).  We’re working on solving that and will have an online portal up as soon as possible.

 

Q:  How long does it take to make cider? 

A:  About 6 weeks for primary fermentation and then another 3-6 months afterwards to clarify and let the cider mature.