Co-owners Patrick Jaouen and Sam Conjerti Jr. were fueled by their passion of cider to showcase Mullers Cider House to Rochester. The discussion of concept to start of construction was a mere 6 months. Rochester was awaiting. With the use of social media through their Instagram feed (@MullersCiderHouse) and Facebook, Mullers Cider House gained a quick and eager following. Why cider you may ask? Cider sales have tremendously surpassed the sales of wine and beer over the past 5 years showcasing the consumers tastes evolving beyond beer and wine. Cider bars have previously only been on the west coast. Mullers is the second cider only bar to open in NY and on the East Coast. Patrick and Sam want to educate the consumers on the types of ciders and varieties available while providing an atmosphere to kick back and enjoy. Mullers Cider House also offers a variety of events! Take a closer look at the bottom of the page to see a list of upcoming events.
Metal Some Art. They also craft some pretty awesome belt buckles, including custom orders, so be sure to check those out as well! Inside, the letters that were cut out of the sign in front, decorate the wall. The bar was crafted from materials at the Carnegie Building, which was located on Goodman Street. Reclaimed wood from Pittsford Lumber was utilized to design the tables inside. Materials and outsourcing was kept local to keep the Rochester love and pride within Mullers Cider House.
What are some ciders that you can find available at Mullers? Rootstock, Embark, Harvest Moon, and Cider Creek are a few cider producers right here in Upstate NY. You can also find ice ciders and Spanish Sidras, like Sidra Menendez and other European Ciders. "Daily something new is on draft...drafts change constantly. Flights are a good way of giving a good sampling of range."