Enjoy our Portrait Gallery below and see Our Apples for a list of all the beauties in Foggy Ridge Cider.
Arkansas Black—the flavor of this old southern apple improves a few months off the tree.
Dabinett—full of tannin and sugar, and an essential ingredient of Foggy Ridge Serious Cider.
Kingston Black—the famous English apple is one of the few apples with the balance of tannin, acid and sugar to create a single varietal hard cider.
Pitmaston Pinapple—a tiny spicy sugar bomb
PommeGris—looks like a potato and tastes of ginger
PommeGris Group—this heavily russetted apple is nearly pest free
Ribston Pippin—this very old (1709) English apple is a parent of Cox’s Orange Pippin. Ribston ripens
early at Foggy Ridge and adds lively acidity to the First Fruit cider blend.
Tremlett’s Bitter—a spindly hard to grow tree but a tannin filled fruit that contributes body to Foggy Ridge First Fruit.
Winter Jon—Southern cidermakers used this late season apple for cider for hundreds of years. Winter Jon ripens late and stores all winter…no one knows who “Jon” was, but this apple’s complex flavor and soft tannins add complexity to any cider.