Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Treehorn Cider now goes the can route!

 
Treehorn cans its popular Dry Cider!

Whuddup?!

While craft breweries are going heavy with metal, ciders are booming in popularity as well, so why not can them too? The advantages are evidently there; from storing them easier, to less light exposure, ability to bring them on the beach, or simply make it more worry free in the breakage department, Marietta, Georgia’s Treehorn Cider gives themselves a birthday present by canning their Dry Cider this month. I have done beer dinners and featured their crisp, refreshing ciders to mix things up, and Treehorn has been consistently well received with my food pairings. Of course, these ciders also rock the palate on their own.
Here is a breakdown on the can new delivery straight from the source below.

Cheers!
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Treehorn Cider Now Available in Cans in Conjunction With Its One-Year Anniversary this September 2016
Georgia’s First Craft Hard Cider Turns One and Is Now Available in Cans

In September of 2015, Treehorn Cider brought something fresh to Atlanta, Ga.: craft hard cider, and almost one year after its grand debut the local favorite is now available in cans. Launching with its popular Treehorn Dry Cider, the Marietta-based cidery’s new canned option is now available in restaurants, bars and retail stores throughout metro Atlanta and Georgia.
Marking its one-year anniversary, the arrival of Treehorn’s canned cider was a natural progression of the cidery’s almost instant success in the market. Its high-quality, naturally gluten-free ciders are made with locally sourced, carefully selected ingredients and sustainable practices. Additionally, the cidery’s meticulous process ferments the cider in the classic tradition that allows it to mature for at least six weeks and reveals a clean, refreshing and pleasantly dry taste with just the right amount of subtle sweetness. Available in six-packs, Treehorn Dry Cider incorporates five handpicked varieties of apples, including Staymen Winesap and Arkansas Black, chosen for their complex flavors and tannins; giving it a flavor profile of tart apple and citrus aroma with a bright and lively taste and a soft mineral finish with focused acidity.
“We’re thrilled to give cider enthusiasts a more convenient way to enjoy Treehorn at home, at the pool, while camping, at a concert or wherever they want to crack one open. It doesn’t hurt that they’re great looking cans, either,” says Jason Marraccini, Director of Business Operations.
Treehorn Dry Cider in cans is available at Sprayberry Bottle Shop, My Friend's Growler Shop, all 4 Metro Atlanta Total Wine locations, Bullocks Wine & Spirits Warehouse, Toco Giant Package Store Beverage World, Whole Foods Market Avalon, Whole Foods Merchants Walk, Whole Foods Market Buckhead, Ale Yeah! Craft Beer Market, Ale Yeah! Roswell, Corks & Caps, Argosy, Beer Girl, Growlers & Bottleshop, Lucky’s Beverage World, Empire Package Store, Five Points Bottle Shop (Athens), Dixie Beverage Outlet, Jackie’s Fine Wine and Spirits, Paces Bottle Shop, JAX Package Store, Liberty Pizza, Cumming Beverage Mart, Urban Foodie Feed Store, Graft Restaurant, Ticonderoga Club, Maltitude, S & N Package Store, Farm Burger Buckhead, Citi Wine + Spirits, The Vortex L5P, Tower Beer, Wine, Spirits, Green’s Beverage Stores, Hop City KSM ,Hop City Craft Beer and Wine, Blue Eyed Daisy @ Serenbe, Partymasters @ Parkaire, Northeast Liquor Store (Buford Hwy), Red’s Package Store (Alpharetta) and more.

For more information, call 678-503-5000. Visit www.treehorncider.com where you can sign up for the bi-weekly mailing list. Stay connected on Twitter and Instagram at @TreehornCider and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TreehornCider.

About Treehorn Cider:

Based out of Marietta, Ga., Treehorn Cider’s mission is deeply rooted in a culture of sustainability, including understanding and minimizing impact on the environment and promoting environmental responsibility amongst employees, consumers and the surrounding community. On the production side, the major waste product associated with cider—the organic material leftover after juicing—is composted or sold to local farmers for animal feed. Its products are packaged primarily in reusable stainless steel kegs and canned using recyclable and post-consumer materials with minimal display packaging. One hundred percent of the company’s fresh-pressed juice is purchased from regional apple growers within 150 miles of the cidery that minimize the use of pesticides and other agro- chemicals, as well as energy and water. Sold throughout Georgia, Treehorn has two ciders available, Treehorn Dry Cider (5.9% ABV) and Treehorn Ginger Reserve (5.9% ABV) with a seasonal hopped cider and a three-chili cider releasing soon. For more information, visit www.treehorncider.com

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