CLASSIC DRY CIDER. Our cuvée features an ultra-crisp blend of American apples. Light and smooth, we crafted the kind of cider you can sip all day long. Now sit back, relax and crack open some damn good, crushable cider.
DRY ROSÉ CIDER. Bright GoldRush apples and juicy Merlot grapes bring fruit forward vibes to this silky smooth dry rosé cider. Sorta like watching a rogue wave crash – BOOM! – into fresh, cool, drinkable perfection. BIG flavor. ZERO sugar.
DRY STRAWBERRY CIDER. Juicy, ripe strawberries and vibrant GoldRush apples - summer starts NOW! Get ready for some beachy goodness and brace for a jammy wave of fresh fruit. Is it appley? Is it strawberry-y? Honey, it’s both.
CLASSIC DRY CIDER. Happiness – in a can! Winesap apples sourced from the Blue Ridge mountains shine in this crushable, single varietal dry cider. Light bodied, fruit forward and bursting with tropical flavors, it’s a great companion for wherever life takes you.
Enjoy a mixed 12-pack of house cider! This beauty features 3x cans of Sap Happy (our flagship dry cider), 3x cans of Cherry Bourbon (dry barrel-aged cider with tart Montmorency cherries), 3x cans of Grape Crush (dry rosé cider with Cabernet Franc grapes) and 3x cans of The Gobbler (festive dry cider with cranberries & maple syrup).
DRY ROSÉ CIDER. Crisp, clean, EASY DRINKIN’! Locally-grown Pink Lady apples and Cabernet Franc grapes collide in this dry, jammy cider. Super crushable with refreshing acidity and low tannins. Bring it on a hike. Or to the beach. Sometimes you need options so just bring it…EVERYWHERE!
DRY BARREL-AGED CIDER. Fruity bourbon barrel-aged cider featuring crisp Pink Lady apples and tart Montmorency cherries. Lovely notes of sweet vanilla balance the finish of this dry cider. Crazy good flavor. Zero sugar. Good luck drinking just one :)
DRY CIDER WITH PEACHES. Sun-ripened yellow peaches and juicy GoldRush apples – GAME ON! We pitted nearly 1,000 pounds of local peaches by hand to craft this light and refreshing dry cider. Pairs well with porch drinking, the great outdoors and 2020. Life’s A Peach – isn’t it?