Barmann Cellars (Everson, Washington State)

Barmann Cellars Washington State Cidery Wine Cider Apples
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    Barmann Cellars is a family-owned business, locatedĀ on the southern slope of Sumas Mountain in the Puget Sound AVA on a solar-powered farm that is home to some of Whatcom County's oldest fruit trees. They celebrated theirĀ first release of commercially available tasty beverages in early 2023.

    Farming practices are inspired by organic, biodynamic, and rejuvenative methodsĀ that aim to build soil and plant health in a sustainable and eco-conscious manner. Estate-grown and locally sourced fruit inputs are used for fermentation, andĀ ciders are blended and bottled with care, by hand.

    Barmann Cellars growsĀ various apples, pears, quince, plums, cherries, peaches, fig, kiwi, and persimmon in their orchard, which are all used as inputs toĀ their ciders. They feature spontaneous ferments of fruit juices and have kicked off a solera barrel program in the fermentation station. TheĀ goal is always to be light handed in everything thatĀ they do on the farm and in the cidery.

    Barmann Cellars makes some unique and tastyĀ ciders, perries, and Poubelle. Poubelle is similar to a piquette in the wine world or a ciderkin in the cider-world - it's made from the upcycled fruit solids left behind after a first pressing.Ā 

    Find out more about Barmann Cellars by visiting their website.

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