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  • We've Changed Our Name (And That's Just the Beginning)

    · By Daphne Fontanez

    After a long hiatus, we're excited to say hello again! You may be wondering just what we've been up to since we closed our patio last October. Buoyed by strong sales last summer and facing a need to grow beyond the constraints of our original location, in late 2021 we secured a new space onsite at the Fort George downtown campus. This space will enable us to expand production and welcome customers back indoors. We're acknowledging this new iteration by reflecting on our short history and evolution. This is a new beginning and it calls for a new name —something that better represents the spirit of Astoria....

  • Reveille Ciderworks Announces Expansion and New Facility

    · By Daphne Fontanez

    Astoria’s first dedicated cider producer will open a new production facility and taproom in the former Fernhill Glass studio, onsite at the Fort George Brewery downtown campus. ASTORIA, OR. October 29, 2021 — Reveille Ciderworks of Astoria today announced a facilities expansion and move, enabling the company to scale its total production output in addition to opening a new, expanded cider taphouse and outdoor patio. To enable the expansion, four year-old Reveille Ciderworks is relocating less than 200 yards east of its current location, to the former Fernhill Glass studio space on Exchange Street between 14th and 15th Street. Located...