Portland Cider Co. Relocates to Clackamas in Big Expansion

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The Portland Cider Company is relocating operations from Oregon City to a larger location in a Clackamas business park to grow operations and meet demand. That means the company will close all operations at the original location–including the tasting room–and move up to Clackamas, reopening at 8925 SE Jennsen Road. Clackamas, Oregon.
The Portland Cider Company is investing approximately $1 million to increase the size of its operation ten fold, according to Jeff Parrish, Portland Cider Company owner and master ciderist. “Our sales have more than doubled each year since we started bottling our cider in 2013,” Parrish said. “We will be able to produce over 1.5 million gallons of cider annually in this new location, which is a significant step in our company’s growth.”

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The 20,000 square foot facility, located in Clackamas adjacent to Interstate 205, will open in April and replaces the company’s present operation in Oregon City. It will include a taproom where customers can enjoy an assortment of Portland Cider Company ciders on tap, including the flagship flavors–Kinda Dry, Sorta Sweet, Pearfect Perry and Hop’rageous. In addition to these popular flavors, the company also offers seasonal varieties. Currently those include Mojito, Maui Cruiser and Passion Fruit. The taproom will be open from noon until 8 pm Sunday through Thursday and noon until 10 pm Friday and Saturday.
The Portland Cider Company has another location, the Portland Cider House, in Portland’s Hawthorne District, which also offers cider on tap to the public. The bottled and canned ciders are available in Oregon, Washington, Colorado, and California.

About Portland Cider Company – The Portland Cider Company was started in October 2012 by an Oregonian and a family of British expats with the mission of bringing cider, handcrafted in the English tradition, to the Northwest. For more information, visit www.portlandcider.com

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