The #1 independent cidery in the country, the Pacific Northwest’s 2 Towns Ciderhouse, The Bad Apple (10.5% ABV, #1 selling single-serve craft cider in the U.S.), is now available in 4-packs of 12 oz. cans (in 15 U.S. states) for the first time since its original launch in 2010 (The Bad Apple is sold in 500ml. bottles, on draft, and now 12 oz. cans). 2 Towns Ciderhouse is a pioneer and true innovator in the cider world: 2 Towns was the first cidery to not only produce an imperial cider, but to establish imperials as its own category within the cider marketplace.
The Bad Apple is made of fresh-pressed Northwest apples and Meadowfoam honey aged on Oregon White Oak. Beekeepers bring their hives to the massive meadowfoam fields close to the 2 Towns Ciderhouse to pollinate the flowers. The rich dark amber colored honey is some of the highest quality with incredibly robust notes of vanilla, toasted marshmallows, marzipan and crème brûlée. Honey is added along with the fresh pressed apples directly to the fermenting tanks, boosting the initial gravity (or fermentable sugars) of the cider to produce the 10.5% ABV from which The Bad Apple’s namesake originates.
Join our crew from 7-9 pm at First National Taphouse to learn more about this amazing cider and taste it fresh!