‘Atlanta’s First Cidery’ Opens to the Public Next Week

“Urban Tree Cidery, announced last summer as “Atlanta’s first cidery,” has an opening date on the calendar. Urban Tree will debut its Westside tasting room on Saturday, March 26, according to a Facebook post. The team plans to pour its variations of cider until 4 p.m. or later, “if we are busy.”

Owners Maria and Tim Resuta will offer two traditional alcoholic ciders and a regular basis, along with a rotation of seasonal concoctions…..”

Article originally posted on Atlanta Eater on March 18, 2016.

Urban Tree Cidery to open March 26th

“An apple (cider) a day keeps the brewery boredom away.

Dr. Tim Resuta and his wife Maria have set an opening date for Atlanta’s first cider manufacturing facility and tasting room.

Urban Tree Cidery has announced in a Facebook post that the establishment is opening its doors to the public Saturday, March 26th at noon….”

This article originally published at What Now Atlanta on March 15, 2016.

The most anticipated Atlanta craft brewery openings in 2016

“2015 was undeniably a year of growth, but also a frustrating one for the Atlanta craft beer community. When state legislature passed Beer Jobs Bill (SB 63), local brewers could finally sell (some of) their beer directly to consumers on site, a right they’d long been fighting for and one that almost every other state in the country enjoys (save for us, Mississippi, North Dakota, and Hawaii)….”

Article continues at Atlanta Magazine published January 5, 2016.

‘Atlanta’s First Cidery’ Plans to Open This Fall in Westside

“Urban Tree Cidery, what’s being billed as Atlanta’s first “cidery,” is in the works for Westside. The new venture from owners Maria and Tim Resuta will open this fall in the former Eclectia Props space at 1465 Howell Mill Road, PR announced in a release Tuesday.

Details are scarce at the moment, but Urban Tree will offer two traditional alcoholic ciders and a regular basis, along with a rotation of seasonal concoctions. All ciders will be crushed and produced on site at Urban Tree’s 4,500-square-foot home. In addition to pouring up their cider, the owners “will support the community through a variety of programs, including Concrete Jungle and Trees Atlanta,” according to the release.”

Article originally from Atlanta Eater. published on July 14, 2015.

Summer of Cider & Seafood

For the month of July, Urban Tree is having a fun filled month of food trucks, events, and new cider flavors!

Cousins Maine Lobster is kicking off the month this Saturday the 2nd with their New England food truck full of lobster, shrimp tacos and more!
We’re also debuting a new cider! Dry hopped with a tri-blend mixture, this new cider welcomes the Georgia heat with a citrus flavor that’s sure to quench your thirst.

Our first ever Low Country Boil is Friday July 8th and tickets are on sale now! A ticket gets you a pound and a half of delicious Gulf Shrimp, Mussels, Homemade Sausage, Corn, Onions and Potatoes boiled in savory, low country seasonings. We’ll see you there!
Louisiana Purchase food truck will be here the following Saturday the 9th serving their delicious creole cuisine like shrimp étouffée, roast beef poboys, chicken/sausage gumbo and muffulettas!

At the end of the month we’re having Atlanta Seafood Company come on Friday the 22nd where we’re releasing a new summer cider infused with peaches.

Deep South Biscuit Company will also be back again Sunday July the 10th for brunch starting at 1pm!

When Cider Gets Wild

For this week’s Fresh Press, we wanted to give you a glimpse of our new seasonal cider and what goes into making a new flavor from picking the juice to sampling new concoctions and finally to the finished product.

First, we had an unexpected (and amazing) thing happen, one of our containers filled with Stayman Winesap juice started to ferment due to the native yeast inside. This is especially exciting because this gives the cider a unique flavor that can only be found at our orchard.

From there we monitored the juice until all of the yeast ate the sugars and turned the juice into a fully fermented cider.

Then the real fun part happens, tasting. We mix flavors and combine our favorites to create what we hope is something delicious. In this case, the addition of wildflower honey to sweeten the cider was all that we needed to make an enjoyable drink. Choosing not to blend the cider with other apples was another important factor that we felt complemented the end product.

After mixing together the honey and cider, we filtered and carbonated it where it’s currently waiting to be put into kegs and enjoyed!

We’re having a New Flavor Release on May 20th where you can try it for the first time! So check it out and come on over for food, music, and our new cider!

Bottle Party Recap

The bottle party was a HUGE success and we are so thankful for all 613 of you that showed up to celebrate with us. The response Atlanta has given us has been nothing short of overwhelming.

Thanks to Cattywampus Grill for giving us the best chicken and waffles we’ve ever had and serving all of our hungry customers. Also, thank you to Jeremy Wayne Dean for entertaining everyone all through the night, we didn’t want him to leave!

We loved seeing the cidery look better than ever thanks to Peachtree Tents and Events as well.

As another weeks starts, the warm weather is perfect for drinking a cider cocktail on our patio and we have a bottle waiting with your name on it.

*Photo credit goes to our great fans!*