Cider for Beer Lovers: Cider + Book Bundle

Cider for Beer Lovers: Cider + Book Bundle

Turning pages + popping bottles! Beth Demmon's newly released Beer Lover's Guide to Cider is a great read for more than just beer lovers, and is an excellent journey through the diverse variety of cider profiles. We've partnered with the author to provide you the perfect mix of ciders to enjoy while reading her book.

The 6-cider pack includes ciders featured in 6 different chapters of Beth's book. The 12-cider pack includes other ciders featured throughout her book, and a couple recent releases that will please cider enthusiasts and beer lovers alike. 

The 6-Pack includes

  • Lassen Traditional Cider's Newtown Pippin (Chapter 1)
  • Eden Specialty Ciders' Tree Beard Hopped Cider (Chapter 2)
  • Two Broads Ciderworks Las Reinas Cider (Chapter 3)
  • Far West Cider's You Guava Be Kidding Me (Chapter 4)
  • Yonder Cider's Sunnyslope (Chapter 5)
  • Dragonshead CIder's Bittersweet Blend (Chapter 8)

The 12-Pack also includes

  • Eden's Heirloom Blend Ice Cider (Chapter 8)
  • Liberty Garratza (Chapter 3)
  • Empyrical Inquiry (PTP Recommendation for Chapter 5 and should remind drinkers of a world class Belgian Triple)
  • Pet Project Golden Russet Single Varietal Cider (PTP Recommendation for Chapter 2, with mildly bitter, tropical forward aromatics and flavors that should appeal to modern IPA drinkers)
  • Little Pomona Table Cider (PTP Recommendation for Chapter 3, one any fan of Lambic or Gueuze style beers will surely enjoy)
  • Bauman's Cider's Kingston Black (PTP Recommendation, a cider with soft, pillowy phenolic aromatics and a slight sweetness to it reminiscent of a Bavarian Hef) 

About the Author

Beth Demmon is an award-winning writer, journalist, and author based in San Diego, California. Her work has appeared in outlets such as The Washington Post, Food & Wine, Saveur Magazine, Civil Eats, Good Beer Hunting, San Diego Magazine, PUNCH, and many more. She is a Certified BJCP beer judge, Certified Cider Professional through the American Cider Association, and member of the North American Guild of Beer Writers. Her Substack newsletter Prohibitchin' features a different woman or non-binary person working in beverage alcohol every month, and is free to read and subscribe. The Beer Lover's Guide to Cider: American Ciders for Craft Beer Fans to Explore is her first book. Find out more on bethdemmon.com.

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We do have 1-bottle boxes, but in most all instances it will cost the same to ship you a full 4-bottle box.

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  • We are able to ship cider to most, but not all, states.
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