What We Do
Three Generations of Craftsmanship
What started as a hobby for Robert H. Correll, turned into a three-generation family business. In 1975, Robert V. Correll took what his father started and perfected it, creating the family business – Correll Cider Presses® – as is today. Having built over 4,250 presses, this proud legacy continues with his son Dan and Dan's wife Jill.
Our Cider Presses
Correll cider presses are available in five sizes. All Correll cider presses have wheels installed for easy transporting.
Why choose correll cider presses®?
Each Correll cider press is custom crafted in Oregon utilizing American Eastern Ash and hand-built to an exacting design.
From grinding to squeezing, Correll Cider Presses® offers you a complete solution for creating your fresh cider.
Correll cider presses come complete with two baskets, two filter bags, and are finished with a durable food safe finish. They are mounted on wheels and have handles for easy transporting. All you need to provide are apples, juice-collecting and cider storage containers.
About Our Presses
Our Presses are the best - pure and simple!
A custom-designed hand turn pressing system allows for everyone to enjoy creating apple cider! This design insures smooth turning/squeezing even under great pressure. Up to 3.5 gallons per standard bushel of apples can be expected due to Correll-designed grinding knives that are designed to break up the juice cells, producing more juice! Other presses currently on the market average 1 to 2 gallons from the same bushel of apples.
It takes only about 5 minutes to produce Apple Cider from whole apples on any of our presses. Correll cider presses can be used to press pears or grapes, as well. Table grapes can be pressed rapidly, while slip-skin varieties (Concord or Niagara) require pressing in several stages over an hour or two, using a filter bag.