Wyder's Hard Cider

In the Late 80’s and early 90’s, the Pacific Northwest, USA, saw the first wave of the craft movement in beer and cider. Among those riding that wave was Wyder’s Cider out of Vancouver, Canada. In 1993, the newly US based Wyder’s cider began growing a fan base of the west coast. Wyder’s Pear and Rasberry were two of the first cider varieties to feature a second fruit, and word of their unique taste spread quickly.

Wyder’s has continued steady growth through the years. It was purchased by Vermont Hard Cider Company in 2008 and is now made in Vermont, USA, but the west coast remains its most popular region of the country.

Core Styles

  • Pear: Wyder’s flagship style. A light, crisp cider presents a tangy aroma while offering a distinct pear taste, and ends with a lively mouth feel that tickles the tongue.
  • Raspberry: This cider is light in body and features mouthwatering raspberry notes with a dry and sparkling finish.
  • Reposado: The name given to tequilas aged between two and twelve months in oak barrels. The wood aging smoothes out the tequila while infusing it with subtle oak notes. Wyder’s Reposado Pear Cider is an adventurous tango with the classic blue agave based spirit. Traditional Wyder’s Pear cider infused with smooth subtle oak laden tequila notes. The newest innovation in Wyder’s, launched in 2013.

Wyder's Core Styles

For more information visit: www.wyders.com

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