The might of apples in the Yakima Valley predates both the craft beer boom, and the evolution of wineries. But there wasn’t hard cider until Tieton Cider Works came on the scene in 2009. Luckily, Craig Campbell, third generation farmer, had become enchanted by cider apples – gnarly, inedible wild apple varieties needed to make great cider. He and his wife Sharon now have the largest acreage of cider apples and Perry pears in the state of Washington. Explore great cider in the place where apples grow best.