How’d you like them apples: These B.C. cider producers do home delivery

Staying at home doesn't mean you need to deprive yourself of cider

If there’s a silver lining to this whole COVID-19 quarantine, it’s that it’s never been more socially acceptable to drink alone at home! And with many B.C. craft cider producers now doing home delivery, it’s easier than ever to get your favourite bevvies dropped off right at your doorstep. Just remember to tip the delivery driver and put on some pants while you’re at it.

With that in mind, we’ve compiled this handy guide of B.C. cideries that are doing home deliveries. Good luck, and wash your hands!

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Bricker Cider Company

Home deliveries to Sunshine Coast available via online store; free over $30.


BX Press

Online shop open with local home delivery options in the Vernon area.


Cliffside Cider

Delivery available.


Creek and Gully

Free shipping across Canada on three bottles or more; 10 per cent off pick up orders.


Dominion Cider

Free shipping across Canada.


Merridale Cidery and Distillery

Open for pick-up, online orders available.


Nomad Cider

Free shipping on online purchases of $100 or more. Local pick-up is free and can be arranged for prepaid online purchases.


Northyards Cider Co.

Delivery in Squamish only; $2.40 charge.


Sea Cider

Free local delivery with six or more bottles.


Wards Cider

Free shipping to Alberta and B.C. until April 30 on order of $150 or more, free local deliveries on purchases of $100 or more.


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