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Blake’s Laborious Cider Publicizes New Imperial-Type Cider, Return of Fall and Fan Favorites – Cider Occasions

 ARMADA, MichiganBlake’s Laborious Cider (BHC), the Midwest’s largest craft cidery marking its tenth anniversary this yr, is doubling down on fall releases with a brand new core laborious cider and the return of previous favorites. The newly launched American Berry Imperial-style laborious cider is made with 100% pressed apples and actual blueberries. This autumn additionally sees a brand new “Throwback Pack” combined 12-pack that mixes the fan favorites of Flannel Mouth, Grizzly Pear, Rosé, and the legendary Black Phillip. All shall be offered all through BHC’s 29-state footprint.

American Berry combines the all-American tastes of apples and blueberries to create a scrumptious patchwork of candy, tart, and dry, balanced to carry the most effective native flavors ahead. It’s an Imperial-style laborious cider with 8% ABV and accessible now in 6-pack and 12-pack cans for $10.99 – $11.99 MSRP.

“American Berry is a celebration of iconic American farm-fresh flavors, delivered with an unmistakable Imperial-style kick,” mentioned Andrew Blake, President and Founder, of Blake’s Laborious Cider. “We’ve heard how a lot our prospects take pleasure in our American Apple, which was our first 8% ABV laborious cider, so we’ve created American Berry as another choice for a daring laborious cider that’s nonetheless a straightforward sipper.”

Search for the return of those seasonal favorites accessible in 6-pack 12 oz cans ($11.99 MSRP):

Caramel Apple (6.5% ABV) from BHC’s Kinder Cider Collection which helps city gardens in partnership with Preserve Rising Detroit, is the traditional fall style of caramel apples in a tough cider type.

Apple Lantern (6.5% ABV) is a roasted pumpkin laborious cider that balances the warming taste of Blakes’ handpicked apples with the richness of pumpkin that tastes like autumn.

Mule de Pomme (6.5% ABV) from BHC’s Bar Cart Collection of ciders impressed by well-known cocktails is a pomegranate, ginger, and lime-infused tackle the standard Moscow Mule. (Out there October 3)

Blake’s Laborious Cider can be combining 4 retired fan favorites in its new Throwback Pack 12-pack:

Rosé (6.9% ABV) – Infused with strawberries and rose hips it’s a rosé, completed the Blake’s Laborious Cider manner.

Flannel Mouth (6.5% ABV) – Made with a wide range of 100% Michigan-grown late-season desk and dessert apples, the traditional Flannel Mouth begins candy and finishes clean.

Grizzly Pear (5% ABV) – The delicate notes of pear and a touch of elderflower result in a pointy apple end.

Black Phillip (6.5% ABV) –This tough cider’s devoted followers hunt down its iconic black can with an ominous horned goat’s head to take pleasure in its daring tastes of cranberry and blood orange.

Blake’s Laborious Cider Throwback Pack is out there now and retails for $20.99 MSRP.

“I do know we’ve acquired some devoted Black Phillip followers who’re going to be very excited by the information of his return in our new Throwback Pack,” mentioned Blake. “Identical to the villain in any good horror film, we hold attempting to lock Black Phillip away and he retains discovering a option to come again.”

About Blake’s Laborious Cider Co.
There’s loads to be pleased about right here at Blake’s as we have fun a decade of farm, fruit, and fermentation. BHC was born from a need to offer adventurous taste seekers a tough cider produced from recent pressed apples and pay homage to our fruit rising roots right here in Armada, Mich. Ten years later, we’re nonetheless crafting eccentric drinks and pushing class boundaries with industry-leading innovation. Sounds advanced, however it’s truly fairly easy: large concepts, a variety of recent fruit, slightly little bit of elbow grease, and passionate followers such as you.



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