Welcome

  We’re glad you are here! Our small cidery and holistically managed orchards grow heirloom, wild seedling, and cider apples to make the best cider we possibly can and provide a space to connect with each other, the land, and the cosmos.

~~FINGER LAKES CIDER WEEK IS OCT 1st-9th!~~

September 30-October 2nd Ithaca’s 40th Apple Harvest Festival

This will be our first time at this busy fun celebration of fall in the finger lakes. We’ll be rolling out something very special and can’t wait to share it with you!!! Come see us there! Downtown Ithaca, Friday 12-6pm, Sat & Sun 10am-6pm, yay!!

October 5th Redbyrd at Trumansburg Farmers’ Market 4-7pm

October 6th Redbyrd at Cider Fest & Market

October 8th 2-6pm Come visit us at our cidery!!!!

In-Depth Redbyrd Tastings with The Cidermaker at 2pm, 3pm, 4pm & 5pm CLICK HERE FOR TASTING TICKETS. These are limited to ten people per tasting so get your tickets now $10/per person 🙂

We’ll also have bottle sales 2-6pm no appointment needed, Boney T Hot Sauce Tastings & Sales! Come say hello!!!! Buy a bottle of cider and enjoy here at Redbyrd Orchard, 4491 REYNOLDS RD. Trumansburg, NY.

October 8th Cider Pop-Up  at Lively Run Dairy with cider friends!



 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.


YOUR MOMENT OF PEACEFUL VIEWING…

Hamlin Sawmill’s founder building an apple crate on machine he created. An artisan at their finest, and yes, that classical music really was playing in the workroom when i came to pick up our pallet of Redbyrd crates. They have since retired from crate making and are sorely missed. We love our crates. Making this video was really special. Thank you so much www.onebushelcrate.com


We support the Northeast Farmers of Color Land Trust and we hope you will too! Find out more here and become a patron here.

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