Eden Ciders Releases 2 New Cans: Peak Bloom and Deep Cut

Two new cans have hit the market from Vermont cider stalwart, Eden Ciders! We love how this brand has been moving into a more casual cider zone; while we are huge fans of their 750ml-format bottles and ice ciders, easygoing cans are our everyday go-to. In August 2018, Eden launched its first canned harvest cider,…

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Destination Cider: Twin Star Orchards in New Paltz, NY

If you’re sick of being stuck at home, we totally get it! The good news is that the chances are high that if you draw a 2-hour circle around your house on a map, that there is somewhere chill and lovely (with cider, of course) to spend some time with a partner or friend and…

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Cider Business School Wrap-Up and Links to Videos of the Sessions

In mid-August, we wrapped up a four-week session of an online educational platform called Cider Business School, presented by Ekos, makers of amazing cider management software, and Cider Culture. We wanted to extend a hearty thank you to everyone who helped to make these classes a success: Thank you to the presenters and to all…

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Take a Peek Inside Jack’s Hard Cider’s New Cider House

In the wake of so much hardship that small businesses are facing during COVID-19, it’s refreshing to get some good news now and then. Though the craft cider community has taken its fair share of knocks during the pandemic, there are some brands that are able to push forward, and occasionally, even grow. One recent…

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8 Ciders Perfect for Summer Nights

Hot days, chill nights: Summer is cider season, through and through. After a day of adventuring (or doing nothing at all), there’s nothing quite like cracking open a cold cider to help restore your energy. For times like these, we turn to craft cider’s spritzy, fun side — we love serious ciders, too, but when…

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Shake Up Your Cider Routine: 5 Cider Clubs to Try

You know the feeling: You’re standing in front of the cider section at your local bottle shop, or looking over the draft menu at your favorite bar, hoping that there’s something new to explore. And, more often than not, it’s the same exact things to choose from that you had last week. Before you get…

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Peachy Keen: 7 Peach Ciders to Try

It’s peach season! Queen of all stone fruits, these fuzzy, juicy beauts herald the height of summer in all its sticky, sweaty glory. Scoop them up at the farmers market, while you still can, and eat them with gusto! And, when the sun sets, crack open a peach craft cider — it’s their season, too!…

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New to the Oregon Cider Community: Peak Light Cider

Peak Light Cider is a new project, recently launched by Sauvie Island farmers, Jen and Travis Lovejoy. For five years, the couple and their three children have been working the land on Columbia River’s largest island, just 10 miles northwest of downtown Portland, Oregon. Their home, Pivot Farm, references the change in their life upon…

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7 Hard Cider Seltzers and Light Ciders to try This Summer

Love ’em or hate ’em, hard seltzers are dominating the beverage scene this summer. Low-calorie, low-carb and low-ABV, they speak to a certain day-drinking vibe, maybe by the pool, or after a hike, when you just want to chug something for refreshment and a subtle boozy buzz. The craft cider industry is vying for a…

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Cidermaker Q & A: Tandem Ciders

Malaika Tyson is one half of the blogging duo Cider Soms, which was started as a way to introduce wine lovers to the world of cider. Along with her husband Sean, the “Soms” blog seeks to uncover and explain the complexities of ciders in a fun way. We first discovered Tandem Ciders in 2016 on…

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Ekos and Cider Culture Present: Cider Business School

We are so excited to announce an expansion of our Cider School series, the weekly educational hang-out that we developed during the first few weeks of the COVID-19 lockdown. Through a partnership with Ekos, the game-changing cider management software, we’re taking Cider School to the next level with a four-part series that we’re calling Cider…

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