Slippery Slope: Meet the Crew

In this series, I plan to introduce you to the Slopeswell team through a bunch of questions, both personal and professional. For part one, I asked Jon, our longest-surviving taproom staffer, a little bit about himself. Meet the Crew: Jon Terhaar, Taproom Server & Wholesale Assistant, 3-year Crew Member 1. Let’s start with the basics, […]

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Inside the Tanks: We Are One

When I was 25, my girlfriend and I went to Mexico for a month. I’d never heard of windsurfing back then, so this wasn’t some summer trip to La Ventana. We went to study Spanish and meet people. The area we visited was The Free and Sovereign State of Chiapas. Many people go there to […]

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Now selling eGift Cards!

Brand new to our lineup of offerings are eGift Cards you can purchase online for all of the amazing cider lovers in your life! These gift cards can be used in our taproom for handcrafted cider, NW beer, wine, kombucha, taster trays, food, growlers to go, merch, and so much more! Through the end of […]

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Northwest Cider Association Cider Map

The Northwest Cider Association has created a uniquely interactive and thorough online map to navigate all of your favorite Northwest cideries, throughout Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and British Columbia. This interactive map allows for you to filter cideries based on location, open hours, available tours, and more while creating your own personal itinerary. We always […]

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Slopeswell Celebrates Heights

In July, we introduced cans to our Slopeswell family for the first time. We decided to package our Heights cider in cans for two reasons: 1. It’s a semi-dry, easy-drinking cider that we think stays true to our brand as a dry, old world take on modern cider that sips beautifully in a can and […]

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Slopeswell Brings Home the Bronze

The Slopeswell Cider gang has brought home a bronze medal for Homestead from the 2019 Portland International Cider Cup! This unique, wild-fermented cider, made with single-varietal Jonagold apples from Upper Valley Farms in Parkdale, Oregon, was the only medal winner in the Wild/Non-Sac category. The cider is on tap at our cidery for Oregon Cider […]

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