We love cider…good cider that is. Especially the fun, interesting and experimental kind we found at Urban Orchard. Not much beats a nice crisp, cold and just ever so slightly sweet cider on a hot day. And considering cider used to be more common than wine, we’re obviously not the only ones that think so.
Apples were one of the earliest known crops in the English-speaking New World and so of course it didn’t take long to start fermenting and making cider.
The American legend John Chapman aka good ol’ Johnny Appleseed was the American pioneer who introduced apple trees to states like Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and West Virginia. I can only imagine what Johnny Appleseed would think of the fermented awesomeness found at Urban Orchard!
Article Link: Gone With The Wynns