Introducing: The Woodchuck Cellar Series

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Tucked away in the back corner of our cidery cellar you will find truly rare and unique batches of cider.  Some are fermenting in five-gallon carboys, others bottled and aging, and even more being tweaked and perfected.  The only thing they share in common is the cellar in which they are housed. The cellar is unique glimpse into the future of the cider category.

The recipes crafted here represent some of our most innovative and imaginative creations.  Every cider starts as a blank canvas.  Unique ingredients, yeast strains, and fermentation techniques represent brushstrokes in each work of art.

We are pleased to say… the time has come to reveal the ciders of the Woodchuck Cellar.  These ciders feature the recipes that have spent years in development.

First up: Woodchuck Cellar Series Dry Hop.

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5 steps to packing the perfect cooler

It’s no secret that here in Vermont, we enjoy an ice-cold Woodchuck Cider. We’re still enjoying the remnants of summer here, and with a warm weekend ahead, we’re psyched to get a couple twelve packs of Amber cans (find them near you using our Cider Locator) and head out for some good times. From tailgating at concerts and sports venues to enjoying the outdoors with friends and family, a cold Woodchuck is a welcome treat during the warm summer months.

Over the years we’ve packed up our fair share of coolers, and we’ve picked up some pretty handy tricks and cooler tips to get the most out of our space, making our cider the coldest it can be, and keeping it nice and chilled until we are ready to indulge.

the perfect cooler

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