Portland Cider Company
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A Note on This Beer
According to National Geographic, colonial Americans were super into cider. Not that fake, watered-down cider we find at grocery stores today, mind you, but fermented cider made from real fruit and aged in barrels!
If they were around today, they’d be all about Portland Cider Co.
These guys use fresh-pressed juice from Northwest-grown apples and follow the same cider-making traditions that the colonists brought over from England. Each glass is like a boozy sip of nature itself — the cidery never uses artificial flavorings, dyes, or sulfites!
Get a taste of today’s Peach Berry, and you’ll taste how they load this 5.2% ABV cider with more fresh flavor than our colonial compatriots ever could have dreamt of! It brims with bold, juicy Oregon peaches, backed with a sweetly-tart blend of raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries.
Yeah, there’s no going back to the grocery store stuff after a sip of this authentic freshness!
*Portland Cider Co. is Willamette Week’s ‘Best Cidery in Portland’ and has over 70 medals from local and international competitions!