Sebastopol: Cider tasting, apple farms put Sonoma County town back on the map
There was a time when Sebastopol was dotted with so many apple trees, it was known as the “Gravenstein Capital of the World.” Many of those orchards have given way to vineyards in the decades since the region’s Gravenstein heyday, but even now you can easily spend a day meandering down the lanes and byways of Sebastopol’s farms and orchards, picking apples and sipping just-pressed cider — perhaps even pressed by you.
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Local Cider Trail Map
Their taproom, located in The Barlow—the former apple warehouse and processing plant, now a trendy shopping and eating district in the heart of Sebastopol—offers ample outdoor and indoor seating to enjoy tasting flights, pints and refillable growlers of Golden State Cider’s flagship ciders as well as their more limited production California farm series and Sonoma County series ciders, some of which are only available at Golden State’s taproom
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