The Double Tap List: The Best of #Cider on Instagram (Oct. 28–Nov. 3)

It’s that time of the week again, #ciderlovers. Friday is back! We say goodbye to October this week and welcome November like an grumpy-but-lovable old friend.

The arrival of Friday means a new version of The Double Tap List, our roundup of the most notable and like-worthy cider content on Instagram. The #ciderworld has been full of events this week with Halloween celebrations, contests and collaborations. Check out some of our favorites from October 28–November 3:

WortHog Cidery

I can’t tell if they’re casting a spell or singing some spooky harmonies, but the eyes on those witches are so creepy! I don’t think their scary appearances deterred any patrons from stopping by Torrey Ridge Winery to try some WortHog Cider last weekend. Made with New York apples, WortHog Cider is a real treat for all of your ghoulish festivities!

Eden Ciders, Farnum Hill Ciders & Stormalong Cider

Now this is what I call teamwork! What an amazing collaboration between some great New England cideries. Eden Ciders, Farnum Hill Ciders and Stormalong Cider joined forces to create a four-pack that contains a different cider in each can. The multi-pack includes one cider from each cidery, and the fourth can is a combination batch cider by all three. Kudos on the great collaboration, and props to The Wine and Cheese Cask for the snap!

Nine Pin Cider Works

Calling all local New York artists! Nine Pin Cider is accepting submissions for its upcoming group show, “Tchotchke.” The cidery is accepting 2D and 3D works of art that best interpret the concept of a tchotchke. Don’t know what a tchotchke is? Look it up here and check out Nine Pin’s post for more information on the contest. Deadline for submissions is January 10, 2018.

See Canyon Hard Cider Co.

We love how social cider folks are! Join See Canyon Cider for some drinking and mingling this Saturday, November 4, at Cider Social Saturday. Enjoy authentic street tacos and live music at its Paso Robles cidery while sipping local cider on tap!

Arsenal Cider House

It’s true, money can’t buy you love, but it can buy you some delicious cider! Arsenal Cider House knows that. Stop by this Civil War-themed winery in Pittsburgh this weekend and try some refreshing Herron’s Honeycrisp or the off-dry Fighting Elleck. Cider = liquid love. Shout-out to @lifesbeengood for the awesome photo!


Fun fact of the day: The first documentation of cider donuts occurred in Salem in 1692. Just kidding, but cider donuts are delicious.

Bonus #2!

I apologize for this being a wine Instagram post, but if binging on candy all this week has taught us anything, it’s that candy corn belongs in the trash!

What are your favorite #cider IG accounts to follow? Let us know in the comments, and don’t forget to follow Cider Culture, too! Check back in each Friday to see more of our favorite cider-related Instagram posts.

  • Feature photo: Kaboompics