When 2 Towns Ciderhouse releases Pearadise Imperial Cider this week, it marks the cider makers return with a pear cider but with a slight new twist.
With the release of this amped up Pear Cider, 2 Towns Ciderhouse incorporates Washington-grown anjou pears, Oregon-grown muscat grapes and fresh-pressed 100% Northwest apples for the cider’s recipe. With 8.6% ABV, full body, ripe pear character, and a kiss of floral notes from the Muscat.
“Pearadise is our definition of a summer imperial cider, though the season isn’t usually associated with such heavy hitters. It’s super juicy, balanced, and easy to drink,” said Dave Takush, head cidermaker for 2 Towns Ciderhouse, in a prepared statement. “Pair it with a summer plate of red berries, and chunks of cheese, or something simple like candied nuts. Doesn’t really matter, you’ll be drinking liquid Pearadise.”
Pearadise Imperial Getaway Cider is part of the 2 Towns Ciderhouse seasonal line of craft ciders and will be available in May through the end of June throughout its distribution footprint of Washington, California, Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, and the Chicago and Minneapolis areas.