Just as you never see flannel sheets steeped in iced tea, you won’t find many beverages that are both comforting and refreshing. Our Chai-der advances gently with a harmony of cinnamon, clove, and cardamom, warmed through with black tea and ginger. And just when you think it’s time to turn in, the bright snap of apple throws another log on the hearth.
Fruit forward with bold pineapple notes and a floral finish
We haven’t been this excited about a colorful drink since childhood. But our hibiscus-driven
hue is a more mature marriage of our hard apple cider and a rush of pineapple that gives way
to a floral finale
Defying the expectations of a traditional sweet cider, Clarksburg Semi-Sweet hard cider leads with the taste of bright, red-fleshed apples with just a whisper of sugar before the sweetness quickly ebbs for a clean finish that restores the palate.
Just as wine shouldn’t taste like grape juice, Clarksburg Dry hard cider doesn’t taste like apple juice. More subtle in its approach, light, green-fleshed apples lead the way with a sophisticated finish reminiscent of a dry white wine.
No need to pucker up for a citrus-forward beverage that’s too tart. Clarksburg Savory Citrus hard cider gets the balance right, coaxing the best out of lemons and locally-grown apples before rounding the edges with the slightest touch of sea salt.
A better use of barrels than another trip over Niagara Falls. Those early daredevils could have
experienced a more pleasurable soak had they learned the craft of barrel aging. Instead, they left it
to us to anoint our classic dry hard cider with sweet vanilla bean and the rich notes of caramel and
oak that only seasoned bourbon barrels can impart
Cranberry has been paired with so many different flavors, we all figured its next stop was the convent. But its fear of commitment was no match for the alluring charm of our hard cider and come-hither accents of ginger spice to keep things interesting.