Metro

Cider season is finally here and here’s where to taste it

I found myself at Brooklyn Cider House recently, and it opened my eyes to the world of ciders. Prior to my experience at the Brooklyn Cider house, my experience with ciders was tied to non-alcoholic variety. These ciders, however, are produced in the back of the building. Brooklyn Cider House is a triple threat — a bar, restaurant, and a cidery.

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Edible Brooklyn

Edible Brooklyn

Bushwick’s Brooklyn Cider House Adds Cocktails to the Menu

Bushwick mainstay Brooklyn Cider House, known for their natural ciders and spacious patio, offers plenty for cider fans and willing converts. But for the cider-shy, there’s now a fresh range of breezy summer cocktails to help survive the dog days of summer. Read the full article here



Grubstreet

Where to Party Like a Patriot Over the Fourth of July Weekend

Eat a whole hog and drink cider at Brooklyn Cider House.
Over in Bushwick, Brooklyn Cider House will celebrate America’s birthday with a pig roast starting at 1 p.m.

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Craft Cider Magazine

5 Cideries to Visit Outside City Limits

April through early November, drive the 80 miles outside of the Brooklyn bar to taste the Basque-inspired Raw and the Kinda Dry in the cider house’s big red barn in New Paltz, New York, before settling along the lake to enjoy one of the wood-fired pizzas served on-site. Read full article here

Architectural Digest

Architectural Digest

Architects Find New Inspiration in Abandoned American Factories

A 1960s furniture factory turned meat processing plant houses the brainchild of brother-sister duo Peter and Susan Yi, who spotted this Bushwick space in 2015. After dedicating two years to renovation, the Yis opened the Brooklyn Cider House, a 12,000-square-foot restaurant and area reminiscent of a Basque cider house in Spain. Read the full article here



Cidercraft

Cidercraft

Announcing the 2018 Cidercraft Awards Winners!

It was a lot of cider, but somebody had to taste it. In September, Cidercraft magazine asked nearly 50 cider industry professionals to sit and follow our mantra to drink cider. In a blind analysis, they critiqued, judged and analyzed over 400 ciders from around the globe, with the highest ranking ciders in each category taking the Double Gold medal… Read the full article here.

We’re thrilled to have our Brooklyn Cider House Raw as a winner in the Sour category!

Asian American Life

Asian American Life

Reporter Minnie Roh meets a sibling duo determined to restore hard apple cider’s reputation as the world’s oldest and most favored alcoholic beverage right here in Brooklyn at the Brooklyn Cider House! See the full feature here.

Matador Network

Matador Network

The 7 best NYC breweries to hide out in this winter

While technically not a beer brewery, Brooklyn Cider House is a cidery and Brooklyn’s first at that. It’s also a bar and restaurant, so you could easily spend several hours here with a group of people. Read the full article here

Infatuation

Infatuation

Where to Have Your Next Team Dinner: If you’re looking for something slightly (but only slightly) more activity-based, try Brooklyn Cider House in Bushwick. See article.

Forbes

Forbes

9 Dishes That Highlight The Flavors of Fall

This Brooklyn restaurant makes its own craft ciders, which are used to make the apple cider syrup generously drizzled over this craveworthy dessert featuring a warm apple fritter served alongside vanilla ice cream. Read full article here

New York Post

These 5 tri-state area orchards are for hard-core apple lovers

“Ugly apples taste better” is the motto at Twin Star Orchards, but don’t let that deter you: Their homegrown, farmed fruit may be homely but this rustic expanse is a sight for sore eyes, especially after a week in the city. Pick your own, then head to its Brooklyn Cider House tasting room for some of the hard stuff. Read the full article here

Visit Vortex

Visit Vortex

Peter Yi didn’t plan to fall in love with cider. “My first real career was in the wine business,” he says. “I was a taster and buyer of wine for 25 years; it was what I thought I wanted to do for the rest of my life.” See full article.

PureWow

Less than two hours from the city, you’ll find a little slice of apple-scented heaven in the form of this idyllic spot, the upstate sibling to Bushwick’s Brooklyn Cider House. The orchard grows several sustainably farmed varieties, including Macoun, Jonagold and Empire. After filling an “ugly apples taste better” tote bag, stick around for wood-fired pizza and free hard cider tastings. See full article.

Men's Journal

Men's Journal

10 Great Hard Ciders You’ll Definitely Want to Drink This Fall

Brooklyn Cider House: Raw

Inspired by rustic, bracingly sharp Basque cider, Brooklyn Cider House’s Raw undergoes fermentation with both wine and wild yeasts to develop an earthy, lemony acidity that would hack clean through a plate of rich cheese and charcuterie. See full list.

NY1

NY1

A Tour of a Spot in Bushwick Where Autumn is Arriving in the Form of Cider

Autumn certainly brings to mind the smell of freshly picked apples, and at the Brooklyn Cider House in Bushwick, a talented cider maker is turning those apples into a delicious journey through flavors. Watch segment.

FOOD & WINE

FOOD & WINE

Brooklyn Cider House is the Basque Cidery America Needs

Though cider often gets lumped in with beer, thanks to the beverage’s similar alcohol levels and penchant for being yellow and fizzy, good cider is actually far more like wine. Read full article.