The Colony Meadery is gearing up to release Pie-Eyed Granny, a new 16% ABV cyser, a blend of apple cider and mead honey wine. The meadery used local cider from Scholl Orchards in Bethlehem and added in a blend of pie spices to develop a unique holiday-themed drink. The cyser will be packaged in 375ml bottles and will be available for purchase at the meadery. We’ll keep you updated with more information on release details as they become available.
Geoffrey Deen, a Mount Bethlel farmer, is hoping to open a new cidery named Hardball Cider at his family’s farm. Elvern Farms, a Pennsylvania Century farm which has been in Deen’s family…
When we broke the news about Franklin Hill Vineyards exploring the option of opening a distillery last year, we also mentioned that they were working on making cider. Under Pennsylvania law, a…
A little while ago we sent an inquiry to Sam Adams, who utilizes a giant brewery in Breinigsville, why they were seeking a winery license for their beer brewery. Turns out the company is looking into producing Boston Beer Company’s Angry Orchard cider at the Lehigh Valley brewery as well.
Thanksgiving is also coming up. Perhaps you could ditch that impossible wine pairing and go with something a little more traditional, like cider?