Cascadia Ciderworkers United
Cascadia is crafted in the Pacific Northwest because they grow more apples than anywhere else in the country (cider 101 right here). Cascadia’s team of cider workers uses only Cascadia-grown whole apples, never juice from concentrate or sugars.
About Cascadia ciders: Available in three flavors (cans only), two of which are available year round (Dry and Granny Smith) and a rotating seasonal one.
*NEW* About Cascadia hard seltzers: Cascadia‘s new hard seltzers are made from filtered water from Portland’s Bull Run watershed, apples, locally-grown beet sugar, and natural fruit essence. The seltzers are completely dry, micro-filtered, gluten-free and contain only 100 calories, 1g of sugar and less than 1 carb.