Two Consultants Quit Their Jobs to Open a Cidery in DC

A couple years ago, Will Sullivan and Kyle Crosby met on a Google group for cider enthusiasts—”CSC” or “cider-maker seeking cider-maker,” as Sullivan calls it. Both consultants and living in DC at the time, they decided to get together at Glen’s Garden Market in Dupont, where they quickly found they shared the same vision for a new DC cidery.

Their venture, Supreme Core Cidery, will open a facility and tasting room near the US National Arboretum in the next few months. In the meantime, they’re producing cider out of Charm City Meadworks in Baltimore. Their first one debuts this Sunday, September 10, at Glen’s Garden Market, where it all started. (Sullivan and Crosby will lead tastings at the Dupont location from 11 AM to 2 PM and the Shaw location from 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM.)

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