Today, we are exactly 4 months away from what will be a milestone day in Woodchuck history. A landmark day, if you will, measured by 100,000 square feet of a brand new Cidery and booming visitor’s center. August 23rd, 2014 will be the Grand Opening of the NEW Woodchuck Cidery! We’re so excited to tell you all what we have planned!Tweet
We here at Woodchuck® take great pride in crafting the highest quality cider in the land. One of the key parts of that last sentence is “the land”. Without a healthy earth, apples won’t grow, and without apples there is no Woodchuck.
We have worked hard to keep an eye on the environment as we have grown over the last 23 years. We were one of the first to change our packaging to recycled material. We also continue to work on bringing more renewable energy into our power portfolio. We’ll talk more about this as the week goes on, but first we want to let you know about our Woodchuck Earth Week 2014!Tweet
If it’s possible, it just got more “CHILI” here in Vermont. However this time, that’s a good (and by good, we mean DELICIOUS) thing! Woodchuck Cider is excited to be sponsoring the 6th Annual Vermont Chili Festival. Today, March 8th, 2014, Woody will be joining a chili competition between restaurants and caterers from around the state. Beginning at 1:00 PM, downtown Middlebury will close off their busy streets for vendors, a beverage tent, face painting, street performers, live music, and more!Tweet
February 2nd is upon us folks. A day some may get excited to check out if that pesky groundhog will see his shadow. We here at Woodchuck® throw a party regardless of shadows. For us, February 2nd is Woodchuck Day. A day to celebrate all that is right in the world of cider. A growing category and rising popularity paired with a passion for one of America’s original hard ciders.
Wait… what’s that you say? Something else is happening on Sunday, February 2nd? A big football game of some sort? Even better.Tweet
Cider is growing. Fast. It grew 65% in 2012. New cider brands are starting up all the time. Last week in Chicago, a good portion of them came together to learn more about each other at CiderCon 2013. While they were at it, they voted to form a national association. And so it shall be… The United States Association of Cider Makers is now a real thing!
Here at Woodchuck, we couldn’t be more excited. Just like apples in an orchard, there are many varieties of cider makers out there. Bringing all these cider makers together will only serve to grow the category the right way and with the input of all. Continue readingTweet