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The best cider comes from fresh-pressed apples, not concentrate or apple-like flavorings or aroma compounds. What's more, the kinds of apples used to make cider are of tantamount importance; it takes a blend of sweet, tart and bitter flavors to make a well-balanced cider.

With this in mind, we source a specific selection of Midwestern sweet and sharp apples from Minnesota and Michigan growers and brew in a bittering component to make balanced, fresh, decidedly different products.