While children enjoy their hot apple ciders on crisp fall days, adults have ciders they enjoy on hot summer days… Angry Orchard Summer Honey: If you’re looking for something a little sweet, this is it. This golden beverage is the perfect combination of raw apple with tangy orange blossom honey.
Angry Orchard Cider House Collection, The Muse - This one is going to have to wait until you come back inside, because in addition to looking and tasting like champagne, it is also bottled like—and incidentally, costs as much as—the classic sparkling wines we all know and love. It’s refreshing, crisp, and so, so worth the Hamilton-and-a-half.
In fall 2015, Angry Orchard opened a new home for research and development, the Innovation Cider House, on its historic 60-acre apple orchard in Walden, NY. Here, the cider makers will continue to drive experimentation, and drinkers are welcome to visit for samples of exclusive ciders made on-site.
We’ve been focusing a lot on cider this week, but we haven’t taught you how to drink it yet. Luckily we have an incredibly talented and knowledgeable cider maker here at the station to show you how to do just that!
So when Angry Orchard announced their new Orchard's Edge series, which is comprised of ciders that are a bit higher in alcohol content (6.5 percent abv), we were happy to take a shot at synchronizing liquid with smoke.
Angry Orchard has been releasing cider variations, and Knotty Pear is the first to use that fruit. It’s not true perry, or pear cider, but a combination of five different apple and four pear varieties, plus a touch of cardamom spice.
American cider has come a long way in the past few years, and we think it can be pushed even further. With Orchard’s Edge, we took our two decades of cider making experience to create styles that we think represent what is next for cider.