Ciders

Bearded Queen
Some things shouldn’t be good, but they are.¬† Like hopped cider.

Fermented to dryness, then judiciously hopped with Citra and Nelson Sauvin to bring out the hop aromatics without the aggressiveness. Flavor notes include citrus, mango, black pepper, and gooseberry.
Alcohol by volume: 5.76%
Apples: Braeburn and Granny Smith from SLO County
Pairings: creamy brie, manchego, and goat cheese (nom nom nom).

The Gala Agenda
It’s not dangerous, it’s delicious.

A dry, refreshing cider with notes of stone fruit, citrus, and light spice. Perfect for hot days.
Alcohol by volume: 7.48%
Apples: Gala from Santa Barbara County
Pairings: chili, spicy Indian food, lemon pie, aged gouda

Kumquat May
Come what may, we will always love a musical.

A tart, dry, fruity-citrusy cider, these apples were co-fermented with organic kumquats.
Alcohol by volume: 6.6%
Apples: Gala from Santa Barbara County, Braeburn and Granny Smith from SLO County
Pairings: kale-gorgonzola-pear flatbread, creamy pumpkin soup, brunch

Coming soon…

Number 3. 
One and one and one is three. Sweet apples and sweet-sharp apples and French oak is Number 3.

I Feel Pretty.
Pretty and witty and gay!

Crabby McCrabface
Unapologetic in naming, tartness, and funk.

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