We believe small actions have a big impact.

Over time, even the smallest creek carves out a gully, forever changing the landscape. We make cider from our Naramata orchards, which have been tended by our family for five generations. Certified Organic for over 30 years, we are stewards of the land and strive to express its sense of place through our cider. Using organic farming practices and low-tech hands-on cidermaking techniques, we invite you to enjoy apples in a new yet ancient light.

Meet The Family

We are first and foremost, a family. Helmed by Annelise Simonsen, Director of Operations and Kaleigh Jorgensen, Cidermaker, Creek & Gully Cider was born of our agricultural roots to re- imagine a modern family farm.

Annelise and Kaleigh have over a decade’s experience in the Okanagan hospitality industry, and first fell in love with fermentation as partners in baking. Our orchardist, Peter, has farmed for 35 years specializing in fruit trees – apples, pears, and peaches.

Often seen working at the Cidery are the other members of our family: Peter, Cyndie, Anders, Kevin, and the Pets! 

We strive to innovate our family farming tradition to be a model of sustainability in agricultural and business practices. As a true family operation we’re indebted to the support our our partners, parents, siblings, neighbours, and community to bring you the finest cider.

Annelise Simonsen

Director of Operations

After a coastal stint in Victoria completing her degree in Art History, this erstwhile farm girl has returned to the Okanagan as a cornerstone of Creek & Gully Cider. As Director of Operations and general mover and shaker, she is often found running around the Cidery, dazzling red hair in tow. Annelise’s farming family background places her as a fifth generation Naramatian, and farmer. Look for her in the Tasting Room this summer!

Kaleigh Jorgensen


A prairie transplant to Naramata via Vancouver, our Cidermaker Kaleigh has been in the Okanagan since 2012 cooking, baking, and growing every imaginable plant. Her passion for all things beautiful and delicious sparked her obsession with the transformative process of fermentation. She’s thrilled to be teaming up with Annelise to bring you bold and exciting ciders from their family farm.

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