Rack & Cloth Cidery Pop Up at Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider

Rack & Cloth at Rev Nats

Founded in 2012 in the small Columbia River town of Mosier, Oregon, Rack & Cloth Cidery will be bringing its cider to Portland on Friday, August 19. The cidery will be taking over eight of the taps as part of a Rack & Cloth Cidery Pop Up at Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider from 4:00 to 10:00pm.

The Rack & Cloth Cidery Pop Up will be bringing the largest selection of its ciders to Portland that includes three ciders that have never left Mosier. Cidermaker and co-founder Silas Bleakley will be in attendance as will Rack & Cloth’s other co-founder, Kristina Nance as she and another member of her staff will be guest bar tending. The ciders include:

  • Stony Pig 2015
  • Stony Pig 2012
  • Etienne 2014
  • Churr (Cherry Cider)
  • Small Wild One (Ciderkin)
  • Peche 2014 (limited)
  • Peche 2015 v1
  • Good Fences

In addition to producing cider, Rack & Cloth also operates a farm and will bring fresh produce from its farm to sell on Friday. One of the crops are peaches. Its peaches are widely coveted as the sole fruit used by pFriem Family Brewers in its popular Peche Lambic. Look for the following items on for sale on Friday from Rack & Cloth at its Pop Up.

  • Eggs 1/2 dz $4, 1 dz $6
  • Case of peaches $40
  • Canned peaches $6
  • Flowers small: $10 large: $15
  • T shirts $17
  • Growlers (64oz) $6

Rack & Cloth Cidery was founded in 2012 and provides the anchor to Kristina & Silas’ small and diverse farming operation in Mosier. They press and ferment their cider once a year and condition it for several months in oak barrels and French oak foudres. The cider apples are hand-sorted, and prepared in small batches, making its appearance in Portland that much more special.

Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider
1813 NE 2nd Ave.
Portland OR 97212