Tasting Room Menu


Please read our current Covid-19 Safety Plan prior to visiting Sea Cider.

  • – Prices do not include taxes – 
  • – Tastings are available in licensed areas only or when on a guided tour with a Sea Cider Guide. Open alcohol is prohibited outside of licensed areas and when not served by Sea Cider Staff – 


Please note: Menu offerings & prices subject to change without notice.


CIDER TASTINGS & COCKTAILS  ________________________________


Short Flight | $8
Your choice of three 2oz cider samples (fortified ciders will be served as 1oz)


Long Flight | $15.5
Six pre-selected 2oz samples (fortified ciders will be served as 1oz)

Fall Favourites | Plimsoll Line, Pippins, Bramble Bubbly, Sassamanash, Wassail and Black Applejack


Glass of Sparkling Cider | 4oz | $4.5


Glass of Sparkling Cider | 10oz | $9


Glass of Fortified Cider | 3oz  | $7


Mulled Hard Apple Cider | 5oz | $6

Our Wassail sparkling cider brewed with a bouquet of mulling spices.



NON-ALCOHOLIC DRINKS __________________


Temperance Non-Alcoholic Cider | 5oz | $3

Eden | Sparkling Apple Cider

Bonnie | Sparkling Blackberry Apple Cider

Roxie | Sparkling Raspberry-Lemon Apple Cider


Temperance Short Flight | 3 x 2oz | $5

Finally – a flight anyone can enjoy! Enjoy samples of our Temperance Series.


Mulled Temperance Eden | 5oz | $4


San Pellegrino | 330ml can | $3

Blood Orange, Orange, Lemon


Cultured Kombucha | 330ml can | $5

Elderflower Rose or Calm Balm


Coffee | Tea | $3

Tea selection includes Organic Earl Grey, Organic Breakfast, Tropical Green, Chamomile Citrus, and Organic Mint Mélange



FOOD FROM OUR CIDERHOUSE KITCHEN _____________________________


Artisan Meat & Cheese Plate | $24
Three local cheeses, Rumrunner-soaked Date Sausage from ‘Haus Sausage’, ‘Justo’s Craft Made Dips’ Hummus, ‘Jenny Marie’ Crackers, Sliced Baguette, ‘Sarah’s Staples’ Mustard, and Cider Jelly. Gluten-free and Vegetarian options available!


Foie Gras Parfait | $15
‘Haus Sausage’ Foie Gras Parfait topped with Birds and the Bees Jelly, served with Potato-Rosemary Baguette and ‘Jenny Marie’ Crackers


Pepperoni Stick + Dijon Mustard | $4.5

‘Haus Sausage’ Cured Pork in Lamb Casing


Hardbite Potato Chips  + House Made Ranch Dip | $3.5
Natural, Jalapeno, BBQ, Rock Salt & Vinegar


Salted Trail Mix | 65g | $4
Roasted peanuts, roasted almonds, roasted organic pumpkin seeds, roasted sunflower seeds, dates, and coconut chunks


Saltchuck Pies Individual Pie

Chicken Pie | $12

Veggie Pie | $11

Apple Rhubarb Pie | $10


49 Below Ice Cream Sandwiches | $7.5




PICNICS __________________________


We have partnered with Toque Catering and Truffles Catering to offer a few delicious picnic options to enjoy with a tasting or take to go!

Picnics must be pre-ordered by 3pm the day prior through our online store HEREFor Saturday and Sunday orders please place your order by 3pm on Friday.


AVAILABLE CIDERS TO TASTE | Listed from dry to sweet


PLIMSOLL LINE | Heirloom Series 6.9% abv

Our Plimsoll Line is for seafarers and land lovers alike! Traditionally, the “Plimsoll Line” refers to the line on a pint glass that marks a full pour, and the line on a ship that marks a safe load, ensuring the safety of the crew. Our Plimsoll Line always showcases the best of BC Heirloom apples.


KINGS & SPIES | Heirloom Series 8% abv

A cider fit for royalty or rogues. Crafted from King apples, Northern Spies and other apples of mysterious lineage, this off-dry cider is crowd-sourced and community-minded to the core.


BITTERSWEET | Heirloom Series 7.2% abv

Bittersweet apples are the backbone of traditional English cider and are some of the rarest apples in Canada. Our Bittersweet cider is an off-dry sparkler expressing the classic phenolic character of this coveted fruit.


PIPPINS | Heirloom Series 9.5% abv

Juicy, expressive, and playful on the tongue, Pippins reveals why cider was North America’s favourite drink before prohibition.


BRAMBLE BUBBLY | Canadian Invasion Series 9.9% abv

Bramble Bubbly combines the juicy sweetness of cider apples with the tart twist of organic blackberries which grow wild across Vancouver Island. 


WITCH’S BROOM | Canadian Invasion Series 9.9% abv

Take a ride on Witch’s Broom, a spooky semi-sweet cider infused with a bouquet of fall spices that will send you over the pumpkin patch!  With lingering notes of cinnamon, orange, nutmeg and ginger, she is as tantalizing as pumpkin pie, but, her namesake is Scotch Broom, an invasive plant  that threatens  the West Coast. (Only available for tasting)


RUMRUNNER | Barrel Series 12.5% abv

The secret to Rumrunner lies in the barrel. With rich notes of molasses and rum, this cider is our homage to Prohibition and the illicit history of running rum along the picturesque Cordova Channel.  (Only available for tasting)


WASSAIL | Barrel Series 14% abv

Spiced with orange peel and cloves, our Wassail spiced cider harkens back to the wassailing tradition of drinking spiced cider and singing to the apple orchard.


SASSAMANASH | Canadian Invasion Series 9.9% abv

Cranberries, or sassamanash as the Algonquians called them, are a welcome sign of autumn. When these crimson delights are blended with fermented apples the resulting cider is a tasty balance of bright acidity and autumn sweetness.


CHERRY LANE | Canadian Invasion Series 9.9% abv

Victoria is known for its cherry trees for good reason – their blossoms herald the beginning of spring as they festoon city boulevards. With Cherry Lane, we raise a glass to their less showy cousins – Bitter Cherry, Choke Cherry and Pin Cherry – all native to BC.


FORTIFIED CIDER | Dessert style ciders


RASPBERRY ANNE | Fortified Series 17% abv

Inspired by the imaginative, talkative red haired protagonist of the Canadian Novel, Anne of Green Gables. Notes of raspberry, apple and oak with a luscious velvety finish. Raise a glass to the Maritimer who once said bright red drinks “taste twice as good as any other colour”


BLACK APPLEJACK | Fortified Series 17% abv

A mix of hard cider, eau de vie and sun-kissed blackberry sweetness, Black Applejack pays tribute to the traditional jacking methods of cider distilling.


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