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Ontario Cider Industry celebrates restoration of Historic Apple Cider House

May 16, 2017  By Colio Estate Wines  

(L to R) Jim Clark, President Colio and Thornbury Village Craft, Enzo DeLuca, Ownership, John Clark, Ownership, John McKean, His Worship the Mayor of the Town of Blue Mountains, Alex DeLuca, Ownership. Colio Estate Wines  

May 16, 2017, Thornbury Village, Ont. – Thornbury Premium Apple Cider, Ontario’s number-one-selling Ontario Craft cider is enjoying a newly renovated home at the recently restored, historic apple storage building overlooking beautiful views of Georgian Bay and the Blue Mountains.

A grand opening celebration and ceremonial apple tree planting was held among local dignitaries and industry stakeholders on May 16th to celebrate the conclusion of the year-long renovation.

Jim Clark, President of Thornbury Village Craft Cider and Brew House commented, “We are thrilled to be able to open our doors to the public following our extensive renovations. Everyone involved in the project is proud of the results and we’re confident that our historic location will become an important landmark in the area, both for local residents and tourists.”


The century-old cider house is nestled in the heart of Ontario apple country, which has over 7,500 acres of apple orchards in the surrounding area.

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