In response to many years of continued growth and an increasingly limited amount of space, Citizen Cider has moved forward with plans to expand the company’s operation to include a state of the art fruit processing and storage facility on Flynn Avenue in Burlington.
After raising more than $6 million from investors over the last five years, Sonoma Cider has ceased operations at its production facility and taproom in Northern California, the Santa Rosa Press Democrat reported. In a statement issued to the Press Democrat, Sonoma Cider co-founder and CEO David Cordtz said the Healdsburg-based maker of hard cider products “suddenly and without warning” lost its investor funding and closed as of March 28.
Nine Pin Cider Works, New York’s first farm cidery, has announced it will plant and develop an urban orchard in Albany’s Washington Park, among the first of its kind in a major U.S. city. The urban orchard is being organized in partnership with the City of Albany, the Washington Park Conservancy, and Samascott Orchards.
Nine Pin Cider Works, New York’s first farm cidery, has announced its 2018 release of Cidre Rosé. Cidre Rosé blends the modern world of New York craft cider with old world methods of rosé wine making
Buskey Cider, located in Richmond’s own Scott’s Addition, will be releasing their first batch of limited release cans on Wednesday, March 21st at 5pm. The cider is a new release which is made from three ingredients: fresh apples, fresh oranges, and fresh ginger – exactly what you’d expect.
Bold Rock Hard Cider has announced the launch of its new seasonal cider, Rosé.Available on shelves February 5, Rosé is a fruit-forward, rosé-inspired cider with a crisp berry finish. Bold Rock’s first seasonal of 2018 is sure to inspire craft beer and wine drinkers alike to enjoy the onset of spring.
Portland, Oregon’s Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider announced plans last week to move its operations into a 21,000 sq. ft. building that will allow the company to double its capacity and meet growing demand for its products.
Nine Pin Cider, New York’s first farm cidery, is proud to announce that Nine Pin cider products are available in Upstate N.Y. theater locations for Bow Tie Cinemas.
The 2015 vintage La Mûre (6.9% ABV) from 2 Towns Ciderhouse is available starting this week. La Mûre, a lambic-style craft cider, is inspired by the famous lambic beers of Belgium and embodies the Flemish styles of old. Northwest apples and Oregon-grown Marion blackberries are fermented, then soured with Lactobacillus.
Prickle Me Pink^2, a brand new iteration of a favorite past limited release cider is now available from 2 Towns Ciderhouse, as well as a summer season hopped cider, Hop & Stalk. Both ciders are available throughout 2 Towns Ciderhouse’s distribution area.
Burlington, VT. – Citizen Cider, founded in 2010 on a hunch and some good old-fashioned hard work, has quickly become a leading player in the craft cider arena. Citizen Cider strives to look at the bigger picture and focuses on being involved in every aspect of their supply chain, sourcing all fruit directly from local… Read more »
Standard Beverage Corporation is proud to announce, in partnership with Austin Eastciders, the expansion of the brand into the Midwest Region with availability throughout Kansas beginning on July 10.