Getting to Know: West Coast Cider
A gifted farmers market is a community of individual craftspeople, talented people growing, producing, creating, learning and showing off.
While Port Moody has Brewers Row; Port Coquitlam has West Coast Cider. This local company has recently sprouted in the Tri-Cities but its owners aren’t new to the art of creating successful businesses. With this experience, David and Nena have always chosen British Columbia to set up roots.
We constantly source goods and services from local companies, most people we do
work with we have been for over 20 years. Having said that we have had tremendous
success and friendships through out the North West.
Operations for West Coast Cider began in 2014 and this past spring, it’s first batch of apple cider was officially rolled out for sale. David and Nena believe in value, integrity and common sense and love being able to invest in their community, all while maintaining an upbeat work environment.
Fortunately the Tri-Cities is full of companies and people that represent those aptitudes and care very much about where they live work and play. Perhaps that is why we love it here.
The owners of West Coast Cider started their early training in cider making in Oregon and Washington State. David and Nena say what cider connoisseurs will taste in their drinks is the result of many years of experimentation, reading, mentoring and learning all they could about apples.
The beauty of the apple cider is interpretation, our cider is our idea of what makes a refreshing, soothing drink. Something to help people enjoy a sunset, sunrise or what ever weather it may be.
For West Coast Cider, farmers markets are a place to unwind, experiment, and stroll without pressure. Capturing all the senses sight, smell, taste, sounds and feel, they say it is a great atmosphere to meet with familiar faces.
A gifted farmers market is a community of individual craftspeople, talented people growing, producing, creating, learning and showing off. It is fun, the vendors are happy, they actually want to be there. The clients are interesting and their five minute stories are fun and enjoyable.
In addition to participating in the Coquitlam Farmers Market, you can find West Coast Cider in a number of community events across Metro Vancouver.
Our participation in these events show our love for our community and we are excited to continue this in the years ahead.