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We didn't do the tour, you have to book that online ahead of time.
They let you sample 5 ciders for free. We went Friday evening, was a nice setting, hip crowd. Staff is super helpful and friendly. Growler deposit is cheap, so affordable to...More
We came across this cider house by accident when visiting the ICA Watershed. Such a delightful surprise to be offered free samples of this delicious beverage! The original and the pumpkin spice were the winners. The staff were lovely and they were playing awesome tunes....More
Went this past weekend to widen my hard cider palet, and Downeast Craft Cider did not disappoint! Took a tour and tasted basically everything on tap, plus 2 flavors only available at this location, along with the unfiltered cider they start with. Very cool vibe,...More
I am usually not a cider guy, but there were multiple ciders that I liked here. My wife liked it as well. The best part of all was the free cider. Just for visiting, they give you five free 3 oz taster tickets. There was...More
The location is a bit tough to get to in East Boston but the Cider is second to none. I preferred the vibe of the old location but they can produce much more cider at the new location. Definitely book a FREE tour and you...More
I traveled to Boston recently with my mom, and we agreed that seeing Downeast Cider House (and trying their selection of amazing ciders) was one of the highlights of our trip. The people working there are super-friendly and were able to tell us a lot...More
Took a tour. Friendly tour guide. The tour is free and you get a sample flight. I suggest booking the tour online early... they fill up quickly. They try out different flavors often. Downeast is my all time favorite cider because it’s full of flavor!...More
We had an overnight layover in Boston and stopped here on our way to our hotel. We were introduced to Down East cider last time we were in Boston and loved it so much that we wanted to visit the brewery. The hardest part was...More