PORTLAND, Ore. – Northwest Cider Association, a member-driven nonprofit supportingcidermakers in OR, WA, MT, ID & British Columbia, announces last call for subscriptions to theNorthwest Cider Club for their summer release. NW Cider Club offers hand-selected boxes featuring some of the region’s best and most coveted ciders, curated by cider experts.
Each subscription box is delivered quarterly, with two tiers to choose from. The “Elevated” tier provides four 750mL (wine sized) bottles perfect for sharing, while the “Discover” tier offers six hard-to-find Northwest-made ciders in 12 to 16.9oz cans and bottles. Each subscription is delivered quarterly, and is available in 39 states across the U.S.
The pre-order window for the summer shipment closed on May 26, but there are a few more days to take advantage of this unique program, just in time for Father’s Day and graduation gifting. For those who order before June 10th, boxes will be delivered in late June.Gifting cider is giving an experience.
Northwest Cider Club makes it easy for cider curious and cider aficionados alike to explore new profiles from a variety of cider makers across the region. Gift memberships are available for a single quarter (or as long as you like) with no fees for cancellation.
“This quarter’s Cider Club box is an ideal one for new subscribers to start with,” said Emily Ritchie, executive director of the Northwest Cider Association. “The variety of cider styles we’ve chosen are a great way for everyone—aficionados and cider newcomers alike—to explore the differences and find the type of cider that they like the best.”
The Discover Cider Styles box will include selections from all across Oregon and Washington, including Alma Cider’s Hopped botanical cider; 12 Bridge Ciderworks’ Summer Daze fruit cider; Liberty Cider’s Garratza Basque-style cider; Blossom Barn Cidery’s Front Porch Perry cider; Greenwood Cider’s Barrel-aged Dry; and Rain Barrel Ciderworks’ Semi-dry Hard Cider.
The Elevated Cider Styles box will feature selections from Washington and Montana, including MadroneCellars & Cidery’s Dry Hopped Cider; Methow Valley Ciderhouse’s Black Raven fruit cider; Westcott Bay Cider’s Traditional Dry; and Western Cider’s Hewe’s Rouge Estate Cider, a barrel-aged selection.
“We’re able to provide our subscribers a substantialdiscount on the curated boxes when they join theCider Club,” continued Ritchie. “These unique cidersjust can’t be found together anywhere else.”
Subscribers now have the option to save more when they double their Discover box, or opt to join both the Elevated and Discover tiers.
About Northwest Cider Association
Founded in 2010, the Northwest Cider Association (NWCA) brings cideries and cider lovers together to learn, experience and enjoy the Northwest cider culture. Representing nearly 100 commercial cidermakers from throughout Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and British Columbia, the group is dedicated to supporting, promoting and growing its thriving industry. NWCA has hosted cider-themed events, including Cider Rite of Spring, Summer Cider Day, and Cider Weeks in Oregon, Washington and British Columbia.
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