bottle release

Double Mountain Releases Estate Heirloom Cider in Bottles

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Double Mountain Brewery has bottled an estate heirloom cider made with apples from the company’s own orchard for the first time.

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Multiple varieties of apples including Golden Russet, Dabinet, Foxwhelp, Kingston Black, Brown Snout, Braeburns, Ashmead Kernel and more bring the complexity of heritage cider apples forefront on this estate cider. It is this artistic blend of bittersharp, sharp, and bittersweet varieties that develop the richness of old world apple flavor to this delightful artisan cider. The Estate Cider is currently available on draft and by bottle at our Hood River Taproom and SE Portland Taproom in the Woodstock neighborhood. Look for it now on draft and in stores in your area and throughout the Northwest!

“To plant the trees, watch them grow, blossom, bear fruit and be transformed into this estate cider has been a dream of a lifetime- all under our care,” Matt Swihart, Brewmaster.

 

 

Estate Cider
Dry Cider
6.9% ABV, Gluten Free
 
Description: This Estate-Grown cider is full bodied with old world apple flavor, delicately tart and crisp. Fermented with a French Champagne yeast, the cider provokes luscious aromas of apple, pear, Oregon earth and white cumulous clouds on a blue sky morning.

 

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