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12 Reviews
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Angela Kidston
· March 5, 2018
Love Heartwood Farm & Cidery!

Can't wait to get some more Eve Goes Bad Ass Cider so I can share with my family. Was introduced to the Black Current a couple of weeks ago as well which was very tasty.... Our friend from Halifax bought a bottle and shared with a friend in Grimbsy, who is now a fan as well! Kat, thanks for the tasting and Val thanks for the tour and lessons on the making of cider! See More
Nicolas Querques
· December 17, 2017
Amazing cidery just outside of my hometown of Acton. Extremely pleasantly surprised by the quality. Blown away by the hopped cider - wasn't aware a hopped cider of this quality was even possible. Lov...e this place. See More
Candy Michelle
· December 13, 2017
I love Dry Maple. My absolute favourite. Amazing product and great down to earth customer service make Heartwood Cidery sooo special!!! It is what you expect from small town living.
Ewen Lewis
· October 10, 2017
We had both the Hoppity and Currant Affair with our family at Thanksgiving. Everyone commented on how good they tasted and finished every last drop. Definitely be getting some more! Highly recommend t...hese ciders to anyone! See More
Martin Multamaki
· December 13, 2017
Fantastic products from great people! Hoppitty is unlike anything else on the market!
Jessa Chupik
· February 20, 2018
Will you be back at the Guelph Market again this coming Saturday? I loved the cider that I bought from you. Amazing!
Vivian Petho
· December 2, 2017
Bought the Hoppity Cider at the Orangeville Farmer's market today and enjoyed it with lunch! Loved this product!
Karen Buschert
· August 20, 2017
All three ciders were fantastic! I'll be ordering more. Very nice product!
LOVE my new scythe from Scythe Supply. With Joel Klassen.
Here's Joel with first fruits of the season!
Cutting hay with horses