In the spirit of community, nearly everything you see inside Ficklewood’s space has been touched or inspired by someone in Long Beach. The inside mural was designed by local artist Bodeck Hernandez, the delicately painted Ficklewood logo mark was done by signage expert, Nat Losbaker, the bark-like cider tap handles were ingeniously created by local craftsman Randy Baranowsky and most importantly brand strategist and lead visionary Jeff Parker of AkinsParker also proudly calls Long Beach home. 


Local artists worked together to design Ficklewood as the living room of Long Beach, with an open layout that allows you to learn and partake in the cider making experience. While most manufacturers separate the tasting room from the fermentation process, we welcome it. 


As a winery (that’s right, cider is a wine), Ficklewood doesn’t have a kitchen on site, but invites you to support local eateries and a hosted food truck on select days! Enjoy your food and cider at any of Ficklewood’s bar tops, cozy tables and lively outdoor patio seating. 


This year, you can expect to see a series of limited-release ciders, special events for our Inciders (VIP member program), and opportunities to learn about cider making. 


We are honored to be a part of the Long Beach community.


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