Make Cider

The brainchild of a couple of friends, South City Ciderworks started out of necessity - the necessity to fill the void in the craft cider scene with a product that is easy drinking, rationally portioned, and affordably priced. 

Our goal is to create a hard cider that can be enjoyed by everyone whether it's 100 degrees out or 30 degrees out. We strive to craft a product that is neither overly sweet nor so dry that it leaves you craving sugar with every sip. Our 12 oz cans are easily approachable and whether you're at the bar or picking us up at your neighborhood bottle shop you can rest assured that you won't be breaking the bank to enjoy South City Cider. Lastly, but most importantly, at South City Ciderworks we recognize the importance of community involvement and philanthropy which is why we are devoted to giving back to our community and making a difference globally and locally. 

SOUTH CITY CIDERworks. MAKE CIDER MAKE A DIFFERENCE. ™

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At South City Ciderworks we strive to be a leader in our industry by setting an example and giving back to our community locally and worldwide. Below is a list of partners that we support - feel free to check out their links and get involved! 

 
 
1% for the planet
Cupids Undie Run

 

PENINSULA HUMANE SOCIETY AND SPCA:

Peninsula Humane Society opened its doors in 1950 and serves the San Mateo County community with the following services: animal adoptions, lost and found, animal control, cruelty investigation, community outreach/education, wildlife rehabilitation, spay/neuter, pet loss support groups, and their Hope Program that helps the neediest shelter animals with medical and/or behavior problems. For more information please visit Peninsula Humane Society and SPCA.

 

 

SAMARITAN HOUSE, SAN MATEO COUNTY:

Since 1974, Samaritan House has been serving low-income families and individuals throughout San Mateo County. With the help of thousands of volunteers and donors every year, they help meet the basic daily needs of more than 12,000 individuals in our community by providing food, shelter, clothing, healthcare and multitude of other services. For more information please visit Samaritan House San Mateo

 

1% for the planet: 

1% for the Planet's mission is to build, support and activate an alliance of businesses financially committed to creating a healthy planet. To date they have invested more than $100 million towards positive environmental change. For more information please visit 1% for the Planet

 

 

CUPID'S UNDIE RUN: 

The Cupid's Undie Run is a 4 month long fundraising effort for the Children's Tumor Foundation that is capped off by a party and a brief fun run in your bedroom best. The Children's Tumor Foundation is the largest non-government funded research organization finding a cure for Neurofibromatosis (NF). In 2015 South City Cider was the title sponsor for the San Francisco Run raising over $6,000 for NF research. For more information please visit Cupid's Undie Run.  

 

News and Events

sIERRA NEVADA BEER CAMP sAN FRANCISCO: SATURDAY, JUNE 18TH

The beer camp festival will be held at Pier 35 in San Francisco. The event features over 127 different breweries and cideries, a commemorative tasting glass, food trucks galore, and live music performed by Cracker.  

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Oakland Zoo - Walk in the wild: saturday, june 25th

Join us on Saturday, June 25, 2016 for a benefit like no other. Walk in the Wild, Oakland Zoo’s largest annual fundraiser, offers guests an enchanting evening of live musical entertainment, scrumptious dining from the Bay Area’s top chefs and restaurants, an impressive selection of regional beers and wines, and dessert and dancing under the stars. Due to the service of alcohol, adults only. No guests under 21 please. 

All proceeds go directly to providing the highest quality animal care and exhibits, supporting the protection of endangered species worldwide, and delivering impactful education programs that aim to inspire the next generation of conservation leaders. 

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