Announcing the launch of the Northwest Cider Club. The Northwest Cider Association, a non-profit trade organization representing nearly 100 cideries in Oregon, Washington, Montana, Idaho and British Columbia is launching a first of its kind, the Northwest Cider Club nwciderclub.com.
Stowe Cider is excited to welcome back their Vermont Grown series, this time as a rosé style cider made with Black Currants & Damson Plums!
Bryant’s Cider customers can finally have a taste of Richmond’s finest brut, hard ciders straight from the taps again.
After a decade working for some of the best known brands in the cider industry, Caitlin Braam is launching twin projects of her own: Yonder Cider and The Source.
The National Beer Wholesalers Association’s monthly Beer Purchasers’ Index bounced back from a dismal 35 reading in April to an overall index of 66 in May. Long-time Vermont Cider Co. executive Terry Hopper is exiting the maker of Woodchuck Hard Cider, effective today. And more industry news bites.
Cider Summit Portland, a popular artisanal hard cider tasting festival, was scheduled to celebrate its 10th annual event this June at The Fields Park in the Pearl District. With the need to maintain social distancing in the face of COVID-19, Cider Summit is instead bringing cider to the people with a Festival To-Go Tasting Kit, available now through June 16.
With the loss of tasting room and on-premise sales, members of the American Cider Association have been forced to pivot to curbside sales, virtual tastings and bundles sold through e-commerce, ACA executive director Michelle McGrath explained.
Buskey Cider is releasing their first rum barrel aged cider, crafted with dragonfruit, kiwi, and, of course, tropical vibes.
Cider category dollar share shrank in 2019, however, the growth of regional and local producers proved to be a bright spot, Danny Brager, senior VP of market research firm Nielsen’s beverage alcohol practice, shared Thursday during the American Cider Association’s (ACA) annual CiderCon conference in Oakland, California.
Nine Pin Ciderworks, New York’s first farm cidery, announced the release of Cucumber Lime Light Cider, the first in the company’s new light cider series that honors New York cider’s colonial roots.
There is another mate joining from across the pond. Magners® Irish Cider is bringing new innovation to the US for the first time in a while with Magners Berry. Magners Berry has been a fan favorite overseas, and the Magners US team has received many requests to bring it stateside.
Baltimore-based independent brewery, Heavy Seas Beer (Clipper City Imports, a division of Clipper City Brewing LP), of Baltimore Maryland, announced today the launch of E.Krispers Cider.
Alter Ego Cider, a small-batch, artisanal cidery owned and operated by winemakers in Portland, Oregon, has launched two ciders in cans: The Brut and The Guardian Angel. A third cider, The Dark Royale, will follow in the coming months.
C Squared Ciders, a Denver, CO-based independent craft cidery announced the release of Drake, the second offering from their high end and barrel-aged Sailor Series. Drake is an English-American Hybrid Cider made with heritage Chisel Jersey apples.