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We make the most distinctive Ice Cider and Hard Cider in the world. The Ice Ciders are bottled in 187 and 375 ml sizes and the Hard Cider in 22 oz and mini Growlers. We also have a nice Apple Wine bottled in 750ml.  Enjoyed for everything from wedding favors & toasts to sitting on your front porch watching a sunset.

The Cidery is located in the scenic Hall’s Orchard of Isle La Motte. The property has been in the family since the late 1700’s. Generations of Halls have been cultivating apples and pears since the orchard was started. From 1828 until 2005 when the matriarch of the family, Mina Hall passed away the family has lived in the farm house. The historic stone house was built by the Scottish stone mason, James Ritchie. The stone in the house was quarried on the island and ancient coral reef fossils can be found in them.

 

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Winter weather is upon us! Don’t let the cold and snow keep you home.  Be sure to visit the Burlington Farmers’ Market at Memorial Auditorium this Saturday from 10:00 – 2:00.  There are many great products to choose from, delicious foods to eat there and our distinctive varieties of Ice and Iced Hard Ciders to sample and purchase!

If you are in the St. Albans area, stop in at Local Fare, 22 Main Street. Treat yourself to a full tasting of our ciders and take home your special variety!  Be sure to visit all the vendors and see what northwestern Vermont has to offer!

We monitor our email so if you are planning on being out and about and want to pop in for a tasting you can email us at hallhomeplace@fairpoint.net.

The Winter Burlington Farmers’ Market is on Saturdays at Memorial Auditorium in Burlington from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

The 2016 dates are 01/09, 01/23, 02/06, 02/20, 03/05, 03/19 and 4/2. http://www.burlingtonfarmersmarket.org/

We will also have our 32 ounce Growlers at the markets!

For a full tasting experience you can visit us at Local Fare, 22 Main Street, St. Albans, VT on Saturday’s from 10:00 – 3:00.