Open Friday-Sunday from 12:30-5:00. No reservations needed.

Visit Our Tasting Room

Bottle Shop and Tasting Room

Open Friday, Saturday, and Sundays from 12:30-5:00 pm

Address: 8032 Main Street, Mokelumne Hill, CA 95245

We are also open on most holidays including ones that standardly fall on Mondays (Memorial Day, Labor Day, etc) and the 4th of July.

You can stop in for a tasting flight anytime or pick up a few bottles to go. For those who do not drink alcohol, we also offer apple juice for sale.

We invite you to bring your own food or order from DoorDash. There is a selection of board games for those who would like to hang out and enjoy a bottle between friends.

Children and well behaved dogs are welcome.


Our ciders are available at over 50 retailers throughout California. They include Michelin award winning restaurants, natural wine bars, cider shops, and independent grocery stores. Please contact us to get a list of locations nearest to you. If you're looking for a specific cider, please include that in your message.

If you are outside of California and would like to purchase our ciders you can buy direct from us

More About Our Work in Calaveras County

Posterity Ciderworks is located in Mokelumne Hill, a small town within Calaveras County, California. This area is often called the Sierra Foothills or Gold Country and is known for its Jumping Frog Contest, the writers Mark Twain & Bret Harte, Historical Gold Mining, and Giant Sequoia groves.

Some of the unique fruit you’ll find in our ciders is grown on our family farm. We started planting our heritage apple and pear orchard in 2019 & chose to plant full-sized rootstocks -- uncommon in modern fruit agriculture due to the longer growing time until the trees yield fruit. We think they’re worth the wait, though, as these trees will ultimately outlive us and produce fruit & cider for several lifetimes. 

Other fruit we use in our cider comes from a selection of orchards in the Sierra Foothills. We’ve met many wonderful people who’ve granted us access to their private estates, 150 year old homesteads, and solitary trees scattered throughout the region.


To learn more about our cider production, visit our about us section

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