distillery open year-round sat. and sun.  11:00 - 6:00

Hours

Welcome in spring at the distillery

OPEN MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND 
FRIDAY - MONDAY 11:00 - 6:00

The distillery

The Distillery at Apple Dave's in Warwick, NY offers a cozy intimate environment to enjoy a drink and meet up with friends in a spectacular senic setting. Enjoy wines, ciders, local beers on tap, our signature cocktails, or try our homemade Apple Jack. Open weekends year-round. Four-legged friends  are always welcome.

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APPLE DAVE'S HOSTS

Anne Saxelby Legacy fund fundraiser

July 22, 2023 • 11am - 6pm

Food by chef Shibumi Jones

Apple Dave's hosts a special Fundraiser event open to the public, with Chef Shibumi Jones providing locally sourced food items and Carolyn Weller performing live music.

A portion of our proceeds from the day will be donated to the Anne Saxelby Legacy Fund, which provides one month paid apprenticeships for young adults to live on a sustainable farm to work, learn, and be inspired to create change in their communities.

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Apple Dave's Distillery

local beer, Wines, & specialty cocktails

Hard Cider
Warwick, NY

Dry Cider

1
ON TAP
6.8%
Scythe
Drowned Lands

Foeder Fermented Pumpkin Ale.

2
ON TAP
4.8%
Four Corners
Destination Unknown

American Light lager

3
ON TAP
6.5%
Beanhead Coffee Porter
Rushing Duck

Beanhead takes the base beer of a robust porter and pairs is with a fantastic coffee flavor

4
ON TAP
5.7%
Bartender pouring craft beer from tap
Two cocktail drinks perched on the railing of the patio balcony
COCKTAILS & WINE

SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE

Apple Dave’s Distillery features local wines and refreshing cocktails.

Distillery Menu

Frequently Asked Questions

Are dogs allowed at the Distillery?
Yes, dogs are allowed at our Distillery if they are well behaved and kept on a leash at all times. They must be good around other dogs and people.
Why isn't there sugar on your donuts?
Because the bees like sugar on a donut just as much as you do !! Our 70+ years of experience confirms without question that the bees do NOT like to be eaten.
Are buses allowed?
We do not EVER allow buses on weekends or holidays.  Please contact us in advance if you are planning to travel with a group.
What type of apples do you sell?
We have a wide assortment of apples available for picking and some varities for sale at our shop. Check out our apple variety guide.
Do you have food available?
Yes, we have a pretty capable kitchen in our red barn, serving hot and cold food, cider donuts, and beverages.
Do you have restrooms?
Yes. But be warned,  during the apple season rush in September and October we resort to port-a-johns just like everyone else ;-).
Where do I park for picking apples?
Parking is located past our Red Barn in our lower lot for apple pickers.
Do you allow commercial photography?
No commercial photography is allowed onsite without permission from the owners. Please contact us if you are interested in using the farm for commercial photography.

Testimonials

"What an amazing place we have been coming here more then 3 times it's one of me and my husband favorite spot. The awesome greeting from the owner when you come in so friendly and very welcoming. Both owners are super nice, the view of lake is beautiful the trail walk they have is so nice the drinks are so good and I recommend trying the lavender drink very good. So for those that are looking for nice place to have nice drink and relax this is the place to come. I highly recommend it"

Joann G.

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Testimonials

"Excellent place, one of the best Apple Jacks I’ve tried. Well laid out interior with deck and garden - go anytime of year."

Graham S.

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Testimonials

"Excellent place, one of the best Apple Jacks I’ve tried. Well laid out interior with deck and garden - go anytime of year."

Graham S.

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Plan your fall trip today

Apple picking season runs from Labor day until Halloween.

Fall Visitor Guide