In this tenuous time of physical distancing, we appreciate the importance of connecting and sharing with others. We have been listening and working to make ordering cider and sharing it with loved ones easier for you…
1). You can now order cider & ship to 38 states using this link….
Save up to $10 all month using Coupon Code April-2020
10% case discount everyday.
2). You can order James Creek Cider House gift cards online and save 10% on all gift card purchases in April.
3). You can now pre-order and pickup cider in Pinehurst on Fridays,11-noon, at Cannon Park, 210 Rattlesnake Trail. Paradox Farm Creamery will also be there,
so you can stock up on cider and cheese for the weekend. Please order cider by phone 910.245.9901 (and soon online) by 7 pm on Thursday.
4). Soon you will be able to pre-order cider for pickup at the Carrboro Farmers’ Market, but this Saturday we will be celebrating Easter Weekend with our families.
Please stay well and stay tuned. We are pleased with all the distancing measures at CFM and miss seeing you all.
5). We are hosting food trucks for “takeaway” this Friday & Saturday
- Friday, April 10, 3-7 pm – Roasted & Toasted
(The San Fran panini with avocado, sweet peppers, kale sun-dried tomatoes, mushroom, and pesto is awesome with Big Dipper)
- Saturday, April 11, 3-7 pm – Kono Pizza
(Try the Buffalo Chicken Kone with Mighty Hunter Hopped; it’s amazing.)
- Sunday, April 12 – Closed for Easter
The tasting room will provide curbside-only service according to the following schedule…
Please call (910) 245-9901 to order and pay by credit card over the phone to minimize contact. We will wear masks and gloves, too.
- Thursday 10 am – 7 pm
- Friday 10 am – 8 pm
- Saturday 10 am – 8 pm
- Sunday 1- 5 pm – by appointment – Closed Easter Sunday
- Mon. – Wed. 10 am – 5 pm- by appointment
Enter the paved parking lot and circle around to the wooden walkway by the whiskey barrels, call the tasting room at (910) 245-9901 to let us know that you are here. We will bring your order out to your car.
We will NOT be at the Carrboro Farmers’ Market for a couple of weeks, mainly to yield our space to farmers who have perishable produce to sell.