Alberta's first craft cidery, rescuing fruit from Calgary backyards
Member Since 2020
Employees 4
Locations 1
Local Suppliers 80%
Contact Us
#1 -- 3300 14th Avenue NE
Calgary, AB T2A 6J4
Affiliations
Environmental Initiatives
  • Recycling
  • Composting
  • Waste reduction
  • Manufacturing processes
  • Staff commuting
Commitment to Employees
  • Staff discount
  • Flexible hours
  • Professional development, mentorship and training
  • Team building

SUSTAINABILITY PROFILE (2019)

CO2 Emissions Saved (kg)
10,348
Waste Diverted (kg)
9,298
Dollars Donated ($)
0
Hours Volunteered
0

Dennis Scanland co-founded SunnyCider alongside “instrumental” friends Tim and Darlene Kitchen, inspired to take action against food waste. SunnyCider “rescues” apples, pears, and berries across Alberta and BC from going into the compost bin to instead be turned into house-made hard cider.

Education is extremely important to the SunnyCider team. As the only cider house in Western Canada, SunnyCider prides itself on spreading awareness on the history and production of cider, hosting regular tasting events, tours, and showcasing a rotating cast of other craft ciders. Scanland is also in the process of starting a Cider Association to unite and collaborate with fellow Albertan cider-makers.