No. 62, Brants Apple Orchard


4749 Dibble Road
Ashtabula, Ohio 44004



Coming from the West. Take route 90 to Route 11 North. Exit onto Route 84 going East. Dibble Road will be about 5 miles on your Left.

Coming from the East, Take route 90 to route 193 South. Go about 1 mile and then turn right on Plymouth Ridge Road. Dibble Road will be 2-3 miles on your right.


The Barn itself was built in only 1990 but it is built around a 1895 Rack and Cloth Cider press that is still used today to press Cider.


Jenn and Brian Diehl

The Quilt:

4 x 4 feet, Apple (to represent the orchard)


Jeff Scribben

The Property:

Brant’s Apple Orchard is one of the most scenic spots in Ashtabula County.

Resting on 80 acres of land with over 2,600 apple trees (22 varieties), Asian pears and table grapes,  is located just minutes from several covered bridges, wineries, and Lake Erie.

It is a great place to enjoy nature and learn about apples. Come tour the orchard and see first hand how apples are harvested, sorted, and pressed using a 150-year-old cider press. Apples are handpicked and selectively blended to create the most distinctive award winning apple cider. Apple cider Slushies’ are available as well. The on-site bakery offers freshly hand-made pies, dumplings, donuts, muffins, scones and cookies. The market also offers cookbooks, caramels, jellies, local honey and maple syrup and other gourmet pleasures.

brants outside












The Dewey Road, or Olin, Covered Bridge is about 2 miles from the orchard. You will pass Dewey Road on the right as you near the orchard.

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