Press

"Cider Business Flourishes" - Good Fruit Grower Magazine November 2013

Click here to watch the Good Fruit Grower interview with Craig and Marcus on YouTube.

Good Fruit Grower

"Cider Boom is On" - Chicago Tribune October 2013

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Chicago Tribune article

Showcase Central Washington: Made in the Valley

Click here to watch the episode with Marcus and Rob.

Showcase Central WA

"Cider: Britain's Most Misunderstood Drink?" - BBC Radio October 2013

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BBC pic

"Finding the Sweet Spot" - Good Fruit Grower Magazine October 2013

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Good Fruit Grower

Good Fruit Grower

"A Guide to Washington Cider" - Seattle Met October 2013

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Seattle Met

"Seattle's Thriving Hard Cider Scene" - Seattle Magazine October 2013

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Seattle Magazine

KIRO Radio - Sharon Campbell discusses "All Things Cider" with Seattle Kitchen

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Seattle Kitchen

Yakima Herald Republic - Lentil salad a food memory worth revisiting

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Lentil and Cherry Cider




Hard Cider Business in Tieton Growing in Popularity

July 1, 2013, KNDO, "Hard Cider Business in Tieton Growing in Popularity. Click here to see the story.

KNDOstory




Tieton Cider Works is delighted to announce Gold wins at both the 2013 Seattle Wine Awards and SIP Northwest Magazine’s Best of the Northwest competitions!

Tieton Wind Cider

Gold Seattle Wine Awards for Best Fortified Dessert

Tieton Frost Cider

Gold Seattle Wine Awards for Best Ice Dessert and Best Sweet Cider SIP Northwest’s Best of the Northwest Competition

 





Discover Yakima Valley - "Local Foodies Offer Recipes for Using Summer's Bounty"

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Cheese



TableTalk Radio with Jamie Peha

February 27, 2013 - Take a listen to the February 26th episode of the Northwest's own TableTalk radio program hosted by Jamie Peha. This episode Jamie discusses cider with Northwest Cider Association Executive Board members Sharon Campbell of Tieton Cider Works and Jill Lightner editor of Edible Seattle Magazine. Click here to hear the broadcast.

Jaime Peha




Serious Eats.com

September 2012

6 American Ciders for Hop Heads

by Chris Lehault

Traditionalists may be appalled by the idea of dry-hopping a cider. For the purist, great cider is born from the art of fermenting good apples and little else. Hops first found favor amongst beer brewers as a preservative, with their bittering and aromatic qualities really just a pleasant side-effect. Since cider has a natural tannic quality, and since it is not "brewed" to release the bitter compounds in the hops, why would hops find a home in the cider house? Click here to read the full article.

six dry hopped ciders

Martha Stewart Living

November 2012
Martha Stewart Press

Serious Eats.com

September 2012

6 American Ciders for Hop Heads

by Chris Lehault

Traditionalists may be appalled by the idea of dry-hopping a cider. For the purist, great cider is born from the art of fermenting good apples and little else. Hops first found favor amongst beer brewers as a preservative, with their bittering and aromatic qualities really just a pleasant side-effect. Since cider has a natural tannic quality, and since it is not "brewed" to release the bitter compounds in the hops, why would hops find a home in the cider house? Click here to read the full article.

six dry hopped ciders

The Cider Press: 7 Cherry Ciders to Extend Your Summer

by Chris Lehault

If there is one staple that just about every American cider maker produces besides good, old "cider," it has to be cherry cider. I would like to believe that there was some divine intervention by the goddess Pomona to inspire such a blend but, realistically, it is most likely the result of local availability. Most cherries are grown in temperate regions, with the Pacific Northwest, Michigan, and (to a much lesser extent) the Hudson Valley producing the bulk of the country's cherries. Notice a similarity between cherry growing regions and apple ones? Exactly. Click here to read the full article.

cherry ciders

 

 

The Yakima Herald

June 2012

Tieton Cider Works sipping on success

by Savannah Tranchell

TIETON, Wash. -- In the heart of Yakima's wine country, a Tieton company is growing one of the state's largest orchard of cider apples.

It's about 20 acres.

Compare that to the more than 150,000 acres of apples growing throughout the rest of Washington.

Those 20 acres in Tieton, combined with a few more acres of cherries, apricots and pears -- Tieton Cider Works boasts the nation's largest orchard of Perry pears at about 7 acres -- are the sole source of fruit for the 6-year-old company's nine varieties of hard apple cider.

