Redbyrd Orchard Cider is a small cidery with Certified Biodynamic managed orchards.

We grow heirloom, wild seedling, and cider apples to produce distinct hand-crafted orchard based ciders.  Redbyrd Orchard Cider has been making cider for the public since 2010 and planted our first orchards in 2003.

 Redbyrd Orchard is located in the rolling hills of the Finger Lakes region of Upstate New York, on the traditional Gayogohó:no nation lands of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. The Confederacy precedes the establishment of New York state, and the United States of America.

In acknowledgement, a portion of sales from our orchard are contributed to Ganondagan. Find out more about the Iroquois White Corn Project here.

Redbyrd Orchard Cider's certified biodynamic cider apples. Photo Credit: Redbyrd Orchard Cider

Join Our Cider Club: The Redbyrd Flight

Our curated selection of Redbyrd ciders put together by cidermaker and orchardist, Eric Shatt. Released 4 times a year. Will include at times vertical offerings, library ciders, limited releases, often both still and sparkling ciders…always what we are drinking here at the orchard. Members receive an additional 10% off all Redbyrd Orchard Cider purchases.

Prices range from $45-$75 per shipment for 3 bottle Redbyrd Flight

Prices range from $100-$150 per shipment for 6 bottle Redbyrd Flight

~Shop All Our Ciders Here~

Learn about the apples we grow and our biodynamic orchard practices.

Cider Makers, Orchardists, Artists: Eric Shatt & Deva Maas are Redbyrd Orchard Cider

Eric Shatt at Redbyrd Orchard Cider's workhorse of a press, Big Bertha. Photo Credit: Redbyrd Orchard Cider.

 We are locally part of a collaborative reparation cider project in partnership with Khuba International for their local Quarter Acre For the People. Find out more about reparations work.
We support the Northeast Farmers of Color Land Trust and we hope you will too! Find out more here and become a patron here.  Thanks! “NEFOC is working towards a collective vision of advancing land and food sovereignty in the northeast region through permanent and secure land tenure for POC farmers and land stewards who will use the land in a sacred manner that honors our ancestors dreams – for sustainable farming, human habitat, ceremony, native ecosystem restoration, and cultural preservation.”