Appleman: You are in Spokane? Yes!
My experience with cider apples is practically nil so far. The initial idea was to grow a couple apple trees for fresh eating, sauce and pies. Several disappointments and learning more expanded the scope of my hopes to include cider. Just in the past few weeks I grafted Harrison and Goldrush, both with the hope of pressing cider. Claygate Pearmain was successfully grafted only two years ago, and I think CP may contribute to cider - as well as providing other delights. Neil Crowley in Reno, NV loves it. The Redfield is a bench graft (on M26) bought in '14, now standing in another yard where it will get the room needed to grow properly. Both Redfield and Winekist appear to be spreading trees, and I had already designated the space in this yard to others.
I have no cider press.
One tree I hope will make summer cider - mixed with Winekist juice - is Summer Rambo/Rambour Franc. It was a cleft graft I made onto Geneva 30 in '12. It has attained a nice size at about 11 feet. This season it is going to be loaded with blooms after growing with nary a one until now. It might show 10% bloom today.
Winekist had some surprise bloom last year and two fruits, which clinched its ID. Bloom was mid, almost mid-late, a deep pink which faded to lilac before petal fall.
Redfield has yet to bloom, but that is expected.
I had hoped Sturmer Pippin might contribute to cider, as well as baking and fresh eating in winter and spring, but it requires much more calcium than my soil possesses, and I have top-worked it recently to Keepsake. BTW, Sturmer might be worth trying if one were to load the drip zone with dolomite while the sapling grows and add more every year or so to mitigate cork and bitter pit. It is fairly precocious, PSF, and the fruit tastes wonderful in those bits I could cut away from cork and bitter pit. REading its assessment by Brits, it seems to be the better for our sun, dry air and 30 degree F temperature swings.
Lastly, I have Hunt Russet, also a bench graft made (from Maple Valley Orchards, Wisconsin) in '14. It stands on P2, so will be of modest size. This season it is opening about 11 debut blossom buds, so I may get a sample to find when it ripens. This apple has cider potential, and I wonder if I should have gotten it on M26 instead.
That is the extent of my cider experience, mostly research and the beginning stages of trial and error. I hope this can be of some use to you.