The artisan cider company is owned by Sharon and Craig Campbell. It is one of only seven cider makers in the state and has grown exponentially since its launch. This year, the cidery is on schedule to exceed 10,000 cases of cider, plus another 10,000 case-equivelents in kegs. In 2008, they made 144. Click here to read the full article.

PCC Natural Markets Online

May 2012

Sipping Cider

As Washingtonians, we proudly claim our rightful place on the stage of world-class wines and cult-status beers. But waiting in the wings is our rising star in the world of craft beverage: artisan hard (fermented) cider. For nothing could be more expressive of Northwest terroir than cider, created from the fruit of our orchards. There is a revival of the ancient craft of hard cider-making, and Washington state is poised to play a starring role. Click here to read the whole article.

cider assortment pcc article

Yakima Herald

April 2012

Cider makers tout growth at wine event

SEATTLE -- In one corner of the Northwest's largest wine tasting event, a handful of hard cider makers peddled potions fermented from Washington apples, pears, cherries and apricots. Click here to read the whole article.

  

Sunset Magazine

October 2011

"Washington Day Trip-Tieton"

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Sunset Page 1

SIP

September / October 2011

"As American As Apple Cider" by Alex Hendler

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Sip article

Imbibe

September / October 2011

Hard Cider Round up by Imbibe Magazine

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Imbibe

Organic Gardening

September 2011

"A Taste Of History" by Diana Pittet

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Organic Gardening

Journey AAA

September / October 2011

"Bringing Cider Back" by Rob Bhatt

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Journey AAA

Beerwest

September 2011

"The Case for Cider" by Georgia Perry

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Beerwest magazine

Serious Eats (the blog)

  June 2011

"The Cider Press: Tieton Cider Works, Washington" A great article about our cider! Click here to read.

Yakima Herald

May 2011

"People who've never tried cider think it's overly sweet," said Robert, 31, cider maker for Tieton Cider Works. "In reality, real cider is almost a champagne style. It's dry and crisp."... Read the rest of the article here.

Sunset Magazine

October 2010

Tieton Cider Works featured in Sunset Magazine's 'The West at its Best' Cider roundup


Draft Magazine

Draft Magazine

October 2010

Tieton Cider Works featured in Draft Magazine's 'Draft Sixer~ Honor apple picking season with these six dometic ciders'

 

draft mag press


Tieton Cider Works & Harmony Orchards are profiled in print
 

August 2010
Tieton Cider Works and Harmony Orchards have been profiled in the recent publication American Terroir - Savoring the Flavors of Our Woods, Waters, and Fields by Rowan Jacobsen. Needless to say we are thrilled by the inclusion in this book by a James Beard Award-winning author. American Terroir  shares the best of America's bounty as it explains why place matters. As the back of the jacket says:  "Jacobsen gives us the history, the science, the grist but also the magic in an easy and natural voice."  Click here to see a schedule of readings with Rowan Jacobsen.

Rowan's book

New Awards from 2010 San Diego International Beer Festival

June 2010
We are proud to announce that our ciders have won 3 more awards this month at the In the Standard Cider Class: Tieton Blend - Placed 2nd, and Wild Washington Apple - Placed 3rd In the Specialty Cider Class: Our Cherry Cider - Placed 2nd

A Five Star review for Tieton Cider Works Cherry Cider from BevX.com

May 2010
This week’s Beverage of the Week is a not so subtle reminder of why we taste dozens and dozens of beverages each month. It’s an exploration of flavors and experiences with no passport required. At times it is tedious but these moments are not without reward. Our reward is found in discovering a classic beverage like Tieton Cider Works (TCW) Cherry Cider.
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New Company Is Taking A Good Hard Look At Cider

Tieton Cider Works Plans To Introduce Hard Cider As New Valley Product
By Scott Klepach Jr.
Soon the Yakima Valley will be able to get a taste of real hard cider from a local company. After several years of planning and acquiring the necessary materials, the members of Tieton Cider Works are about ready to introduce themselves to the public. It’s all for the love of cider.
Click here to download and read the October 2009 Yakima Business Times Article

Tieton Cider Works ~ Tieton, Washington

January 9, 2010 by oldtimeydave
I think Washington State and the Northwest moreover is setting the stage to be a cider power house. This year in Washington we have not 1, not 2, but 3 brand spankin’ new cider makers. One based in the “Apple Capital of the World” Wenatchee WA., one working around Port Townsend WA., the last one and not-so coincidentally the topic of this post is located in a little place just outside Yakima Washington called Tieton.
Click here to read January 2010 'Old Time Cider' visits Tieton Cider Work

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