Changing leaves, cozy sweaters, and warming apple flavors, cinnamon, and pumpkin make fall special in Snohomish County. With an abundance of local farms and orchards, Snohomish has everything to make fall delicious. Three local cideries each have their twist on a favorite fall classic, hard apple cider. Pack a sweater and cozy up to the bar to enjoy these local favorites in Snohomish County.

Snohomish County cideries
Elemental Cider Co. in Arlington has delicious lunch and dinner options such as the stone-fired pizza with an assortment of toppings. Photo credit: Julia Fiene Bowman

Elemental Cider Co.

6015 180th Street NE #101, Arlington

Monday-Thursday, 3 – 9 p.m.
Friday-Sunday, 12 – 9 p.m.

Part of the Arlington community since 2019, Elemental Cider Co. is the go-to spot for a fun gathering and delicious fresh apple cider. Both family and pup-friendly, Elemental offers visitors a wide assortment of cider sourced from northwest apples, including fun varieties such as Lemoncello, Huckleberry, and Blood Orange. Ensure you arrive hungry, as the stone-fired pizza oven is fired up daily for lunch or dinner.

Snohomish County cideries
Enjoy a flight of fun cider varieties handcrafted at Elemental Cider Co. in Arlington. Photo credit: Julia Fiene Bowman

In honor of apple season, try the Apple Indulgence topped with prosciutto, gorgonzola, Camano Island honey, and plenty of apple slices. In addition to handcrafted cider and hearty food, Elemental is a community gathering spot. Fun events, including cornhole, bingo, trivia, and live music, occur throughout the week. Make it a night out, or stop by for a chilled glass of local apple goodness.

Soundbite Hard Cider

909 SE Everett Mall Way Unit A-175, Everett

Monday-Thursday, 3 – 9 p.m.
Friday, 3 – 10 p.m.
Saturday, 1 – 10 p.m.
Sunday, 1 – 6 p.m.

Soundbite Cider in Everett is a hotspot for local seasonal varieties of cider. Fun names such as the Pumpkinero, inspired by maple and pumpkin flavors or the Whole Latte Love featuring fall spices and hints of cold brew coffee reminiscent of pumpkin spice lattes. Try out a tasting flight and experience all the seasonal favorites.

Although no food is provided, cider drinkers are welcome to bring their own. Dogs are welcome, but Soundbite Cider is for the 21-plus crew so leave the little ones home. Check out the event calendar for live music while sipping on handcrafted cider directly from the Pacific Northwest.

Snohomish County cideries
Hammered Dwarf Cider in Snohomish offers customers cider made from traditional cider apples with deliciously complex flavors. Photo credit: Julia Fiene Bowman

Hammered Dwarf Cider

9029 A 112th Drive SE, Snohomish

Monday, 4 – 10 p.m.
Tuesday-Wednesday, Closed
Thursday, 4 – 10 p.m.
Friday-Saturday, 1 – 10 p.m.
Sunday, 1 – 8 p.m.

For a unique cider-tasting experience, head to the whimsical Hammered Dwarf Cider in Snohomish. Upon entering the Hammered Dwarf, visitors will notice that they will experience something different. Hammered Dwarf is located down a long driveway and is nestled behind a concrete factory. There you will find outdoor picnic tables and indoor seating options. The tasting menu is inspired by fantasy characters such as the Wizard’s Harvest, Witchy Litchi, or the Supernova Ale.

Snohomish County cideries
Kids and pups are welcome at Hammered Dwarf Cider in Snohomish. Kids will love the ice-cold root beer on tap. Photo credit: Julia Fiene Bowman

Another notable difference is the uniquely complex flavors of the cider. Hammered Dwarf uses apple varietals which are traditional to cider making, instead of more commonly used culinary apples. Hammered Dwarf prides itself on its barrel-aging program utilizing barrels from Washington. A visit is not complete without trying one of these barrel-aged ciders on tap. Kids and pups are welcome to join this family-friendly venue. Treat the kids to an ice-cold, handcrafted root beer on tap. The whole family will enjoy this unique tasting experience.

Make a toast to fall flavors at one of the finest cideries in beautiful Snohomish County. Each cidery has its own unique ambiance and flavor profiles, so make a weekend of it and try them all. There is no better way to celebrate the season than by kicking back and relaxing with a handcrafted cider from Snohomish County’s farmlands.

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