A local hard cider company that’s made a national name for itself, Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider is about to triple its production with a new cidery, according to a press release. The new facility will set up at 1211 N Loring St., about a mile from its current Northeast cidery and taproom. The building is owned by Dave’s Killer Bread co-founder Shobi Dahl, and the press release also reports Dahl has invested an undisclosed amount in the hard cider company.
At 21,000 square feet, the new cidery will be able to produce around 25,000 barrels. Reverend Nat’s total 2016 production was 4,500 barrels. The company expects to move all cider production to the new facility in 2018.
Also in 2018, Reverend Nat’s is overhauling its taproom, located inside its current cider-making facility at 1813 NE 2nd Ave. Right now, the space has around 12 taps, with the option to bring in food from nearby restaurants (Sizzle Pie and Pine State Biscuits are located in the same building).
- Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider [Official]