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Northyards Cider Co.



Northyards Cider Co, recently re-located to a century-old, 29 acre orchard farm in Salmon Arm with 6,500 trees and 32 apple varietals, is a crispy and fresh addition to the Shuswap agri-scene. The craft cidery, tasting room, outdoor gathering area and Harvest Host, uses traditional cider making methods with 100% B.C. apples and fruits.

Learn about the historic property, tour the orchard, understand the production process from pressing, to processing, to canning and, best of all, tasting. Enjoy a flight of their cider in their beautiful tasting room or take in the epic view of the orchard from the outdoor patio.

By following an organic approach from crop to table, the team at Northyards embodies the values of local agriculture and craft production providing an authentic, fun and uniquely Shuswap experience to visitors and locals alike. 


3181 11 Ave NE
Salmon Arm, BC

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  • Monday12 – 6 PM
  • Tuesday12 – 6 PM
  • Wednesday12 – 6 PM
  • Thursday12 – 6 PM
  • Friday12 – 6 PM
  • Saturday12 – 6 PM
  • Sunday12 – 6 PM

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About Shuswap

A relatively undiscovered food lovers’ paradise awaits. Welcome to the Shuswap in BC’s Interior. 

Tucked slightly north of the Okanagan, east of the Thompson, and south of the Columbia in British Columbia’s interior, the region offers a four season climate, warmer than its northern neighbours’ winters and more temperate than the Thompson Okanagan summers. The growing conditions are ideal and the region, with a population of 60,000, is two and a half times the size of Prince Edward Island. Agriculturally rich, the Shuswap boasts over 600 farms, or one for every 100 residents, and shares the four arms of Shuswap Lake that has over 1,000 kilometres of shoreline. Nestled between the valleys, hills and mountains, the Shuswap features almost as many hiking, cycling and skiing trails as the lakeshore itself.

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