Alma Cider (Skagit Valley, Washington State)

Alma Cider (Skagit Valley, WA)
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    "Alma" is the original word for the apple. In Spanish, "Alma" means soul, and in Latin, it means nurturing spirit. To Dave and Heather Klawer, owners of Alma Cider, Alma means putting their soul and our spirit into knowing and respecting the land, growing the best possible fruit, and making the highest quality cider. 

    Alma Cider is a small family business established in 2019, born from a dream to spend the days working outside in nature and to grow an unparalleled cider apple crop. In addition to making cider, Dave and Heather work tirelessly operating Bitters & Sharps Orchard in the Skagit Valley of Washington State, where they are planting a 36-acre cider apple orchard as well as providing orchard planning, grafting, and consultation services. 

    You can learn more about Alma Cider on their website.

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