Colorado Cider Company Releases Session Cider in Cans


Denver, Colo — Colorado Cider Company is excited to announce the release of its Radl’ah Session Cider in cans and draught June 15th.

A ‘session cider’ Radl’ah clocks in at 4.25% ABV and is spiced with lemongrass and lemon balm to give it a refreshing lemon character, perfect for a hot summer’s day.

“Radl’ah is based loosely on the German Radler beer style,” Says Colorado Cider Co-Founder Brad Page, “We took this style and adapted it to cider and came up with Radl’ah, it goes down easy with a refreshing citrus kick.”

Radl’ah will also be the first Colorado Cider Company product to be packaged in 12oz six pack cans, and will be available across the state June 15th through their distributor Elite Brands of Colorado.

“We are really excited for this new cider and think it will be the perfect beverage for river floats, camping, a day at the pool, or a long bike ride.” Says Page, “We will be looking to ship this out to our out of state markets as well starting later this month.”

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