In 1990, Franklin County natives Lester and Laban Garber started their own farm, providing quality natural produce to local stores and markets. With a keen eye for business, the brothers saw consumers in the area left with a need for fresh, high quality juices. The twins jumped at the opportunity and started their cider house in 1994.

The small batches of cider from local apples were a hit! Their business flourished, and inspired by the cider’s success, the brothers expanded to lemonade –which was also a success.

Today, the brothers run two farm operations with the help of their children and plan to expand as their families grow.

Lester and Laban feel that the connection between them and the end consumer is very important. Getting their roots from their father’s family farm for a number of years, they are veteran farmers who know the importance of a high quality product. They are passionate about providing great, fresh cider and lemonade to you.