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Friday, March 28, 2014
Cider is in the midst of a serious resurgence, perhaps nowhere more so than in the Pacific Northwest where dedicated cider bars and cider microbreweries continue to set up shop. Case in point: Seattle Cider Company, the Emerald City’s first cider company since the start of Prohibition. Opened last summer, the cidery cans two year-round brews, including today’s Drink of the Week—the Seattle Cider Co. Dry Hard Cider. Crafted with fresh juice from a bushel of Washington State-grown apples (think Gala, Granny Smith, Fuji and Red Delicious) and fermented completely dry, it’s tart and tangy with fresh apple flavors and a creamy carbonation that deliciously reflects this next generation of domestic craft cider. seattlecidercompany.com