A new cider club is set to launch in December from the Northwest Cider Association (NWCA) The non-profit trade organization representing nearly 100 cideries in Oregon, Washington, Montana, Idaho and British Columbia is launching the Northwest Cider Club.
The first release of the Northwest Cider Club will be the Discover Oregon Box. This limited-release of 6 unique, hand-picked cider offerings is available for pre-order until November 22, 2020 with home delivery in mid-December. The Discover Oregon Box will cost $43.00 plus shipping and handling and can be ordered by clicking here.
The Northwest Cider Club offers behind the scenes views of getting to know the Northwest’s vibrant community of innovative and award-winning cidermakers; respected around the world for their eclectic ability to combine art, science, and the region’s high-quality fruit and ingredients to create unique and distinct craft ciders. Released quarterly, each cider box will cost between $50-$60 plus tax shipping and handling. A bit of a hefty price but the club is designed to help support the region’s cidermakers and the trade group.
“There is joy and adventure in craft cider. Now more than ever is the time to explore and share new flavors, while supporting Northwest cidermakers and farmers,” said Emily Ritchie, Executive Director of NWCA, in a statement.
Here’s a look at what will be included in the Discover Oregon Box.
Discover Oregon Box:
- 2 Towns Ciderhouse – Corvallis, OR
10th Anniversary: Pacific Northwest Heirloom Blend Cider 5.7% abv (500ml)
- Double Mountain Brewery & Cidery – Hood River, OR
Estate Heirloom Cider 7% abv (500ml)
- La Familia Cider Company – Salem, OR
Guayaba Guava Cider 5.2% abv (12oz)
- Peak Light Cider – Portland, OR
Field Run Semi-Dry Cider 6% abv (500ml)
- Reveille Ciderworks – Astoria, OR
Serious Black: Farmhouse-Style Apricot Black Tea Cider 5.7% abv (500ml)
- Salt Creek Cider House – Dallas, OR
Rebel Cider 7% abv (500ml)
The celebration package makes exploring Northwest cider easy. “All you’ll need to go along with the box is a good cheese, a fresh loaf of bread, and your “quaran-team” to share these beautiful libations with. We’re stoked to collaborate with the Northwest Cider Association to work together to celebrate craft cider!” said Aaron Sarnoff-Wood, co-owner of 2 Towns Ciderhouse, in a statement.