Portland Cider Releasing Strawberry Cider Summer Seasonal

imageFrom Portland Cider:

PORTLAND, OR . – July 10, 2017 – Strawberry has made its debut in the Portland Cider Company seasonal line of ciders. Delicate and delicious, Strawberry is a blend of Portland Cider Co.’s award-winning Pearfect Perry made with 100% Northwest pears – Bartlett and D’ Anjou specifically – and Oregon strawberries. With its light pink color, fresh strawberry aroma, and 5.4% ABV, Strawberry will quench your thirst and be your go to drink this summer.

Strawberry started as a limited release with the name Straw-Perry, and has joined Portland Cider Co.’s other fan favorites in the brand’s first seasonal bottle lineup. New name, same amazing flavors that had loyal Portland Cider customers blowing through the limited release in record time. Paying homage to the strawberries you can only find in Oregon, Strawberry pairs well with barbecue fare, campfires and summertime water fun.

“This is hands down our most anticipated cider release of the year,” said owner Lynda Parrish. “People are really excited that we’re making more of it this year and putting it in bottles for the first time, mainly because they know they can definitely get their hands on some now! It’s medium sweet, with the perfect amount of tartness from the Oregon strawberries to provide a refreshing drink for hot weather.”

Portland Cider Co. Strawberry is available July through August in 22oz bottles, as well as 1/6 barrel and 1/2 barrel draft kegs. Cider fans can then find Strawberry at select retailers within Portland Cider Co.’s distribution area or at its two taprooms in S.E. Portland and Clackamas. Portland Cider Co. is currently distributed in the states of Oregon, Washington, Colorado, and the Los Angeles area of California.

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