The folks behind naturally fermented cider company Swift are opening their first public tasting room. Cider maker Aidan Currie says the tasting room will open this spring, with a gluten-free restaurant to follow.
Swift’s flagship will have 24 taps, with 12 specifically dedicated to Swift ciders. Outside of cider, Currie plans to serve products made by Swift’s neighbors, like Happy Mountain Kombucha and Gron CBD drinking chocolate. Cannabidiol nerds will have more options than that, however; Swift also hopes to serve the occasional fermented experiments in its tasting room, including a CBD soda. Currie is particularly excited about the company’s single-varietal ciders, which guests can taste individually or build-their-own blend at the cider house’s blending bar.
The restaurant is still very much in development, but Currie says the kitchen should be 100 percent gluten-free. Stay tuned for more information about the incoming restaurant and tasting room.