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It starts with heirloom apples

We carefully cultivate and select the apple varietals for our cider. With such a rich heritage of apple growing in the Okanagan, we’re spoiled for choice.

We raise and harvest a variety of heirloom cider apples, as well as crab and dessert apples at our orchards in Summerland.

Small-batch cider from branch to bottle

We do everything by hand so that we can craft the highest quality cider, experiment with some interesting ingredients and techniques, and keep it fun.

Magic Hour
session dry

First Principles
flagship dry

Pretty To Think So
with raspberries

Thick As Thieves
with ginger

Lost Generation

All That Glitters
with nectarine

2022 Harvest Experimental Series

Single-varietal heritage apples, wild yeasts, co-fermentation with other tree-fruit from our farm and natural conditioning techniques.

These are unique one-off experiments that we may or may not make again.

Available at the tasting room, to Cider Club members and some select stockists.

Cider Club 2023

Membership includes twelve ciders shipped to your door, exclusive releases, 25% discount online and in-person, and a monthly newsletter from our cidermaker Mike.

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6 x 750ml bottles and 6 x 473ml tall cans.
Free shipping within Canada.
Limited number of spots available.

Hope Springs Eternal
English bittersweet cider apples fermented with wild yeasts and crushed peaches from Windrosa Farms in Summerland

Falling In Staves
English bittersweet cider apples fermented with wild yeasts and crushed apricots from Windrosa Farms in Summerland

Theory and Practice (Pét Nat)
Eighteenth century heirloom apples Belle de Boskoop and Newtown Pippin, fermented with wild yeasts and bottled using the méthode ancestrale

Ever Closer Union
Macintosh cider fermented with wild yeasts and Dolgo crabapples

Nom de Plume
English bittersweet cider apples fermented with wild yeasts and estate-grown Italian plums

Once and Future
Bartlett and Anjou pears fermented with wild yeasts and quince fruit

Quiet of the Land
Estate grown 18th century French heirloom Muscadet de Dieppe apples fermented with wild yeasts

Times Like These
Early season Transparent apples fermented at record high summer temperatures with Norwegian kveik yeast

Hue & Cry
A blend of Hyslop, Kerr, and Dolgo crabapples fermented with wild yeasts

We also have 30L kegs of cider. Get in touch to see what is available.

Available at fine locations

Last updated: November 2023

Founded by three friends

We all grew up in the countryside: Robin in southern England, Luke in Saskatchewan, and Mike right here in Summerland.

We started Dominion Cider Co. because we wanted to create something from scratch, with our hands, on land that we steward. We wanted to build a company that celebrates with a cold cider after a day of hard work. A company that is enduring, sustainable, and honest.

We named our cidery after the
Dominion Experimental Farms

Dominion Experimental Farms was an agricultural network stretching from coast to coast created in the late 1800s to support Canadian farmers. It's got more than a century of history here in Summerland, BC. It’s a name that means heritage, collaboration, and innovation — values that inspire us.

Set up to study and develop new apple varieties introduced by early settlers from Europe, the Dominion Experimental Farm created a legacy of distinctive heritage apples around here. Over time, as tastes changed, many orchards were replaced by vineyards – the heritage apples forgotten. We're bringing them back.


We care about the local community and are aware of our responsibility as a company to contribute positively to that community’s social and environmental fabric. We’re making purposeful contributions every year to support the issues that are important to us. This year, we’re supporting the important work of the following organizations.

  • Hogan’s Alley Society
    A non-profit organization committed to daylighting the presence of Black history in Vancouver and throughout British Columbia.

  • Pacific Association of First Nations Women
    Advocacy for systems change, providing Indigenous, culturally safe learning and holistic support to uplift Indigenous women and strengthen families.

  • Summerland Food Bank
    The Summerland Food Bank provides emergency food and information and referral services for people in need in Summerland.

  • Penticton Soupeteria
    Providing anyone in need with a bowl of fresh made hearty hot soup with a sandwich and a dessert every day of the year.

  • Wavaw Rape Crisis Centre
    A feminist, anti-oppressive, decolonizing rape crisis centre providing support services and advocating for social and systemic change through education, outreach and activism.

Made in a little quonset on our farm

From branch to bottle, we do everything by hand at our farm: from picking apples and pressing juice, to bottling and drinking it with you at our on-site tasting bar. And we are pretty lucky to have a bunch of family and friends help out with every aspect of the process. Come by and share some cider with us.

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MON   11am — 5pm
TUE   closed
WED   closed
THU   11am — 5pm
FRI   11am — 5pm
SAT   11am — 5pm
SUN   11am — 5pm

10216 Gould Avenue (map)
Summerland, BC
(778) 516-8006

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