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"Nice work, Keith. Looking good, my Brother. Give the family a big group hug for me."

- Greg Williams

"We can't begin to thank you and your staff enough for a wonderful day. Your farm and cidery are like hidden treasures that we were fortunate to have discovered. Everyone was so friendly. The air was fresh and clean. We received an insight into organic farming that we might never have known. It was the kind of day that you don't think about the passing of time, there's no rush, but when you do get curious and you look at your watch you're amazed because while you're there time seems to stand still. Again, thank you for creating a most memorable day for us."

- Nick and Irene Shaw

"Judie and I appreciated the opportunity to visit with you at your farm last week. As city people living in Port Ludlow it was very educational for us to better understand how people are returning to the farming base of the country. We will look for your products at the PT Coop. The chickens are a real fascination to me. I truly appreciate the wide base of knowledge you need to live this type of live, marketing, finance, agriculture, chemistry, government reregulation and many more I can't recall. Thanks again for inviting us into your lives."

- Bob

"Neil and I enjoyed talking with you and visiting your lovely farm. Such a nice environment...good for the soul!"

- A. Yamamoto

"You gave an awesome tasting on Sunday! Thank you for your warm and informative welcome to your cidery and farm. We have been to many tastings that don't come near the level of enthusiasm and joie de vivre that we experienced"

- Lori Jones

"Congratulations Keith! When reading "SIP" Northwest Best of NW 2012 I saw you and your lovely wife in a photo. What a tribute to your roots, honor to your father and contribution to the circly of life and bounty of the Northwest. Cider Cheers!"

- Lisa Cloyd

"I would like to compliment everyone at Finnriver. It was a wonderful experience. I have never done anything like in the past. Your hostess was a delightful young lady with a wealth of knowledge. I will be sure to return and buy another bottle of your Finnriver Sparkling Pear. " - T. Thornton, 10/22/2012

"My daughter, grandaughter, and I were there Monday.  We were made to feel very welcome, full attention, etc.  We were all very impressed by the products.  My daughter especially the champagne like one and myself the dry-hopped.  Wow!  All I had been looking for in cider.  Most brands are too, too sweet.  Even your sweeter products were excellent.  Will be back!"  - GB, 7/2012

"Pear Wine with Apple brandy over a scoop of Dryers Vanilla Bean ice ream...1 tablesppon was more than enough...Thought I'd died and gone to heaven...that good."
-P. Becker

"Finnriver Farmstead Sparkling Cider Methode Ancestrale is a glass full of celebration. Crisp and quite fizzy, this cider's great for raising a toast, and goes down all too easily on warm afternoons."
-From Sept/October 2010 issue of Edible Seattle

Upon taking a sip of the Finnriver Dry Hopped cider, "It's like drinking a meadow!"
-Tasting Room customer, 7/2011

"Finnriver Farmstead Sparkling Cider: Elegant and bright, this sparkler from Chimacum has a layer of richness that comes from the methode ancestrale practice of leaving some lees in each bottle."
-From Sept. 2010 issue of Seattle Magazine

"Excellent wine! Crisp, cold and so very dry - I was surprised! Bubbles are long lasting; the apple taste is distinct - like biting into a crisp, tangy Jonathan - this is really a find - thanks for sharing - I'm in a better mood already!!"
-C. Christensen