Our Ciders

Our cider is a convergence of apple and pear trees, land, water, and growers; of history, heritage, modern sensibility, and sustainability. Our hard cider’s lifecycle begins with whole ingredients, fruits and herbs. These whole fruits are pressed and fermented through various methods to create both easy-to-enjoy and more hardy heritage hard ciders and berries. Our vision is to create a tasty hard cider while also engaging with our community and doing as much good as we can. A portion of the production from select ciders will be dedicated to local and equity causes. Industry diversity and community support are key tenants in the Convergence model.

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Taproom Menu

Our Ciders (See menu in taproom for current availability)

Drift Less Apple Hard Cider
Dry Cider ~ Aged on Oak ~ Northern Spy

Wandering Harvest Apple Hard Cider
Semi-Dry ~ Modern Cider ~ Local Apple Juice from the DriftLess

Flyway Gold Hard Cider
Semi-Dry Elderflower Infused Cider ~ Highlandville Honey

Moonglow Ginger Pear Cider
Semi-Dry ~ Pear Cider ~ Organic Ginger

Solstice Spice Cider
Semi-Dry ~ Local Apple Juice from the Driftless ~Chai Spice

Local Visitors (See menu in taproom for current availability)

|  Toppling Goliath

|  Pulpit Rock Brewery

|  Pivo Brewery

Other Drinks

Verve Kombuchas

Selection of Wisco Pop & Spring Grove Sodas

Apple Juice (selection will vary depending on time of year)

Events & News

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Craft Kitchen Serving Up Delicious Food Daily!
Posted: January 28, 2022
Hiring: Cider House Host/Server – Part Time (Front of House)
Posted: July 8, 2021
Join Our Team: We’re Hiring
Posted: June 23, 2021

Our Grower Partners

At the core of our mission is making great partnerships to make great cider while making a difference. Each glass of sparkling Convergence cider embodies the enterprise of small farms, the preservation of local apple heritage, and the spirit of doing good.

Humble Hands Harvest
Humble Hands Harvest
Decorah, IA Co-op Farm

Humble Hands Harvest, a worker-owned cooperative, and small organic vegetable, pastured pork, and grass-fed lamb CSA farm just recently planted their orchard in the Driftless region of Northeast Iowa!

Peake Orchards
Peake Orchards
323 Northline Drive Waukon, Iowa
(563) 382-4486

Peake Orchards is a family run apple orchard. They planted their first trees in the early 1980's and began selling fruit in 1989. Peake's orchard contains around ten varieties!

Sunrise Orchards
Sunrise Orchards
Sunrise Orchards, located on the beautiful bluffs of rural Southwest Wisconsin, is a multi-generation family owned apple orchard that grows more than 21 varieties of apples!
Seed Savers Exchange
Seed Savers Exchange
Partners for heirloom variety apples. Seed Savers is truly an apple lovers paradise. Their heritage orchard houses an amazing array of Apple varieties. We are grateful to have these folks "in our back yard" here in the Driftless. Hence the name of the cider that benefits this unique space ~ Drift Less Apple ~ We cannot wait to share some with you!
Highlandville Honey Farm
Highlandville Honey Farm
Highlandville Honey Farm provides honey to Iowa’s Driftless Region. HHF cares for hives along the Upper Iowa River valley in Winneshiek and Allamakee counties. The bees at HHF produce honey primarily from basswood and clover nectar with smaller amounts of nectar from black locust, golden rod, fruit trees, asters, and other wildflowers!
Hylde’s Garden
Hylde’s Garden

Hylde’s Garden, is an elderberry orchard nestled in the heart of northeast Iowa!

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The Taproom

Our cidery is located in Decorah, Iowa, at the convergence of the Plains and the Driftless regions, home to a diversity of hardy apple varieties and small local farms dedicated to responsible growing practices, the preservation of local heritage, and service to the community. It is the combination of these elements and intentions that brings Convergence Cider Works into being.

The Team

Natalie & Chris Naber: Natalie grew up in Winterset, Iowa, just north of where the “Delicious” apple was created. Growing up, she remembers eating apples off of friends’ trees, taking trips to the local orchards for pressing days, making things with the crabapples that grew in her yard, or just eating spitters straight from the tree or ground.  Before moving back to Iowa this year, Natalie lived in Sonoma County for 20 years. She began work in manufacturing 15 years ago and decided to move specifically into beverage manufacturing 5 years ago. She enjoyed time with kombucha and hard cider companies and learned that Sonoma County/North SF Bay has many inspirational makers who champion stewardship and preservation in their relationships. Chris has been going up to Apple Hill, one of California's premier apple growing region since he was a kid, and as a family we have continued to pass along the the tradition and love of apples and orchards. Chris has been engaged as a community partner in Sonoma County as the Board President of a local non-profit education foundation for the past 6 years. Chris also holds extensive experience in logistics coordination and account management.