High Limb Hard CiderHigh Limb Hard Cider

High Limb Hard Cider in Attleboro, MA

Artisan Producer

We make our own...

81 West St
Attleboro, MA 02703

1 miles from Attleboro, MA 02703
A bit about High Limb Hard Cider
When it comes to quality care and expert craftsmanship, High Limb Hard Cider couldn’t hit any closer to home. New England has always been our home. We grew up in Attleboro just forty minutes south of Boston, and have remained friends since childhood. It was in the home that a few years ago Kyle and Jeremy began High Limb Cider. Since then we have worked tirelessly to build High Limb into the cidery it is today.

The operation has since moved out of home and into a commercial facility in Attleboro. Our production officially began on January 1, 2014 and since then the cider has not stopped flowing. Sales started in just 1 local store and 2 restaurants but have grown exponentially with our reach increasing by the week. Even as we continue to streamline there are many processes that are still completed by hand. This ensures that every bottle is made with expert craftsmanship. The increase in demand over time has meant that we needed to increase not only our production but also the size of our team.

The core (get it?) success of High Limb Hard Cider is a direct result of our dedication to the process and the quality of ingredients we use. We proudly work with a local Massachusetts orchard where we get the cider the day of pressing. The cider blend is comprised of the table apples that we as New Englanders are used to eating. These familiar flavors and the unfiltered body create a cider experience that is like none other.

The future is bright for High Limb Hard Cider as we continue to ramp up our level of production. We hope that you join us on this journey with a nice cold cider in hand. Be sure to follow and keep up to date on High Limb news as we many new offerings planned for the near future. Cheers!

—Eric, Kyle, & Jeremy, Owners

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