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Posted in New Releases, Treehorn Cider

Treehorn Cider releases first cans (in July)

Treehorn Dry Cider cans

Marietta, Georgia based Treehorn Cider has released their first canned offering. The cidery opened almost one year ago.

Treehorn Dry Cider, one of the first ciders in the lineup, has been chosen as the first packaged offering. The Dry edition features five Continue Reading →

Posted in Harpoon Brewing, New Beers
Posted in Headlines, New Belgium

First Look: New Belgium Cider

New Belgium Cider

New Belgium Brewing has almost completed their Asheville, North Carolina brewery build. With that project near completion, the brewery is already looking into a new chapter. Hard cider.

In July, ever-so-quietly, New Belgium released small batches of Side Trip Series cider. Continue Reading →

Posted in Coming Soon, Crispin/Fox Barrel Ciders, Don't Miss This

Crispin 15 Men, a New Rum Aged Cider

Crispin 15 Men Cider

Crispin 15 Men, the cidery’s first ever rum barrel-aged cider, releases in early October.

Crispin 15 Men alludes to the classic tale by Robert Louis Stevenson, Treasure Island, and is set to punctuate the taste buds with thoughts of pirates, buried treasure, and swashbuckling adventure.

The Continue Reading →

Posted in Don't Miss This, Woodchuck Cider

Woodchuck Gumption Joins Year Round Cider Linup

Woodchuck Gumption

Woodchuck Cider (Middlebury, VT) marks 24 years of following their own (cider) path, with new Gumption Cider.

Nearly a quarter of a decade ago when Woodchuck made the business decision to re-introduce America to hard cider, they were taking a gamble. One Continue Reading →

Posted in Beer News, Don't Miss This, Woodchuck Cider
Posted in Headlines, Short's Brewing, Starcut Ciders

Short’s Brewing Introduces Starcut Cider Division

Short’s Brewing Company (Bellaire, MI) has announced a new division of their company – Starcut Ciders. The pressed hard ciders are designed to showcase the beauty and fruits of Northern Michigan.

Short’s head brewer Tony Hanson has taken lead on the Continue Reading →