“Because everything’s better when neighbors work together…”
Summer meets fall thanks to a collaboration between Red Apple Farm and our friends and neighbors at Moon Hill Brewing Co. Our post and beam Country Barn is transformed into the Brew Barn from June through October and for the Thanksgiving Harvest Festival in November, serving up local brews, fresh roasted nuts, and popped-on-the-spot popcorn along with your farm favorites. Make sure to try our special co-produced Rick & Al’s Apple Ale, available only at the Brew Barn!
On Sunday, June 30th, 2019, a hail storm rolled over our orchard and damaged over half of our apples. This could have devastatedus, but instead, we decided to seize the opportunity to fulfill a longtime goal of ours: to start producing our own hard cider. Thanks to a large crop of perfectly imperfect apples, and our ongoing collaboration with Moon Hill Brewing Company, we debuted our “Hailstorm Hard Cider” during the fall of 2019 at the Brew Barn.
It’s a semi-sweet, unfiltered hard cider “born of stormy elements.” Today, we sell our hard cider in growlers and kegs. The moon and apple logo on our growlers represents the philosophy and motto we believe makes our cider that much sweeter: “Everything’s better when neighbors work together.”
Open Daily Year-Round!
The farm store is currently open for curbside pickup only (daily 9 am - 5 pm). To place an order, make payment, and confirm pickup please go to our new curbside pickup page!
We hope to re-open at some point this summer! Sign up for our email list to receive the latest updates on our re-opening as we respond to the pandemic and navigate new safety measures.
Closed for the season.
Come find us at the Boston Public Market, where we're open daily!
The Boston Public Market is only open for online Mercato orders at this time.
Dear customers, We hope you're staying safe and healthy during the pandemic! At this time we are open for curbside pick-up only at the farm, and for delivery only in Boston. All festival and event dates are TBD pending new developments in the MA guidelines on re-opening. Our first priority is health and safety. Thank you for your understanding!