Free tasting reminder! Swing on over from 3:30-6:30 PM today and sample the Vermont made summertime delights of gluten free Stowe Cider VTea!
-> VTea | Half & Half – Hard Tea & Half Lemonade
-> VTea | Hard Tea – Stowe Cider Makes The Tea Harder
Try the line up from Champlain Orchards VT!
– Hard Cider
– Mac & Maple Cider
– Cranberry Cider
– Pruner’s Pride
– Honeycrisp – NEW in cans!!
We produce a variety of ciders – from everyday drinking ciders, to our rotating seasonal releases, to our single-varietal Estate Series, and are excited by new ideas and creativity when it comes to our recipes. With a nod to the early days of the cider scene and an appreciation for innovation and creativity, we take traditional hard ciders and put our own modern Vermont spin on them.
We are delighted to announce 3 new ciders from our friends over at Stowe Cider!
Stowe Cider & Lincoln Peak Vineyard | Touch of Grape | Marquette | $13.99/4pk 12oz cans | 7.5% ABV | Vermont maker collaboration! Hard cider co-fermented with red wine pomace.
Stowe Cider & Lincoln Peak Vineyard | Touch of Grape | La Crescent | $13.99/4pk 12oz cans | 7.5% ABV | Vermont maker collaboration! Hard cider co-fermented with white wine pomace.
Stowe Cider | Pippin Ain’t Easy | Pippin Cider | $8.99/500ml | 6.7% ABV | Pippin Ain’t Easy is a unique and diverse cider that pays homage to two varieties of pippin apples and finished with the wonderful Ahmead’s Kernel. This is a serious cider for not so serious people.
”Every silver lining’s got a touch of…grape?” Well, those might not be the exact Grateful Dead lyrics, but they will give you a hint as to what our newest ciders are all about! When our friends over at Zenbarn were looking for a speciality keg to feature at their Wednesday night music series with Zach Nugent’s Acoustic Dead Duo an idea was sparked and our newest ciders, A Touch of Grape, (inspired by the song Touch of Grey) were born.
Citizen Cider Companion Tart Cherry Cider & Tasting FRI 07/21
Delicious days about at the Bevie with a FREE HARD CIDER tasting Friday, July 21st from 4-6p.
Our local friends at Citizen Cider keep pumping craveable beverages into our store – we’re delighted with their latest release of Companion, a tart cherry cider!
Get your hiney over to the Bevie, and meet these local makers!
Apple trees and tart cherry trees make good companions in the orchard. They bloom and harvest at different times throughout the growing season, which is good for the land and good for the farmer. We figured they might make nice companions in a fermented cider as well. It turned out to be true, which is good for us, and good for you. Be a Good Companion and enjoy this very limited sour cherry cider.
We gave Stan the task of making us the finest blend of cider possible from the fruit at his orchard. Made with heirloom blends, this year we did something a little different with Stan Up and used only 2015 apples giving this year’s cider a vintage. We aged the cider in our steel tanks for 10 months starting last November, bottled it in late August and then let it bottle condition for another 2 months. And Voila! A year later we present Stan Up – 2015 Crop.
Made with Northern Spy apples alone, this single varietal cider is indubitably a showcase of one proud apple. Bright and acidic with a touch of sweetness and loads of character, the Northern Spy is an exceptional addition to your personal reserve.
Cider rosé made by three bros right in the great state of Vermont. bRosé is hand crafted by co-fermenting 100% Vermont blueberries and sweet cider pressed at Happy Valley Orchard in Middlebury, Vermont. bRosé is the embodiment of cooperation. Blueberry and apple, summer and fall, farmers and cider makers. Here’s to getting along.
Citizen Cider meets Shelburne Museum:
A collaboration of history and apples.
That’s right, we collab. The good folks at Shelburne Museum contacted us with an idea. “We have feral apple trees on the museum grounds, you guys make cider with apples, let’s join forces.” So, that’s what we did.
Turns out these apple trees are much more special than we even anticipated. Electra Havemeyer Webb, the founder of Shelburne Museum and also an ambitious and well-known collector of Americana, was responsible for the collection of heritage apple trees that reside on the museum grounds.
Read the full story: http://www.citizencider.com/2017/02/introducing-elsewhere/