Ritter's Cider Mill
We have only one location:

117 Wimmer's Road
Mt. Cobb, PA 18436

570-689-9790
570-689-5144

HOURS

1st Saturday after Labor Day through Thanksgiving Eve

Daily 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 

Thanksgiving Day

9:00 a.m. to Noon 

Black Friday through December 23rd

Daily 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.



 

 

Listed below are a few of our most popular apple varieties and when their season generally begins. 

Mid September Apples Mid to Late October Apples

McINTOSH: Mildly tart, soft, aromatic, delicious for snacking, but also good for salads, sauce and some cooking.

CORTLAND: Mildly tart, white flesh, excellent for eating, baking, salads and sauce. 

EMPIRE: Slightly tart, cross between McIntosh and Red Delicious, firmer and longer shelf life than McIntosh.  Juicy, eating or baking.

McCOUN: Mildly tart, excellent dessert apple, very short season.

MATSU (Crispin): Slightly tart, Golden Delicious type apple, excellent dessert or cooking, very large.

IDA RED: Tart at harvest time, mellows in storage.  Flesh is white, firm and crisp.  Can be used for eating, but excellent for baking.  Keeps well in winter.

STAYMAN WinSap: Tart. Crisp. Eating. Baking. Keeps Well.

ROME - bland, dry.  Beautiful red color and large size.  Mostly for cooking.

NORTHERN SPY: Tart, very fine old time variety.  Used for cooking, although a good eating apple.

   
Early October Apples  

RED DELICIOUS: Very mild and sweet, best for snacking.

GOLDEN DELICIOUS: Mild, sweet, juicy.  Excellent for snacking, salads or baking.

 

We strive to keep our prices low and we accept PA Farmers Nutritional Program checks for fruits and edible produce.  Listed below are the prices for most varieties of apples and pears.  We do have discount second pick apples.  Gala and McCoun have slightly higher prices.(*NOTE: prices are subject to change)

2 Quarts:  Approximately 3 pounds.  Makes 3 to 4 cups applesauce or 1 - 9" deep dish apple pie.

1/2 Peck:  Approximately 5-6 pounds or 18-20 apples.  Makes 2 quarts applesauce or 2-3  9" deep dish apple pie.

Peck:  Approximately 10 to 12 pounds.  Makes 3 to 4 quarts applesauce or 5 to 6  9" deep dish apple pie.

1/2 Bushel:  Approximately 20 to 22 pounds.  Makes 7 to 8 quarts applesauce, or 10 to 12 9" deep dish apple pie, or 10 quarts juice.

 

 

 

 


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