Craft cider is big business in New York. Just look at the rise of state-certified farm cideries, in addition to the strong contingent of bars and restaurants dedicated to serving the stuff. Now Bad Seed, what's being billed as the city's "first ever cider Tap Room," has opened in Crown Heights, serving a variety of craft alcohols (with a preference for cider) produced in the Empire State.

Wikilow Orchards first opened a Tap Room in Highland, NY, before debuting their new bar at this year's Cider Week. They offer 20 tap lines, including 12 taps pouring Bad Seed and another eight pouring a rotating selection of New York-produced craft beer. Bottles of New York State wines and spirits will also be available for purchase, along with growler fills. Pints run $7 and flights $12.

"It's going to be mostly New York City breweries that are friends of ours, that we've gotten close to [as well as] some Hudson Valley beers that basically no one else is carrying," co-owner Bram Kincheloe explained to DNAinfo. Kincheloe runs the new Tap Room alongside Albert Wilklow, whose family has run the farm for six generations, and Devin Britton.

The Tap Room won't serve any food, but owners says patrons are welcome to BYO food or order from somewhere in the neighborhood. The space features a thirty foot bar and a 400-square-foot backyard, with some giant Jenga for amusement.

585 Franklin Avenue; badseedhardcider.com