Today is President’s Day. So why not grab a cider and brush up on your history? Falling between the birthdays of Washington and Lincoln, it now represents the day when you can get a really great deal on a new car. That said, there is something that connects our generation to that of the Founding Fathers: Hard cider. Looking back at some of our earliest Commander-in-Chiefs, it seems that hard cider was the drink of choice! Here are five presidents and their connection to cider:
In 1789, he was unanimously elected into the Presidency by the Electoral College. To rally his loyal supporters before election day he bought them 144 gallons of hard cider.
Today is Beer Can Appreciation Day. Debuting in 1935, the beer can made our bevy of choice available anywhere adventure may call. Canned beer paved the way for canned hard cider, and today, we have even more reason than most to revel in such a day of recognition.
In 2012, after listening to our fans, we introduced 12-ounce cans of our original Amber hard cider. The response was overwhelming! We were ecstatic to see that the cans fit like a glove into our fans’ lifestyles. We’ve continued to listen to the Woodchuck® Community’s requests, and are thrilled to answer the call yet again.
Woodchuck® Cider is excited to announce the release of the Amber 16-ounce cans!
As many people know, or are at least beginning to hear, the cider category is on fire. Here at Woodchuck, we like digging through the numbers… there is no need for tricky marketing spin when you know the numbers. Here are five that we think are pretty cool.