Everett Cider Guide

You’ve had an open mind. You’ve tried stouts and sours and barrel-aged whatever all year long, but you’ve just got to face the music  cider is too good to ignore. It’s okay, we don’t judge. Ditch the beer and grab a drink or two at one of these spots that serve up some killer ciders.

These taprooms all keep updated lists of their current tap choices, so check online to see all their monthly offerings.

At Large Brewing

2730 W. Marine View Dr. 

With a hip, salty sea breeze-infused tap room and snacks made in house, At Large is a great spot to grab a drink. They’re dog friendly, so either bring your dog or get some love from a local furry friend while you’re there. They also host food trucks throughout the month, so you can grab some real grub from the Wild Chive or Stick It or Stuff It.

Soundbite Cider

909 SE Everett Mall Way

There's no such thing as 'boring' when it comes to Soundbite Cider! They use PNW born and raised apples to create unique flavors that will make your taste buds happy. Bonus: they share a parking lot with Crucible Brewing so you can easily jump from cider to beer!

Toggle's Bottle Shop

1420 Hewitt Ave.

Toggle's Bottle Shop is ready to surprise you with its charm and epic bottle selection. Walk through their tap room and enter the refrigerator cave filled with over 600 types of beer and cider! 

Also, they've got some fridges full of the apple good stuff.

The Independent Beer Bar 

1801 Hewitt Ave.

The Independent (or as locals call it, The Indy) has walls of windows overlooking Everett's historic streetscapes. Sit at the bar and watch the game or bring your pooch and enjoy a round of cribbage of shuffleboard while you eat your take-out Thai food from down the street.