After a 7-month masked-up interlude, tastings are finally back once again at the Bevie, and we’re kicking the spring schedule off with our friends from Shacksbury! They’ve got ciders for every taste under the sun – whether sweet or dry, spiced or hoppy, funky or whistle-clean, they’re sure to serve up something for any discerning palate. Come get a taste!
Shacksbury Cider Tasting | Friday, 4/22 | 3P-6P
All tasting participants must be 21 years of age or older.
Get your craft cider sampling boots on and get over to the Beverage Warehouse for a delicious, refreshing, VT made event!
From 3:30-6:30p on Friday, May 6th, you can taste a slew of Shacksbury Cider with Kim, the general manager and score some of their new cans!
For sampling will be the ever popular Shacksbury line in addition to Millrace, a DRAFT-ONLY cider.
We are delighted to be hosting Shackbury for their can kickoff – we’ll be releasing and sampling their craveable semi-dri cans!
These ciders are made from Lost Apples of the Champlain Valley. By Lost Apples, we mean apples that homesteaders planted for homemade hard cider over 100+ years ago. Colin, David, and the Shacksbury Team, with the help of Michael Lee from Twig Farm and Brad Koehler from Windfall Orchard, forage through cow pastures, meadows, and forests of Vermont to harvest, then press and ferment these apples into a one-of-a-kind cider. If we love the cider from a particular tree, we graft it back into production.
Extra dry, green apple, fresh cut grass, cheese, soft tannins and minerality
Inspired by the Basque tradition of celebrating Spring through cider
A blend of lost apples foraged from two orchards in Danby, ermont
Native yeast fermentation with a secondary malolactic fermentation
Bottle conditioned for light effervescence, no added sulfites, unfiltered
Produced and bottled by Shacksbury Cider in Shoreham, Vermont