Prospect Ciderworks Collaborates with Aeronaut Brewing on Sidro’s Secret

BOSTON — Roxbury’s Prospect Ciderworks has announced its collaboration with Somerville’s Aeronaut Brewing Company on its newest product: Sidro’s Secret, a modern American snakebite.

Sidro’s Secret is the result of a mid-winter blending session within Aeronaut Labs in Somerville, Mass. Aeronaut’s fruity, hop-forward Vic’s Secret Hop Exploration IPA meets the subtle, balanced flavor of Prospect’s New England cider, Sidro. The result is a modern American craft twist on the traditional British lager-cider blend that is known as a snakebite.

“When we initially came up with the idea of adding a snakebite to our line-up, Aeronaut immediately stuck out as a natural fit for a partner,” says Chase Brooks, co-founder of Prospect Ciderworks. “Not only are we huge fans of their beer, but we admire the innovation that goes into each product and their openness to trying new things, which is exactly what we were looking for in creating what would become Sidro’s Secret.”

Sidro’s Secret (6.2% ABV) is available for sale in 16 oz. cans on- and off-premise in Massachusetts. To find a Prospect retailer near you, visit prospectciderworks.com.

About Prospect Ciderworks

Prospect Ciderworks, located in Roxbury neighborhood of Boston, Mass., was founded with a mission to elevate cider and facilitate a strong culture surrounding their modern American cidermaking technique. Founded as Harvard Cider Company in 2014, the brand honed its cidermaking craft, moved to Boston, and relaunched as Prospect Ciderworks in June 2017. To learn more, visit prospectciderworks.com.

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