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We make Cider!

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Beer or Cider? It’s such a hard choice. Now, no matter which you choose to drink, Collective Arts has options for you. Yes, we now make craft cider, TWO ciders actually.

Why cider? Jeff Tkachuk, a partner of Collective Arts Brewing states, “we are excited to add these two craft ciders to our portfolio. This has been part of our plan since day one at Collective Arts. Both Local Press and Apple & Cherry are made with pure juice and fermented semi-dry resulting in highly approachable and refreshing ciders. They are of course also gluten-free and vegan friendly.”

Matt Howell, Collective Arts cider maker describes the process as “the ability to use traditional methods with local, on hand ingredients to produce a bright, complex, fruity beverage is what I love about making cider”

Collective Arts Craft Ciders

Local Press Apple Cider [5.6% ABV]

Made from 100% locally sourced, Ontario grown Northern Spy, IDA Red, and Spartan apples fermented with a French cider yeast resulting in a dry, pleasant base liquid. A small portion of fresh juice is then blended back to balance the acid impart a fresh fruit nose. This naturally gluten-free cider is an off-dry, crisp, clean and refreshing cider. Montreal artist Simon Mallette St-Pierre created Splatter Rabbit for Series Three. We thought his work would look amazing on a cider can.

Apple & Cherry Cider [5.0% ABV]

We start with Local Press cider and blend in fresh Montmorency cherry juice from the Niagara escarpment. The final product is bright and colourful with a tart fruity pallet and a rich sharp nose. Like a sweet cherry pie without the buttery crust, this cider is a sweet indulgence in a glass. Apple&Cherry features the art of Series Two art its Amanda Burk. To view Amanda’s work visit

Collective Arts Craft Ciders are now available in the following select grocery stores throughout Ontario; here are a few:


Etobicoke: Loblaws, 380 The East Mall
Georgetown: Real Canadian Superstore, 171 Guelph Street
Hamilton: Fortinos, 65 Mall Rd.
Mississauga: Loblaws, 5010 Glen Erin Dr.
Newmarket: Real Canadian Superstore, 18120 Yonge St
Oshawa: Real Canadian Superstore, 1385 Harmony Rd N.
Toronto: Loblaws, 50 Musgrave Street
Toronto: Real Canadian Superstore, 2549 Weston Rd
Toronto: Real Canadian Superstore, 51 Gerry Fitzgerald (Dufferin & Steeles)
Toronto: Loblaws, 17 Leslie St (Leslie & Lakeshore)
Ancaster: Sobeys, 977 Golf Links Rd.
Paris: Sobeys, 307 Grand River St N.
Hamilton: Starskys, 685 Queenston Rd.


Kingston: Loblaws, 1100 Princess St.
Ottawa: South Kanata Real Canadian Superstore, 760 Eagleson Road
Ottawa: Loblaws College Square Market, 1980 Baseline Rd.
Ottawa: Sobeys, 193 Metcalfe St.
Stittsville: Browns Your Independent Grocer, 1251 Main St.


Cambridge: Zehrs, 400 Conestoga Blvd.
Kitchener: Highland Hills Real Canadian Superstore, 875 Highland Ave. W.
London: Oakridge Mall Real Canadian Superstore, 1201 Oxford St. W.
Windsor: Real Canadian Superstore, 4371 Walker Rd.


Thunder Bay: Real Canadian Superstore, 971 Carrick Street

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