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Indian Ladder Farmstead Cidery and Brewery

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Indian Ladder Farmstead Cidery and Brewery

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TACOB0B wrote a review Oct 2020
United States1,069 contributions521 helpful votes
We had read about this place and decided to stop in. For a Sunday afternoon at the end of October it was pretty busy. We stood in line to go in the gift shop. Tried to buy a $4 bottle of honey before getting in line outside to buy cider donuts and getting in another line to do a hard cider tasting. We were told that there was a 5$ minimum for credit card purchases and when we explained we were going to get some donuts and hard cider it didn't matter. We still couldn't purchase the honey with a card because it was under $5. Then we stood in another line because you can not get donuts in the gift shop even though there is a bakery in the gift shop selling pies, cookies, muffins, etc. So now we are in line#2 to buy donuts at the take out window. Because of the $5 minimum purchase on credit cards we had to buy a 1/2 dozen. We got 3 plain and 3 sugar apple cider donuts. The plain ones were overcooked and dry. The sugar ones were overcooked but at least tasted better because of the sugar. And maybe it's because we visited several cider mills during our 2 week road trip but we have to say these were our least favorite. Then we got in line for the hard apple cider tasting only to find out they weren't doing the tasting and if we wanted to try anything to buy a glass in the restaurant. At that point we had had enough and decided to go. We could understand the $5 minimum for credit card purchases if this was a Mom and Pop establishment but this place is raking in the dough. Too many other options with much friendlier staff available.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Jane J wrote a review Oct 2019
Yuma, Arizona296 contributions34 helpful votes
Had lunch here with my family. This is an historic apple orchard. The food was absolutely delicious. All offerings are made with fresh ingredients and are natural , without chemicals. Had s beautiful and delicious salad. Cannot say enough how wonderful our offerings were. The decor was delightful. They also have a variety of their own jams, jellies and pickling offerings. And... delicious cider doughnuts. This is a great ex[erience for everyone.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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gcaryh wrote a review Sep 2019
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After finishing our meal in the restaurant, we venturedvdown to the cider. Being our first time, we were allowed a few samples before making our choices and were very happy with both their ciders and IPad which we enjoyed at one of the outdoor tabletop tables.. It is noted you can also order several different foods out there as well. I'm looking forward to returning in a month when they begin canning my favorite IPA.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Steverino-OKC wrote a review Aug 2019
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma295 contributions50 helpful votes
It had been decades since I’d come here,last time was as a kid picking apples. Well times have changed and so has the farm. I had a good lunch there with my parents and picked up some food items from their shop to bring back to OK.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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kahunacarp wrote a review Aug 2019
Boston, Massachusetts66 contributions23 helpful votes
we stopped here for lunch right at 3 pm as they were closing the classic indoor lunch cafe. food was really good. we got cookies and brownies to go since we were so full. this place does a very brisk business in cider and donuts and also does lots of events i think (there was a party on the front porch while we were there). then, there is a side yard area below the main building where they had set up chex bbq and smoked wings along with an indoor area serving micro brew beer and hard cider. the place was pretty full for out in the country. there are like 4-5 businesses all in one at this place. then we visited the goats and cows at the petting area on our way out. my wife wants to go back sometime when we are in the area which is the ultimate in a positive recommendation. this place is old school but has kept up with the times. the menu was updated and there were items to purchase in a gift shop area in the corner. the brewery and outdoor areas were right on trend and bustling.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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