Follow This Map Straight to New York Cider

Photo by Yvonne Albinowski

There’s a reason New York is known for its apples: They’re some of the best in the world. Here at Edible, we celebrate our state’s terroir—which, in so many ways, is defined by its legendary apples—in every story we share. It is a privilege, then, to partner with the New York Apple Association and the New York Cider Association to continue to share the stories of the ‘big apples’ growing just outside the Big Apple itself. Join us as we showcase all that New York apples have to offer: on the plate, in the glass, and beyond.

The New York Cider Association cultivates the cider industry. Founded in 2015 by pioneering New York cider makers with leadership from agricultural non-profit Glynwood, the New York Cider Association was created to foster community and act as the collective voice and organizing body for apple growers and cider makers throughout the state.

Use this map to see and support all of the New York Cider Association-affiliated cideries.

Meghan Harlow

Meghan is the editor of Edible East End and Edible Long Island.