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Our Members-Only Cider-lover Program

Sly Clyde is now enrolling members in its Clyde Club, an annual loyalty program for people who love hard cider - local, coastal, and craftily crushed in Virginia.

Now-Nov 15 - Current Members Renew
Nov 16-20 - Waitlist Commits (get on the list)
Nov 21-Dec 31st - Open Membership
January 1, 2020 - Membership Closed for the Year

Benefits:

  • Clyde Club exclusive, and individually engraved and numbered 17.5oz Cider Mug. We will keep it clean and ready at the tasting room for only you to use whenever you visit.

  • When you do visit, Sly Clyde Cider fills in your mug at the same cost as a pint! That’s like a free pint with every dozen! Never have you looked so good saving so much.

  • Clyde Club members get discounts

    • 10% off all cans and bottles you buy at the Tasting Room (for takeaway only)

    • 10% off growler fills

    • 10% off merchandise

  • Members will get a sneak preview of new ciders on draft before they are sold to the public. It’s almost like you are part of our R&D team.

  • Clyde Club T-shirt (New Design for 2020)

  • Coupon for TWO $1 ciders on your birthday

  • Clyde Club event invitations

    • Holiday Party

    • Anniversary Party

    • Most large events include Cider Fast-pass

Email doug@slyclyde.com if you are interested.

Cost is $125

Rules:

  • Clyde Club members will be given advanced notice before the end of the subscription-year to renew their membership. If they decline, their spot will be open to the next person on the waiting list.

  • Membership is non-transferable. Unless specifically stated, the benefits cannot be transferred to any other individual.

  • Clyde Club glassware must remain at the cider house during the term of your membership. We just can't stand the idea of another cider in these fancy mugs!

  • The fine print: Sly Clyde Ciderworks reserves the right to change the terms and benefits of the Clyde Club at any time, and we reserve the right to revoke membership and benefits, without refund, either due to refusal to observe company policies or Virginia ABC laws and regulations. But you expected that, right?