Tastings and Events

Not finding an event in your area? You can always have Redbyrd delivered right to your doorstep…


You can find us every Wednesday 4-7pm at the Trumansburg Farmers’ Market May-October, at the Village Park in Trumansburg, corner of Rt. 96 and Rt.227.

You can find us every Thursday 10-3pm at the Corning Farmers’ Market thru October, at the Riverfront Park in Corning, NY.

Finger Lakes Cider Week is coming up soon! Save the Date Oct.2nd-11th!!! Find out more and register to get all the details


Due to Covid19 and our incredibly small tasting room we are not currently open. Currently all orchard tours and tastings by appointment are suspended. Stay safe and healthy everyone.


February 21st A Redbyrd Collaboration Dinner with Hazelnut Kitchen in Trumansburg, NY.

Seatings from 5-9pm, by reservation only.

Eric and Deva from Redbyrd Orchard Cider will be pouring and chatting all evening at Hazelnut Kitchen. Hazelnut Kitchen will be serving a three course prix fixe menu perfectly paired with three Redbyrd Orchard ciders. Come celebrate Winter Recess with us!

Ciders: 2018 Redbyrd Rosé( the last bottles of this one of a kind cider!), 2018 Vernal Cloudsplitter, 2019 Biodynamic Starblossom (not yet released, exciting!!)
Menu: TBD
Price: $40 per person ++ by reservation only by calling 607-387-4433

January 17th Wassail at Redbyrd Orchard Cider’s Reynolds Road Orchard

Join us for an evening of rousing fun and revelry! We’ll stomp through the orchard and then share in music and food and libation. Bring a dish to pass and stay for dinner! We’ll have a few flashlight led winter orchard tours, lots of hot cider, and fiddle music to knock your socks off…so dress warm!

When?   January 17, FRIDAY! From 4:30 PM until 8pm   Wassailing will occur at sunset, don’t miss it

Where? At Redbyrd’s orchard in Trumansburg!

Where is that? 4491 Reynolds Rd., Trumansburg, NY 14886

What’s Wassailing?  We’ll march down the orchard rows, sing songs, pour cider on the ground round the oldest tree, offer cider soaked toast to the tree spirits and bang on pots to rid the orchard of the naughty spirits…Redbyrd style, of course. Read more about the old tradition of orchard wassailing here. 

And this great recent piece in the Smithsonian about Wassailing at Redbyrd

Please consider supporting the Northeast Farmers of Color Land Trust.  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.”

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