Good Cider,
Good People

Our Roots

Cactus Creek Hard Cider is a family-owned and operated business located along the banks of Cactus Creek in the heart of Sedona, Arizona. The company was founded by the Pribbenow family, who moved to Sedona in the late 1980s and fell in love with the region’s stunning natural beauty and agricultural potential.


After experimenting with different fruits and fermentation techniques, the Pribbenows decided to focus on using locally grown apples to create a unique and flavorful hard cider. They sourced their apples from their own apple orchard and perfected their recipe through trial and error, using only the freshest and highest quality ingredients.


As the business grew, the Pribbenows built a small production facility on their property and began selling their cider at local farmers’ markets and festivals. Their hard work and dedication to quality soon paid off, and Cactus Creek Hard Cider became a beloved staple of the Sedona community.


Today, the Pribbenows continue to run the business with the help of their children and grandchildren, who share their passion for crafting delicious and refreshing hard cider. They have expanded their offerings to include a range of seasonal and specialty ciders, but they remain committed to their roots and to using local ingredients whenever possible.


Cactus Creek Hard Cider has become a symbol of the Pribbenow family’s love for Sedona and their commitment to creating a sustainable and authentic product. Their story is a testament to the power of hard work, innovation, and a deep connection to the land.

Our Mission

At Cactus Creek Hard Cider, our mission is to craft high-quality hard ciders that are both refreshing and flavorful. We strive to use only the freshest ingredients sourced from local farms, ensuring that each cider is not only delicious but also environmentally sustainable. Our cider should be enjoyed by everyone, which is why we are committed to producing gluten-free, vegan-friendly ciders that can be enjoyed by those with dietary restrictions.