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Geissberger Farmhouse Cider has been bringing the fresh taste of nature to your table since 1970! In 1970, Garry and Gord began pressing apples with their father and grandfather as a seasonal hobby. Today, both of their families are involved with the operation of Geissberger Farmhouse Cider.

In 1970, their first press used burlap cloth to hold the apple mash for pressing. Their father originally used one of their mother's tea towels to filter the apples! Over fifty years later, with much experience gained, they continue to use the same methods passed on from their father, just with upgraded equipment.

In 2012, Geissberger Farmhouse Cider launched Ontario's first (and, to this day, only!) Mobile Apple Cider Mill. With the Mobile Apple Cider Mill, the Geissberger's are able to press apple cider for approximately 27 local orchards, along with their own cider from apples grown throughout Durham Region. By taking the mobile mill to the orchards and using their innovative Bag-in-Box packaging, the Geissberger's are able to produce a 100% natural apple cider, all while reducing their environmental carbon footprint. Their Bag-in-Box packaging allows cider to be stored unopened for up to one year, without refrigeration, and with no preservatives! Once you open the cider, it has a three month shelf-life.

The Mobile Apple Cider Mill enables apple growers from small family farms to large orchards to sell and store their own cider, giving them a value added product for their juice apples, and helps to reduce food waste. Their Mobile Mill is able to produce and package an impressive 450 litres of apple cider per hour!