Trent's path to cider began in a seedy basement in Mid-Michigan on a farm located somewhere between home and heaven. Captivated by its ability to wipe out an entire nights worth of memories, he and his college roommates decided that replacing the makeshift weight room in the basement with a whiskey barrel was a brilliant idea. It turns out, it was.
Trent eventually made his way through college and after spending six years in the auto industry, moved to the little known Palouse. Surprised that few in Eastern Washington were producing homebrew cider, he once again renovated his garage with a once-used whiskey barrel so that he and his friends could enjoy plenty of memory-filled nights. This barrel followed him to Seattle in 2010 when he decided to leave the corporate world behind and pursue a degree in culinary arts. After two quarters in school, it was a trip back to Pullman that he and Brian first discussed the idea of a local cider company. This of course brought him back to Pullman with his lovely wife, Stacie who used to be known as Brians younger sister.
The WBCC song!