They say that there’s a craft cider revolution taking place in North Carolina. Well, they say it because it’s true and Ecostyle will prove that.
You think you know your cider but these microbreweries we’ll going to tell you about are taking things to the next level with a whole new generation of techniques and flavors.
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Bull City Ciderworks, from Durham, gives you cider with attitude. These guys stepped in with some of the most interesting ciders. We really encourage your first stop to be at their cider bar right downtown and try their honey, sweet tea, ginger cider. On the top of that ask for the seasonal and small batch varieties. Sweet Mullet, which is served hot and the Cardinal Cin, with an infusion of cinnamon. Don’t worry; we are your designated driver remember?
With the cider press located just below the bar, Urban Orchard Cider Co has made Asheville the go-to destination for cider lovers.
With three of their deliciously crisp hard apple ciders that you can ask anytime, this season brings you experimental varieties that change throughout the year. Sweet English is definitely one to check out, but don’t listen to us, try them all.
Who doesn’t love a family business? This one uses apples from a nearby farm and methods basically unchanged from cider’s inception centuries ago.
They started serving their hard cider in 2013 after their wedding in 2010.
Suitable for any weather, mood or taste their cider, the Celestial is a need to taste cider.
How about a seasonal special like a pumpkin cider? Sound good, right.
You will find the best one and one with a cherry twist in Asheville at Noble Cider. What started as a project of a three friends in 2012 now is a must try: The Standard Bearer and The Village Tart, the last one is the one with the cherry twist.
McRitchie Cider is an extravagant treat, perfect for a special occasion or a lively celebration.
What started primarily as a winery now the family-owned McRitchie Winery & Ciderworks uses apples from North Carolina’s Yadkin Valley and press it on site at their own cider works to make, both semi-sweet and dry ciders, light, highly effervescent version of your favorite alcoholic apple beverage.
A must try in our opinion.
With Saxon, which is a liquid ode to the ciders of the Sachsenhausen district of Germany, or with the Good Queen Bess, which blends cider and lavender mead in honor of Queen Elizabeth I, you can’t go wrong.
Pressing their own apples to control the process from start to finish, you’ll feel the quality in every sip.
We guarantee a good time, a family-friends bonding experience and an action that will broaden your horizon when it comes to drinking.
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