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How To Enjoy Craft Cider – Infographic

In our last blog post about craft cider, we shed light on the basics (Craft Cider 101). This fall, I challenge you to look over the rim of your tasting glass and experiment with artisan hard cider in cocktails and at dinner parties. For inspiration, visit one of fall’s many cider events, like Cider Week Virginia and New York.

As versatile as wine and beer, craft cider can hold its own on tasting menus and in cocktail glasses – shaken or stirred. Even better: Cider bars across the country are finally becoming a staple of America’s drink culture.

Here’s how and where to enjoy craft cider this season! Cheers.


Download the full infographic here. [Credit: PadillaCRT] 

About Laura Petrosky:

Hailing from Austria, Laura serves as an Account Supervisor for clients in the Food & Beverage, Consumer and Corporate Practices. Growing up among Riesling, Wiener Schnitzel and Sachertorte, her love affair for good food and wine (major aids in achieving a state of unhurry Austrians call “Gemütlichkeit”) became a career. Over the past nine years, Laura has provided expertise in public relations, social media strategy, marketing, event planning and account management for clients such as Vibrant Rioja, Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau, Wines from Alsace, Laurent Perrier Champagne, Bombay Sapphire Gin, Lucid Absinthe and Flor de Caña Rum. She also serves as the account manager for The Federation of Quebec Maple Syrup Producers and provides PR counsel for clients in the automotive industry.

3 Comments on “How To Enjoy Craft Cider – Infographic

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  2.  by  Rachel

    Unfortunately, the infographic is wrong. I live in Chicago, less than 4 blocks from where The Northman should be, but isn’t. It was supposed to open over two years ago, and yet there is still no opening date. I wish it was one of the nation’s top cider bars! Maybe in another 5 years…

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